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Take a peek in any makeup artist's kit and you'll spy a well-loved tube of Embryolisse's cult Lait-Crème Concentre. This velvety, quick-absorbing moisturizer gives skin the ultimate silky finish, thanks to generous amounts of soothing shea butter and aloe vera. Plus, it doubles as a makeup remover, post-shave soother, and all-over body lotion. Who says beauty isn't practical?
I felt like it clogged my pores. Works as a makeup remover sorta1
It goes on like an oil-based makeup remover and stays there. I only used it twice before I gave up.1
So thick and made me breakout. Hated it and would not order full size.1
First, I didn't like what the product was specified as. It has multiple uses, but not ones that I think one skincare product should do. It's too greasy as a moisturizer, but works well in taking off your make-up. It doesn't smell good and doesn't make the skin look better or healthier after application.1
I read the reviews first, and a lot of them said this product was greasy. Boy, were they right. Also of note, it smells terrible!1
This is not a personal favorite. I found it to be oily and greasy. I gave this away and was highly disappointed in this product.1
I'm a big fan of moisturizers, so I was initially excited to use this product. But upon opening the cap, the moisturizer smelled horrible. Like dead flower water and old lady perfume. I cold not stand the smell so much, I just threw out the sample.1
A little bummed out to receive yet another moisturizer and one that's not even right for my skin. Way too tacky and not right for oily or acne prone skin.1
I don't think this product was anything special for the price1
this product definietly tries to do too much and I don't think it works as well for all these different things. I guess if you were traveling and couldn't bring a lot with you then take this... but I would rather have 5 different things that work well instead of just one thing that does five things okay1