Wow this new cream I just bought from L'Occitane is amazing:)
The name says it all Divine.....I am 40+ and my skin looks 30 if that now.
My skin feel nicely hydrated, firmer and my lines on my forehead are really starting to smooth out after just 3 weeks. People I have know for years are asking me what I have been doing... I reveal my secret is not a injection, not a peel but, a Divine cream has made the biggest difference in my skin.
Immortelle Divine cream
After trying some samples of Divine Cream, I decided I could almost immediately tell a difference in my often parched skin. I loved the lightweight consistency and my skin seemed to drink it up. My skin felt smoother and silkier right away and especially felt that way the next morning. So I debated about whether to buy a full-size jar, hesitating because it IS quite pricey!!! Finally I gave in and honestly, I really do love this stuff. I just got back from a vacation in Mexico where I overdid the sun but Divine Cream kept the moisture in my skin. I do think I'm seeing a bit of improvement in the very annoying marionette lines around my mouth, too. Time will tell if it really does attack lines and wrinkles, but so far, so good. I'm a believer, and the really nice scent doesn't hurt either.
I've been using the Immortelle Divine Cream for a couple of months now. It has made a definite improvement to my dry skin. Wrinkles, not so much but hopefully it helps prevent new ones since I am better hydrated. I use it primarily as a night cream although occasionally under makeup. I like the scent and the texture, which is very light and sinks into the skin. The jar doesn't bother me since so many other brands come in jars, my hands are cleaned before touching the jar anyways. I lost the little spatula somewhere, if I don't find it before I hit bottom I guess I'll use a q-tip to get the cream out.
I've used many other creams in various price points - Lacome, Clinique, Olay Regenerist - this one was worth the money.
After using this for about 2 months, I had to switch off to Aquafore for several days to rid my face of the red, scaly patches that had appeared. I tried this product again just to test if it was indeed the culprit and the patches reappeared. So, I must be allergic to one of the ingredients. Too bad, because the consistency is lovely. I am back to Boots Botonical.
I got a deluxe size sample of this. Won't be able to use long enough to see if it increased collagen at all but it does plump up skin. I don't think on my oily side skin I could wear this during the day but I wore it at night. I got one breakout on my chin. Not bad, but hadn't had any before using this. I also rubbed some in around my eyes which did plump up the lines around them and make them less noticeable. However, it also caused a stye to form on my lower eyelid, so when they say to avoid the eye are they have good reason. I was not a fan of the scent. I didn't notice much difference in tone as far as color or evenness while using this but I did stop after several days because I didn't want any more zits
Two big cons also not fan of jar but use little scoop to keep hygienically clean and price
Pros after two weeks I've already been told I look younger. My face feels soft looks fresh and hydrated no more flakey dry spots. So far no break outs and scent is not unpleasant to me. I use twice a day with precious serum and eye cream. I will change those to divine as I use each up. If you can afford I recommend. My last jar of precious cream lasted almost nine months. I would have purchased three drug store brands in that time for probably same total, so for me I'm worth it!
Even though I have acneic skin, this product works well for me...just not as a daily moisturizer. I tried that at first, and while it made my skin tone much more even and seemed to even prevent blemishes at first, after 2 1/2 weeks I began breaking out again. So, now I use it on my neck only, as it makes the deep lines in my neck go away. For my face, I use it as a night cream twice a week, and that's it. Any more than that, and I will break out, probably due to the fatty acids it contains to plump the skin. If I was not prone to break outs, however, I would use this day and night after seeing the results I did. It seems to make your skin glow and have an even tone and soft texture.
The jar doesn't bother me as much as I thought it would since they provide you with a spatula. You also get a LOT of product in the jar. I think it would take at least 5 months to go through, literally, which makes it much more affordable than it seems. I am unsure as to whether I will repurchase it or not, but I probably will. It really does work great as a face mask and on the neck.
I got a 3ml sample of this or would probably never have bought it at the price. I love it but even so am struggling to justify £65 for a moisturiser!
I have used Clinique Dramatically Different Gel for years and have returned to that after every short stint of something else as most things seem to make me greasy after a short while. The divine cream is the first thing that has given me more moisture than the DDGel (which I think I need as I get older) but without turning me into an oil slick even half way down my second sample pot. Wish it came in a pump but I think I shall have to give in and buy a pot anyway.
Love this stuff. dropped a lot of $$ for it but worth it - my skin looked better immediately. I've used it for a week now and I've seen the tone and texture of old acne scores improve substantially.
I finished using this cream not long ago. This cream has a lovely texture and is a good moisturizer overall. But i felt the fragrance was too strong for a face cream and at time clashed with my perfume during the day and was overpowering for bedtime. I used a small cream spatula to scoop the product and i am not a fan of jars. And it's hella expensive. I liked it but it is not a HG cream for me. will not repurchase.