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Miss Danger

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Science meets beauty - NASA style!

As the story goes, this nifty little product was invented by a NASA scientist as a treatment for his chemical burn scars. The special ingredient being fermented sea algae. Does it work wonders as promoted? Well actually it does!
This cream came with special application instructions of warming it first in your hands and applying by pressing into the skin, it's texture is thick and creamy and it has a strong, clean, soap-like fragrance. It absorbed nicely with just a hint of residue that I found to be a really nice base for makeup.
The first day using this cream my skin felt extra soft and completely hydrated, after a week I noticed more even skin tone and got several comments that I was 'glowing' I also noticed that with continued use my breakouts were reduced and cleared faster, the sensitive areas around my nose were no longer red and overall texture and appearance of my skin was greatly improved. I was so impressed that I went on to invest in the eye cream.
The product packaging is very simple and no frills, no fancy silver paper or elaborate box - all the magic is inside the jar. Comes at a price but when compared to other high end skin creams it's not excessively overpriced, and you do get visible results for your money.
All in all, I would have to say this is an indulgent treat that makes your skin look and feel amazing, a polished result from a plainly packaged cream.

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Parisienne Chic

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LUX BEYOND WORDS....BUT IS IT WORTH THE PRICETAG ???

I have had two jars of this in my life,and had to earn them both (once when i went OS and got it cheaper duty free in Europe and once when i passed a major exam for my career and gained some more letters after my name..after a hell of a long time and massive migraines from study and putting forward medical findings,i reckoned i had more than earn't it).I was expecting nothing short of miracles to be honest...and i was sorely disappointed.Yes,it feels luxurious,yes,it leaves your skin lushly soft,yes moisture levels are increased and yes,the jar is one damn impressive sight on my dresser...but it is comparable to many other creams you can buy from the supermarket (Nivea cream,Palmer's Cocoa butter cream,and a few L'oreal creams) at less than a tenth of the cost of La Mer.Yes,i know the whole story of how La Mer came to be (a scientist suffered chemical burns and discovered this by accident after he found the products he was trialling fixed his burns and erradicated scaring ) and that the science,the hand made/hand poured regime to manufacture this, the fact that it takes months for this to be produced,plus the lux feeling jar (it's not "pretty" per se, just heavy weighted) is what brings the cost to what we know,but seriously,i did not notice anything i wouldn't get with many other skin creams.The texture is lusher than lush,but if rich is not something you like,then you'll feel suffocated under the weight of this (the gel formula may be more you).With that in mind,this would be a more night time / winter weight product for all but the driest of skins.So,in short,yes i like this cream,but seriously,if you aren't rolling in cash (or just earn't a degree) save the cash and get a jar of Palmers.

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Angela398

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Magic

I have used this cream for a number of years but currently am using something else due to its hefty price tag.

I love love love this moisturiser and have purchased it in 30ml and 60ml jars. The jar itself is a ceramic/glassy kind of jar and the cream comes with a tiny spoon.

I never used the spoon, preferring to use clean fingers. The texture of the cream is very much like Nivea cream, the one that comes in the blue tin. It even smells quite similar.

I take a pea sized piece and warm it up between my fingers before spreading on the face. It feels thick, but I love thick creams.

There has been a lot of controversy about this cream and its price but I'm a firm believer it's worth every penny.

Skin becomes dewy and soft and for some strange reason, it just makes my skin glow.

I would give it 5 stars if it wasn't for the HUGE price for skin cream. If I had lots and lots of money, this would be the only cream I would purchase.

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Ashleigh91

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Hydrating, healing - best cream for winter

This cream is expensive but the quality is amazing. I use it at night in summer and as a day and night cream in winter as it is very thick and moisturising. I find my skin condition improves noticably even after a few days. It looks healthy and soft, feels good, redness and irritation disappears and my skin is left glowing. Has a nice mild scent and the texture is pleasant too, and a little goes a long way with this

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Tara163

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Saviour for dry months

This heals my dry skin which is exacerbated by seasonal changes. I rotate this with my other moisturisers, depending on how my skin feels. It has a light perfume which is very pleasant.

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Candyfairy

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4 Stars. Only because of the price! Ekk!

I was lucky enough to receive a small sample pot of this a little while ago and although I wouldn't fork out the $250/$440 for it, it was a very nice cream that I felt hydrated my skin well. I used it on my face as a night cream and my skin visibly looked much nicer in the morning and I found that it worked best around my eye area as a eye cream. After about a week it seemed to have made a good difference to my fine lines around my eyes. I also made use of this little wonder cream by using it on my knees, hands and feet to see how well it hydrated my dry spots. It did the job very nicely and it felt especially soothing and relaxing on my feet. Not to mention had them smelling gorgeous which is always nice, especially after having your feet stuffed in shoes all day. Overall, I wouldn't purchase this cream, only because its way out of my price range, but if you can afford it, I would highly recommend it because it is just divine, can be used on other parts of your body in my experience/opinion and smells really nice, kinda like that smell you get after you've spent time at a day spa. :)

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RetroD11

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Good things come in small packages!

You fork out a ton of money and you receive this tiny little container of what looks like ordinary moisturising cream. This product has actually worked miracles for me. I religiously apply this to my pimple scars. Over months, the dark spots fade away. It really renews the skin, smoothing and hydrating it. I don't use it as a regular moisturiser because it's too expensive. I was lucky that my mum gave me one so it costed me nothing. If I had a lot of money to spare, I would not hesitate to purchase this product again. It works but at a cost!

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Oh so soft

I love La Mer. All their products are worth the price. However, I do find that this cream is too heavy for me and gave me some pimples. I have stopped and switched to the gel version which I am loving at the moment.

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Evanescencessy

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Agree - overated

My sister purchased this creme and was generous enough to give me some to trial. This white cream is quite thick in consistency and great in that it can be used on the delicate eye area. I generally prefer lighter lotions or creams which are moistersing enough for my normal skin so did find this a bit too rich and just a tad greasy. Consequently I mainly used this as an eye cream which is nice and moisterising, but therefore can't comment on how effective this is for fine lines/wrinkles/pores (and because I don't have many). I have also heard that this cream might cause breakouts for some people due to its rich consistency (it did for my sister even though she has dry skin) so it might not be for everyone. I believe it would be most suited to those with normal to dry/very dry skin as well as mature skin. Also, this cream might work better if it isn't used daily and perhaps during the colder winter months when the skin is more dehydrated. For the expensive price, if it can't be used daily without causing breakouts, I don't recommend splurging your money on this cream.

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Princess Per...

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Creme de la Creme

This is really quite a thick cream but it's also very hydrating for my super dry skin. It has a nice powdery sort of smell which is very mild and pleasant. I did have a small breakout a few days after use due to the richness of the cream but that settled down and my skin is looking really great and feels really soft. Expensive but a quality product.

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