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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?
This product was too greasy for my skin. My makeup wiped off because of it.2
The application goes on very smooth due to being made with mineral oil. The product does not feel heavy but it left my skin feeling greasy.2
I am not a fan of this product. The lotion is oily and ineffective. It claims to be a miracle product. I don't see it. I would not purchase the product.2
I'm not a big fan of this product it seems very oily after application on my skin. There was no way to apply makeup over this moisturizer!2
I didn't know what to do with this product from the packaging alone until I read the sample card in my Birchbox. When I used this as a moisturizer, I found it a bit greasy and was not impressed.2
This made me look like I had just got done sitting in a sauna all day. I even tried to blot my face after applying and it was still clear that it made my face too oily and eventually even broke out my forehead. I'm not sure what they mean they say it's multipurpose because I couldn't see this product being used for any of the purposes it speaks of.2
It was too heavy on me, mid-day I was an oil slick2
this product seems unnesecary to me. I already have tons of facial moisturizers and I did not find anything special about this one.2
Tried once as under foundation moisturizer. Was curious as to ingredients as I am prone to break-outs. The package label lists paraffinum liquidum as the 2nd ingredient (after water); that ingredient is simply mineral oil, which can clog pores. The packaging says dermatologist tested, but it is NOT Non comedogenic, which would be desirable if you want to avoid break-outs2
When a product claims to be 85 products in one, it's usually bogus and is/was for this makeup remover/primer(what?)/cream/lotion. Oily and will clog your pores. It's basically an identity crisis in a tube2