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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. Since we’re just as picky as the pros, you’d better believe we’re fans too. This velvety 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 have seriously dry skin and am always up for a good moisturizer. This was a huge disappointment. I hated the consistency - it took forever to absorb and left me feeling like I had a film on my skin, even over my driest patches (like my knees). I couldn't wait to wash it off. To top it off, it smelled awful!1
Not my favorite thing I have tried. Smell didn't do it for me1
I got this sample and read up on it. Apparently it has quite a following but more scientifically minded cosmetic folk say it's an outdated simple formula not worth the price. I have rosacea so I was weary trying it on my skin. It felt a little greasy so I've been using it an eye makeup remover and at that it has been excelling.1
I used this product once daily, and was disappointed to find that I started having an allergic reaction after day three (burning and redness). It felt great until then, but obviously I can't continue using it.1
This was lotion based. I did not care for it much, I like serums more.1
My personal preference for face products is to use as little chemicals as possible. I didn't like the texture of this; felt too unnatural and didn't dissolve into my skin well. Not for me!1
My face moisturizer is the most important part of my daily routine. I've tried TONS of them and I am willing to fork over a lot of cash for a good product. When I saw Embryolisse's moisturizer I was excited to try it not only because it has such a high rating on Birchbox, but also because it's fairly inexpensive. Unfortunately, it just wasn't as good as I had hoped. It was much heavier than the moisturizer I currently use (Ole Henriksen's Vitamin C Oil), and the smell is less than desirable. It might work for people who have very dry skin, but I don't think it's a good bet for everyday use.1
I used it once and threw it out. It irritated my sensitive skin and I did not find it very hydrating. The Miracle is that it the irritation didn't last very long. I think it's not worth the money.1
Although I thought it was cool this doubles up as a make-up remover, I just didn't think it was the best fit for me.1
Didn't care much for thisâ€¦too heavy of a cream, and I don't like the smell1