64% would repurchase
on 4/9/2018 3:36:00 PM
More reviews by Noddy00
If you want a really good Swiss hand cream try a brand called Swissline, cream is Age Intelligence 3D Hand Recovery; got it from a friend who travelled to Switzerland and buy it online now. It is a miracle and costs far less than La Prairie overrated stuff...
on 4/8/2018 8:08:00 PM
More reviews by iamSKYLAR
Probably one of the most luxurious feeling powders. It's so finely milled and makes my skin look fluffy/soft/smooth and does not at all cake on me. As much as I love it, there are products that cost a fraction of this and still work very well, so on that principle, I will not buy again. However, if money was never an issue, I would purchase this in a heartbeat.
on 4/5/2018 6:41:00 AM
More reviews by Casiopeea
Ok, so I finally got my La Prairie powder in Translucent 1 after someone on Reddit made an incredible review on it and I was intrigued since I used to think most powders are the same. First, I was shocked at how HUGE the large jar is. You get 56 grams in the big jar and 10 more grams in the small one. I don't like the small jar because it opens up like a compact and I don't know how you are supposed to get powder out to use it with that packaging. The large jar has a scoop for you to transfer powder out of it if you need to. Surprisingly, I really think this powder is very nice, and it's not because it's expensive. It's very fine and glides beautifully to your face and unlike most powders does not mattify TOO much, it just makes you look like you naturally have the kind of peachy, soft, non oily complexion. It also has a nice soft focus/blurring effect. It smells nice, like you expect powder to smell, which is something I enjoy. It holds on my face about 6 hours until it starts to shine again. Overall I recommend it, also taking in consideration that most luxury powders come in 15-20 grams at approx $50 - $65, this works out to be a much better deal price wise.
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on 4/3/2018 6:34:00 AM
More reviews by EvaVic
It is a white somewhat fluid moisturizer that is packaged in an airless jar that dispenses just the right amount.The product is elegant and relatively quickly absorbing leaving an elegant finish. Nothing less is expected from La Prairie, especially at this price ($ 695)!The formula contains some peptides and several well known tyrosinase-inhibitors that have documented pigment lightening effect and have been used in cosmetics for several years.The active (Isobutylamido Thiazolyl Resorcinol referred to as "Lumidose") that La Prairie markets the product with, might be as high as 0.3% according to the only patent document available from Beiersdorf (owner of LP). It is referred to that even at 0.1% concentration, the substance has achieved remarkable lightening effect on pigmented skin.It is very clear that the formula is for pigmentation and only for that. (Although several of the actives are excellent anti-oxidants too.)This product is definitely for those who are concerned about (and have) existing pigmentation. This is not part of a preventative regimen either! I also believe that, if price is not an effective stopper and the results are as impressive as LP tries to make us believe, this is not a product one with healthy skin should be using due to the very same effect it claims to have, ie. inhibition of tyrosinase-activity.Ingredients list is uploaded as a picture.
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on 4/1/2018 1:31:00 PM
More reviews by evilgrandma
Unbelievable results in just 4 days! Got it from FundGrube.es. Just ordered another. I paid €72.40. It is very expensive but you get what you pay for. You only need a tiny amount. I have tried many eye gels and creams as I am in my late 60s and the eye area goes first! I feel like I have struck gold with this cream.
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