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For 30 years La Roche-Posay have been working in partnership with dermatologists. The aim is to bring the most efficacious yet highly tolerated products to those with sensitive skin. Whatever your skin concern and whatever your stage in life, La Roche-Posay has a solution – even for those with the most delicate and reactive of skin.

Recommended by dermatologists, our strict formulas are proven to transform the lives of those with even the most reactive skin. in fact, 9/10 dermatologists would recommend La Roche-Posay for sensitive skin*
(*Survey of 249 dermatologists who chose to attend a La Roche-Posay sponsored symposium, july 2016)

Active ingredients and proven efficacy.

The La Roche-Posay skincare range is formulated with cutting-edge active ingredients, and tested by dermatologists under innovative and rigorous testing conditions. our products are proven to improve life with sensitive skin, which is why 9/10 dermatologists would recommend La Roche-Posay for sensitive skin*

Minimalist formulas with La Roche-Posay Spring Water.

We work to keep our formulas as simple as possible, in order to be kind to sensitive skin. where we can, formulas are free from parabens, fragrance, and soap. in addition, all La Roche-Posay products are formulated with La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water at their heart. this naturally mineral-rich water is sourced from a 1,700 year-old spring at the heart of a medieval French village, and valued for its high natural selenium content, a powerful healing antioxidant with neutral PH levels.

To find out more about La Roche-Posay, read their commitment in full: https://www.laroche-posay.co.uk/our-commitment

Общие правила

In order to be connected to the program you are required to have a working website with good performance and a decent amount of traffic, or a proven community on social media. Otherwise, the application will be declined. If you were declined but think you are eligible to work with the program and can showcase your business model, please drop us an email at d.bogdanovych@admitad.com so that we can discuss it further.

Advertising Rules
 
1. UK Code of Non-broadcast Advertising, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing (CAP Code)
 
including but not limited to: (i) the UK Code of Non-broadcast Advertising, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing (the “CAP Code”); (ii) guidance and advice from the Committee of Advertising Practice and the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice; and (iii) adjudications by the Advertising Standards Authority (the “ASA”) (cumulatively known as the “Advertising Rules”):
 
Rules 2.1, 2.3 and 2.4 of the CAP Code and CAP’s Helpnote on Video Blogs: Scenarios require in particular that marketing communications must be obviously identifiable as such in order to not mislead consumers. The Publisher must disclose his/her relationship with L’Oréal when participating in or in connection with the Affiliate Program, by prominently including mentions such as #ad or #ad feature or #advertorial in all blogs/posts/website posts or statements before a consumer engages with them; and
 
Rule 3.1 of the CAP Code requires that marketing communications must not materially mislead or be likely to do so.
 
2. Competition & Markets Authority 
 
including but not limited to the Report on Online Reviews and Endorsements dated 19 June 2015 which requires that bloggers and online publications should ensure that any content published on their sites for which payment has been received (whether financial or otherwise) is clearly identifiable to readers/viewers as paid-for content.
 
3. Internet Advertising Bureau Guidelines
 
including but not limited to:
 
The Publisher shall disclose that he/she has received payment from L'Oréal in the body of their website/blog/social media posts or statements in connection with the Affiliate Program, in a way which is clear and transparent to the reader.
 
4. Content Standards
 
4.1        All Publisher’s website/blog/social media posts or statements in connection with the Affiliate Program must:
 
4.1.1      Be accurate (where they state facts);
 
4.1.2      Be genuinely held (where they state opinions); and
 
4.1.3      Comply with applicable law in the UK and Ireland and in any other country from which they may be posted.
 
4.2        The Publisher’s website/blog/social media posts or statements in connection with the Affiliate Program must not:
 
4.2.1      Contain any material which is defamatory of any person;
 
4.2.2      Contain any material which is obscene, offensive, hateful or inflammatory;
 
4.2.3      Promote sexually explicit material;
 
4.2.4      Promote violence;
 
4.2.5      Promote discrimination based on race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age;
 
4.2.6      Infringe any copyright, database right or trade mark of any other person;
 
4.2.7      Be likely to deceive any person;
 
4.2.8      Be made in breach of any legal duty owed to a third party, such as a contractual duty or a duty of confidence;
 
4.2.9      Promote any illegal activity;
 
4.2.10    Be threatening, abuse or invade another’s privacy, or cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety;
 
4.2.11    Be likely to harass, upset, embarrass, alarm or annoy any other person;
 
4.2.12    Be used to impersonate any person, or to misrepresent the Consultant's identity or affiliation with any person;
 
4.2.13    Give the impression that they emanate from L’Oréal;
 
4.2.14    Advocate, promote or assist any unlawful act such as (by way of example only) copyright infringement or computer misuse; and
 
4.2.15    Make any claim about any L’Oréal products or their benefits which have not been objectively substantiated, nor make any exaggerations about any L’Oréal products or their benefits.
 
