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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?
I loved the feel of the product and it was flawless under my makeup. Kept my skin smooth and soft. I have very sensitive skin and made it tingle a little. It calmed quickly though.3
This has a nice consistency and a light, unobtrusive scent, but since I am fair skinned I can't justify using a daytime moisturizer without SPF.3
feels good on my face, but the sample is too small to see if it does anything long lasting. I wouln't buy it based on the size of the sample3
I'm pretty sure I get the same results from $3 moisturizer from the drug store. Not much to say here. It's a fine lotion but nothing special in my opinion.3
I opened it later in the evening and was a bit confused as to the large paper inside and was trying to find a label as I am a label reader. So I put a bit on my face anyway, It felt nice sure…used it one night. I thought to come here as after I see it on the side of the box…on both sides are ingredients…if only it had the shea butter, beeswax, soy proteins… paraben free is nice, yet propylene glycol may be worse than mineral oil. It is used to force the water (main ingredient and oils together). it negates the positives, though one may not feel it at first. Propylene glycol is in just about everything. not all as I find many things here..MANY that are fine. I pass by one for what is on label, if says call…I am not gonna do that, cause I know the list is a novel. I read labels and saw it in everything, asked a pharmacist, got a short answer was not too keen on. My reaction, don't sound so nice. I finally looked it up tonight got all the details, now I know. Best thing is, I noticed many upscale brands are changing composition. Sort of moving on and adding ingredients more beneficial for us, this the environment. I see a few things in this line I would purchase, visited their website, I notice some finer ingredients. Expensive however. Am I allowed to share this? I mean it's true so…I be shocked if it is posted. Well, no matter plenty other things here for me, just the way it is.3
I know this is a hugely popular moisturizer, but it's just too much for my skin. I have oily skin, though frequently dehydrated, and my face was a shiny mess almost immediately. It never actually absorbed, it just sat on my face.3
I have nothing bad to say. Typical moisturizer. I really liked the consistency.3
This was a very basic, non scented moisturizer. I didn't see any amazing results after sampling it but it is nice and lightweight. I didn't like how my makeup went on overtop of it. I like the idea of a multi use product but I don't think this one is for me.3
product is good but could definitely be improved. hate the texture and color. leaves stickiness but dries eventually. overall its okay3
I have sensitive combination skin and I like the product. It is thick, but doesn't feel greasy. Instead it feels creamy and silky. I'd read where others prefer to use it as a night cream but I use it both at night and under makeup. However, I was hoping it would help a bit more with my winter time dry skin, but I'm still getting dry patches using this twice a day.3