La Roche Posay, the number one dermatologist-recommended skincare brand worldwide, recently invited a delegation of Nigerian consultant dermatologists to its renowned Thermal Center in Paris, France.
The visit marked a Nigerian delegation’s first exploration of the centre.
The delegation was led by seasoned beauty business leader, Beatrice Eneh, the representative of La Roche Posay in Nigeria.
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On the trip, the delegation had an immersive experience of the Thermal Center in La Roche-Posay, France, where they learnt all about the historic thermal water and its healing properties. They also experienced the wellness centre and spa, after which they were invited to the L’Oreal office for an in-depth training session on the brand’s products.
The delegation also visited the Musée des Moulages, where they learnt about the history of French skin treatments.
In a statement posted by Beatrice Eneh on Linkedin, she said: “Our time in Paris was a true immersion in knowledge. Witnessing the magic that unfolds when dermatology, neuroscience and technology converge to bring about profound transformations in the lives of individuals was awe-inspiring.
“As we return to Nigeria, we carry with us a renewed passion and commitment to elevate dermatological practices in our country.”
La Roche Posay is officially in Nigeria and its range of products can be purchased in major pharmaceutical stores, including MedPlus, Health Plus, and Nett Pharmacy, or Nectar Beauty Stores online and nationwide.