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La Mer Creme de La Mer The Moisturizing Cream 30ml/1oz

by La Mer

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  • La Mer Creme de La Mer The Moisturizing Cream 30ml/1oz
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  • Type: Cream
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Important Information

Ingredients
Vitamin A,Vitamin C,Vitamin E

Product Description

Size: 1 oz

Buy La Mer Face Moisturizers - La Mer Creme de La Mer The Moisturizing Cream 30ml/1oz

Product Details

Size: 1 oz
  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 3.1 x 2.9 inches ; 1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0013V1TLE
  • UPC: 036433237010 747930000020
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,041 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

What you get is the jar.
Henry R. Skillern
I won't purchase from this retailer again.
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And the results are definitely worth it!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

241 of 259 people found the following review helpful By Those Darn Donkeys! on May 6, 2005
Size Name: 1 oz
La Mer should, at least initially, be purchased from a trained salesperson. There is alot of fol-de-rol with this line, and you will need assistance selecting the right product and coaching in how to use it.

If you buy it from a large enough retailer of the product (Nordstrom at South Coast Plaza, for example), you will be invited to special workshops. And any retail sales person will put you on their list and call you when there are gifts-with-purchase.

I use this line, but I also use others. My only qualm with this one is that the Creme is made with mineral oil, which I personally find is not helpful to skin. (Think about it, it's a petroleum product.) This is one reason it must be "liquified" in the palm of your hand. And not a little, a lot.

You have to be willing to suspend your disbelief and accept the product's "miracle" properties that cannot be described by science. For the analytical person, there will be greater faith in lines that are continually researching, advancing their science, and doing clinical studies. For general, versus "targeted" skin care, this is a very good line.

This line requires patience and practice. If you are a slap-dash person or someone who has to rush out the door in the morning, this is probably not the line for you.

This line is geared to Women and Men of a Certain Age (and with a certain pocketbook) and more youthful skins may find other skin care products more to their needs.
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100 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Cathy on December 8, 2012
Size Name: 2 oz Verified Purchase
This was NOT creme la mer! I have been using it for many years, always purchasing it at a store. This product came out of the box and the creme was a different consistency and had an odor. The jar was the same, it must have been filled with something else. I returned the product and Amazon refunded me immediately.
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83 of 92 people found the following review helpful By CMCM on May 3, 2013
Size Name: 1 oz
In years past, I tried this Creme de la Mer, largely because of all the hype on it. I hoped I wouldn't like it, but I actually did. The price is truly ridiculous, but a few years back I got a couple of one-ounce jars for a hundred ten at the time, and once I had a two-ounce jar that was a savings over two of the one ounce sizes, but due to price and the economy, I haven't bought one for a few years. I was shocked to see the current price!

Now I've always been a bit suspicious that while I liked this cream, it had a huge amount of "myth" built up around it, celebrities buy it and tout its wonders, and the magazines are always praising it. It has a "magic broth" made from special seaweed. Oh, really? Well, look at virtually every cream, especially the department store brands, and they fall all over themselves to continually introduce a "new and better and more magical" concoction, usually featuring some herb, vitamin, or whatever. There have been critiques of very respected people such as Paula Begoun stating that this is actually a pretty old fashioned formulation with nothing especially magical about it, and no, that seaweed broth isn't any more mystical and magical than anthing else out there. It is sold for a very very high cost that people are convinced to pay as a result of buying into all the marketing hype.

Here's the scoop: Not one of any cream or lotion out there will cure your wrinkles. If you want to buy into the hype, all the department store brands ALSO produce the familiar drug store brands, which while not identical, are every bit as good. Really they are. I know because I feel like I've tried almost everything out there. For the expensive ones, many are quite nice but they don't ever do anything particularly "magical".
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115 of 132 people found the following review helpful By R. Cates on November 20, 2010
Size Name: 1 oz
La Mer is a great moisturizer and I felt that it improved the look and feel of my skin by reducing fine lines, evening skin tone and helping me to retain moisture throughout the day (and my skin is kinda dry) but I wouldn't classify this item as a miracle cream. I've read a lot of info on this product and it seems like any dermatologist that gets asked about it says the clients with the best skin always confess to using it. However, it's very expensive and I feel like I get close to the same results with a $10 jar of Eucerin Q10 Creme. I am only in my early thirties so maybe the differences between the two becomes more marked the older you are and the longer you use it. I used it for a few months and have been using the Eucerin product for years before and after that. I just occasionally try out high end products to see if they do anything better for my skin. So far, I have yet to find one that does (and I've used Murad, Strivectin, Kinerase, Perricone and many others). So, I don't really buy the whole, 'you get what you pay for' mentality. I think cosmetics might be a lot like wine - packaging, marketing and reputation/status are used to appeal to the customer rather than straight quality and the cost is mostly arbitrary.
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61 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Jody Bergsma on December 27, 2012
Size Name: 2 oz Verified Purchase
The product came in a silver gift box not a La mer box.
It is scented differently than authentic La Mer cream. I recommend you do not buy it.
I believe that it is not real.
I have requested to return it.
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81 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Miss Mary on October 11, 2012
Size Name: 2 oz Verified Purchase
This product was a fake I have used it for over 10 years and it is not the formula. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY
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