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Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, the 18th-century equivalent of celebrity super chef Mario Batali, famously nicknamed truffles, “black diamonds.” Today, the world’s most expensive fungi plays a staring role in this wrinkle-fighting serum. The fast-acting formula sinks into thirsty skin to immediately alleviate dryness, while active ingredients work over time to soften fine lines and wrinkles.
I received this sample after purchasing Estée Lauder's Advanced Night Repair Serum. This product costs ten dollars more than Estée Lauder, while doing a fraction of the work. I didn't notice any difference after using it. Save your money
i didn't notice anything special about this serum. I have a few fine lines on my forehead and I didn't notice any difference after using the sample. Maybe I needed more to notice a difference but not worth buying1
I don't care if truffles are expensive. I can't get over the thought of putting fungus on my face. Not for me.1
This serum is not for me. I hated the fragrance because it smells like suntan lotion. It stings my skin and I didn't see any difference. The truffle ingredient is overrated hype.1
I didn't care for the scent of this product, not how thin it was. It was milky in texture, so it was watery and dried way too quickly.
There's no way I would pay for this product.
I cannot attest to the effectiveness of this product because the scent was simply too strong for me to continue using it past the first use. I don't mind a little scent but this one was overpowering for me. :(1
This product made my skin break out and it's so expensive. I don't know how effective it is because I had to stop using it.1
I tried the serum and it was like water. Did not feel soft at all & my skin was dry from it. Also when I opened the tube it was mostly air, not much product in it so I'm not sure if I got a very fresh sample.1
I prefer natural and organic skin care lines. The smell was unpleasant1
This product is not for me considering I do not have wrinkles.1