La Mer is a skin care brand developed by aerospace physicist Dr. Max Huber, formulating the cream to address his own skin concerns. Estee Lauder acquired La Mer in 1995. This gives La Mer significant research and development resources. La Mer products are very expensive – one product in particular will set you back over a thousand dollars. La Mer is one of the most wanted anti aging creams on the planet. The heart of the La Mer formulation is the nutrient-rich algae, protective antioxidant extracts and precious minerals. For the purposes of this review, we reviewed the bestsellers in the range, including Creme De La Mer, The Eye Concentrate, The Regeneration Serum, The Moisturizing Soft Cream and The Concentrate.
La Mer can be purchased at Nordstrom, Selfridges, Bloomingdale’s, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Barneys, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bliss World and Duty Free Stores. There are a number of unauthorized retailers selling La Mer products online, our advice is to avoid these stores as it is difficult to prove the authenticity of such products. Always purchase these types of products from authorized retailers. Your safest bet is to stick with the retailers mentioned above.
Our La Mer experience so far has been positive so far. From the service at the La Mer counter to indulging in these luxurious creams. These products seem to place enormous enthuseson sensory effects, including texture, appearance, skin feel and scent. My immediate reaction, so your skin will feel soft, hydrated and well nourished. La Mer is a luxury brand that is suitable for individuals who have healthy skin and want to maintain this. La Mer contains an exclusive combination of Seaweed (Algae) Extract, Sesamum Indicum and Seeds and Medicago Sativa that actually help improve the skin’s overall health.
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