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Take a peek in nearly any makeup artists kit and you'll spy a well-loved tube of Embryolisse's cult favorite Lait-Crème Concentré. Since we're just as picky as the pros, you'd better believe we're fans too. This velvety moisturizer gives skin the ultimate silky finish, thanks to generous amounts of soothing shea butter and aloe vera. It's rich without being heavy, and can be used on all skin types. Plus, it doubles as a makeup remover, post-shave soother, and baby cream. Who says beauty isn't practical?
This went straight in the trash after using it just two days. I received this in the skin quencher special box, it is horrible. I have oily, acne prone skin. I used this two nights and my face went from clear to have multiple break outs in areas I normally don't get pimples. My pores are all extremely clogged and huge now. I could scrape the grease off my face it was so bad the morning after putting this on my face. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone unless you have very dry skin and sent woriied about break outs and clogged pores.1
I'm acne prone. I won't even let myself near this product. Too full in mineral oil for me. My pores want to clog just by looking at this product1
At first, my skin seemed soothed and somewhat moisturized after using this product, though annoyingly greasy for longer than convenient. But I found that even after just a handful of hours, I would wash my hands and the skin would be drier than ever. The effect of this product is not at all long-lasting, it is not true moisturization, just a temporary, surficial effect. The smell is inoffensive and the texture is fine, but it just doesn't do what a moisturizer should do.1
The Embryolisse cream was kind of a disappointment, especially considering its reputation. It made my face feel oilier and it didn’t feel like it completely absorbed into my face, either. I could definitely feel this *layer* of something on my skin. 1/51
I did not like the consistency of this product. I felt like it left a greasy film on my skin when i used it as a moisturizer. I have yet to try it as a make up remover but i am wary about breaking out from the oily residue it leaves behind. Might be better for someone with a very dry skin type-i have more of a combo skin type1
I was excited to find this in my birchbox this month. However, I am quite disappointed with it. It was very light almost watery, not good for my winter dry skin. Also, the big claim that is can be used as more than just a moisturizer... any moisturizer can be used as a make-up remover ..1
After reading the reviews, I'm guessing that I just got a bad batch or something. The creme burned my eyes, hands, and face. It felt like someone put hot coals on my forehead. I'm glad no one else had this reaction. Personally, I want to give it no stars, but I had to give it at least one.1
Parraffinum Liquidum is a fancy word for Mineral Oil! Mineral oil is awful for the skin as it is like putting plastic on your skin and it will not "breath" at all. Mineral oil (Paraffinum Liquidum) is the 2nd Ingredient.
This product sounds wonderful, but I am allergic to dairy and so I cannot use it. I tried a little patch test and it irritated my skin :( At least I got to sample it.1
When I first received the sample of this product, I wasn't quite sure what it was, was it a hand cream sample? a face moisturizer? some sort of medicine? What? Not the mention the official prescription looking paper it came with. When I finally realized it was a moisturizer, I got online to read some reviews, and lo and behold, one of the first ingredients is paraffinum liquidium (a fancy name for mineral oil). Needless to say, I will not be using this product as mineral oil is pore clogging doesn't allow your skin to breathe. I find it quite disconcerting that the ingredients were not listed on the packaging. I'm so glad I checked and found out the ingredient before putting this on my sensitive skin!1