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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. 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?
Like all moisturizers, I do not use this one. I have very oily skin so moisturizers just exacerbate that problem, regardless of whether they're 'oil free' or 'matte' or any other descriptor.1
Second ingredient is mineral oil. Ewww. I will not be putting that on my face. To be fair I tried a bit before taking it off and it was greasy and nasty. NO thanks1
I was, at first, excited about this product, but not a fan of the ingredients.1
Mineral oil is a main ingredient and I'm not trying to clog my pores. Not a fan. I tried a tiny amount and my skin felt so tacky and dull. My makeup went on tacky, too. Love french products, but this is cheap french skin care1
Way to greasy for my skin, and the mineral oil is a HUGE deal breaker for me. That's like begging for a break out of epic proportions.
This is the absolute worst cream I've ever used. It made my face feel so dirty, I literally had to scrub my face after I applied it. It's super thick and does not absorb into the skin at all. It's way too heavy. I don't even know how its on the market.1
Didn't like how it made my skin feel at all, I don't like the packaging1
I love these products it's amazing im used every time1
This felt really suffocating to my skin when I used it as a moisturizer. If you're prone to acne, this is probably not the product for you.1
I didn't feel like this did anything my 2 dollar Vaseline intensive care lotion would do. No difference in feeling on skin. I want some magic.1