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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 were 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?
I don't like this brand at all everything I have ever tried from them broke me out badly!1
I didn't find this product moisturizing at all. i used it on my face and it broke me out so bad i would not recommend this product for acne prone skin.1
First off what a joke of a sample size to even really determine if something works for you. If this were something I was really curious about trying I'd be very unhappy.
Second, this just didn't pertain to me at all. I will not use anything with chemicals as part of my skin care cleaning routine. I prefer natural products for cleansing and moisturizing my face.
Upscale and lower scale brands are all getting it. Make with the high quality organics. This junk should never go on face skin, and I feel badly for trying it on my heels. Liquid paraffin and propylene glycol have no place on the body's biggest organ. I know everyone isn't as concerned about this, but it totally makes a product unsalable to my peer group.1
I read the reviews prior to reciveing this sample and thought may be nice heavier face cream for the winter months when my skin needs a little extra help. Sadly, this felt like an oil slick after a few hours of wear and made me break out a little.1
this sample was so tiny it was laughable. typical face moisturizer. nothing special. don't waste your money1
Not moisturizing. As far as I can tell this is just a liquidy vaseline with an unappealing scent.1
This cream makes my skin legit glow. I love the way it feels and smells. The biggest thing holding me back from purchasing and using regularly is that the product includes mineral oil. I'm concerned this will make me break out with the big, deep scary pimples like Ponds cold cream did. I wish this was oil-free! I'm using Cerave now and it's been great. I do love this cream - tough choices!1
i received the sample of this awhile ago, and was really pumped to try it since I have heard so many good things. I used it first as a moisturizer before bed, and then before makeup the next day. By that night I had dry patches on my cheeks and under my eyes. I was mortified. Something about this product made my skin flair up. I have sensitive oily/acne prone skin. Since so many people seem to like it, I would at least give the sample a try, but be weary.1
I don't find this effective and not worth the price. Would not purchase again1