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Take a peek in any makeup artists kit and you'll spy a well-loved tube of Embryolisse's cult Lait-Crème Concentre. Since we're just as picky as the pros, you'd better believe we're fans too. 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?
Too greasy, didn't like this. Feel like much better alternatives out there.1
not sure what this was even for, but I hated it. it made me break out.1
I have very dry aging skin and this stuff at first application felt great but it broke me out. My mom is a skin consultant and always said that can happen and if it's mild breakout keep up with the product until the sample runs out. I couldn't they got worse. not good for my complexion anyway.
I could not wash it off my hands it was like baby oil. Way too greasy as a face moisturizer.1
this product is too greasy for what I like on my skin. I like a good moisturizer but it needs to be light, this is too heavy for my liking.1
I wanted to like this because it was very rich and moisturizing but then I looked at the ingredients. Very disappointed to see it contains parabens.1
I wanted to like this product but the ingredients include mineral oil (paraffin liquid) .This does not work well for my skin as this moisturizer is greasy and clogs pores.1
I didn't like this cream...it just wasn't for me. The smell, the fact that it was mineral oil, and it definitely wasn't as versatile as it claims.1
My sister and I both have sensitive skin. We both tried it and within hours had breakouts and a rashy looking redness on the skin. I would not suggest using this if you have sensitive skin!1
This product was very heavy and greasy. Only used it once and threw it away. I think the reason it serves so well as a makeup remover is because it has that thick oily consistency.1