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Take a peek in any makeup artists kit and youll 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?
This is probably the worst moisturizers I have ever tried. It felt horribly greasy on my face (almost like I hadn't washed it in 3-4 days). Even though winter can dry out my skin, this stuff is truly repulsive and overkill on the moisturizing properties...1
The cream was very greasy. It left me feeling oily.1
I didn't like this lotion, as it was extremely oily and left my skin with a film like feeling.1
I don't see the appeal in this product. It's just a facial cream.1
Within two days of trying this, my nose was covered in white heads! I could see this working for someone with dry skin, but unfortunately for combination or oily it's no good.1
I've tried some other products that were better. This one didn't really do it for me.1
My face felt soft after I put it on, but I woke up in the morning with a fresh batch of zits. Not cool.1
OKAY SAMPLE, I DON'T USE THIS TYPE OF PRODUCT THOUGH SO IT WAS KIND OF A WASTE OF A GOOD SAMPLE.1
I recieved a sample of Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré (24-Hour Miracle Cream) in my December box. When I applied it, I was pleased with the pleasant smell as well as the light feel and how well it spread. However, after I had it on for a little while I started to notice small, red splotches on my face that weren't there before. I wore it anyway and they went away for the most part by the end of the day. I waited a day inbetween using it for the first time and the second time I tried it and the splotches came back. I believe I must have a mild allergy to something in the product so it's just not going to work for me but it's a nice one and probably would be great for others.1
This product contains stearic acid and TEA, both of which give me cystic acne. I'm not the only one. A lot of women are sensitive to these ingredients as well as fatty alcohols, and companies should take note. I'm using it as a hand cream and it works well for that, but the pricing is that of a facial moisturizer. Nevertheless, the formulation and ingredients fall short of "high-end."1