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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.
It was surprisingly liquidy but smelled nice like palm oil. I used it on my hands and they seemed less dry, so it worked well as an oil of sorts.4
I love the smell of this cream. It smells of coconuts and the lotion is great. Defenitly a great buy5
This face serum worked really nicely on my dry winter skin. The price is a bit high for my budget, but the serum is super nice.4
I like the feel of the product on my skin. You do not feel like you are applying to much to your skin in combination with your moisturizer. Its nice and light. I haven't seen a significant difference yet, but I would consider buying a larger bottle.4
This product smells really good. I really like it but it is so expensive and and I didnt see a difference.4
This smells awesome. Like coconuts and kind of beachy. Nice feel when you put it on.4
I used it every day until it ran out. Feels nice, but didn't see any visual improvement.3
This serum is great but the price is not. I have a serum that I use that works wonderfully and is half the price of this fancy schmancy truffle stuff. If I ever hit the lotto I will definitely buy the full size of this though.3
Absorbs well and has a nice scent. Not sure of any effects over time, but helps to moisturize well.4
This is pretty effective, but I've had the same results with products that are half the price. I may have considered purchasing, but at this price point I would expect both better results, and better packaging.3