5. Scientific Standards
 
Section 1:
 
The Publisher’s website/blog/social media posts or statements in connection with the Affiliate Program must not make any claim about any L’Oréal products or their benefits which have not been objectively substantiated, nor make any exaggerations about any L’Oréal products or their benefits.
 
As such, please find below examples of the types of claims that would not be considered acceptable for any sponsored content about any L’Oréal products, including but not limited to the following:
 
Non-cosmetic claims:
 

  1. Medical claims:

The product(s) cannot:

  • Treat/Heal
  • Cure
  • Prevent
  • Repair
  • Regulate
  • Correct

The product(s) cannot provide:

  • An anti-inflammatory action
  • Anti-bacterial/Anti-fungal properties
  • A deep action in the skin
  1. Medical conditions/symptoms:

The product(s) cannot have an action on any medical conditions/symptoms:

  • Acne/spots/red spots/white spots
  • Eczema/Dermatitis/Psoriasis
  • Puffiness (Oedema)
  • Redness (Rosacea)
  • Dark circles
  • Pigmentation
  • Scars
  • Burns/Sunburn/Cancer
  • Burning/Stinging/Swelling
  • Hair loss
  • Slimming/body contouring

 
 
Non-established cosmetic claims
The product(s) cannot be described as “revolutionary”, “breakthrough”, “ground-breaking” or “game changing”.
 
 
Denigratory claims:
The Publisher’s website/blog/social media posts or statements in connection with the Affiliate Program must not contain any material which is defamatory of any person, object or competitor product.
 
Cumulative claims:
The product benefits cannot improve over extended and persistent use. Therefore the product benefits should be assessed over the course of one day. References can however be made to the time period where the product has been used daily for example “I have used the product this whole week”.  The benefits cannot improve over time - benefits seen on day 1 versus day 7.  For example “after 1 week, my skin/hair looks…”
 
The only acceptable time-related claims are:
- Lasts x hours (8, 12, 24, 48 etc. depending on product performance)
- Lasts all day
 
Recommendations outside the standard usage instructions of the product:
The product cannot be recommended to be applied or used outside of the usage instructions provided on the packaging of the product.
 
 
Section 2:
 
All Publisher’s website/blog/social media posts or statements in connection with the Affiliate Program must be accurate (where they state facts) and be genuinely held (where they state opinions).
 
For commonly accepted concerns that the product can target, the claims must be qualified with words such as “looks/feels” to clearly explain that the benefits are temporary/superficial actions that can be seen and felt. Please find a non-exhaustive list of examples in the table below:

 
Non-acceptable claim

 
Acceptable claim

Blemishes are goneBlemishes look/appear reducedImperfections are reducedImperfections look reducedPores are smallerPores look/appear minimised/reducedPores have disappearedPores look as if they’ve disappearedSkin is smootherSkin looks smootherSkin is softer/supplerSkin feels softer/supplerSkin texture is refinedSkin texture looks refinedSkin is clearerSkin looks clearerSkin tone is more evenSkin tone looks more evenShine/oil/grease is goneShine looks reduced/shine has disappearedBlackheads have vanishedBlackheads look reducedHair is thickerHair looks thickerHair is strongerHair feels strongerSplit ends disappearSplit ends look sealedNatural/healthy glowNatural/healthy looking glow


Ingredient claims:
It is not permissible to link a product result to a specific ingredient within the product.  The product results must be due to the formula as a whole.  Please find a non-exhaustive list of examples in the table below:

 
Non-acceptable claim

 
Acceptable claim

Shampoo contains aloe vera to soothe the feel of the scalp.Shampoo contains aloe vera and it soothes the feel of the scalp.
 
The shampoo, enriched with/containing aloe vera, soothes the feel of the scalp.The cream contains retinol which is known to reduce the appearance of wrinklesThe cream contains retinol and it reduces the appearance of wrinkles
 
The cream, containing retinol, reduces the appearance of wrinkles
 
The only specific ingredients which can be linked to product results are:

  • Glycerin can be linked to skin hydration
  • Pigments in makeup can be linked to coverage
  • Salicylic acid can be linked to exfoliation
  • Silica or other mattifying agents can be linked to matte effect/sebum absorption.

 
Superiority/favourite/preferred claims:
All Publisher’s website/blog/social media posts or statements in connection with the Affiliate Program must be genuinely held (where they state opinions). Any best in class claims must be stated as an opinion (genuinely held), for example “the best product I have used” or “In my opinion, this is the best product for x, y, z”.  Specific product results cannot be compared to other products; for example “my hair is cleaner when I use this shampoo than when I use competitor x’s shampoo”.

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