La Roche-Posay reveals how lockdown has impacted skin health and influenced its NPD

By Julia Wray | Published: 18-Dec-2020

Hygiene-conscious consumers require skin care that respects the microbiome, explains Gizela Lascelles

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<i>Gizela Lascelles</i>

Gizela Lascelles

L’Oréal-owned La Roche-Posay is the bestselling dermocosmetic brand in the world, offering a range of daily skin care developed with dermatologists for every skin type.

Started from Europe’s leading centre of thermal dermatology, La Roche-Posay develops formulas containing selenium-rich water, otherwise known as Thermal Spring Water, which have been used at the brand’s centre since 1905 thanks to its antioxidant and soothing properties.

Gizela Lascelles is UK Brand Business leader at La Roche-Posay. She tells Cosmetics Business how the coronavirus lockdown has influenced the kinds of products that La Roche-Posay is developing.

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