64% would repurchase
on 11/2/2017 9:40:00 PM
More reviews by Bpuste
I decided to splurge and purchase a La Prairie skin care line along with some beauty staples-one of which is the Cellular Radience Creme Blush is Rose Glow. Yes, the product is EXPENSIVE however, pricey and La Prairie are synonomous so that should not be any surprise. When writing reviews on La Prairie I feel that too many people automatically subtract points because of the price. The real question is does the product deliver exceptional results. I, without hesitation, would say yes! This creme blush not only has an ideal color that would arguably natch any skintone, but its texture is divine. One quick circle of my middle and index finger on the palette is enough to give the apple of my cheek the perfect flushed glow. The color is sheer however buildable if you want more intense color. The color lasts all day, provided i am not sweating or otherwise doing something that would obviously compromise its duration on my skin. Also, the amount of product os generous and I anticipate it lasting for about a year with daily use. Compare that to what I was using before (baby face sheer creme blush by maybeline $8 at the drugstore) which I would have to apply 2-3 times per day, and wasnt formulated nearly as nicely, I can easily justify the money spent on this product.
on 10/31/2017 5:48:00 AM
More reviews by Am00n
All I’m saying I have to agree with the other reviewer (Evavic).
on 10/31/2017 5:45:00 AM
Big fail I should’ve read more before attempting to buy this worthless product.
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on 10/31/2017 5:42:00 AM
I bought this thinking I found my ultimate dreaming luxurious toner which will turn back the hands of time. The one which will finally gives me glowing pore less, flawless, well hydrated and refined skin. Yes I know I’m obsessed with everything that is anti aging since I was at a very young age. Well all these claims turned to be nonsense it didn’t even hydrate my skin or refine my pores. All it did is turning my face reddish with a sticky film. I was still young and naive back then and I wasn’t aware enough about what to look for when buying a product. This toner simply includes horsetail, ivy extract and different fragrances now how these are supposed to help your skin in anyway. For the huge amount of money you’re intending to spend on this ‘rubbish’ You will absolutely get ‘none zero none nothing other than irritated skin.
on 10/31/2017 5:21:00 AM
I didn’t use this product but I did use other La Prairie products which were a huge disappointment. Going back to our main subject I feel compelled to write this review or let’s say more of a ‘warning’. Don’t ever think of using this ‘So called full of toxic garbage bag’. I was shocked when I read the ingredients list: silver oxide and platinum. I mean come on who on earth would put these two components on their face. I quote and read carefully: Silver oxide is a germicide composed of silver nitrate and an alkaline hydroxide (a metallic compound bound to a metal atom). Silver nitrate is known to be caustic to skin, while silver itself can cause a permanent bluish discoloration on skin. Platinum is used with other substance in chemotherapy it kills growing cells to help shrinking tumors.
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