La Mer

La Mer was founded by an German-born astro-physicist named Max Huber. After suffering serious burns in a lab accident in the 1950s, he turned to the sea to find and formulate powerful healing ingredients that eventually became Creme de La Mer. It is owned by Estee Lauder Companies and is available online and at luxury retailers worldwide.

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82 products

4,621 reviews

57% would repurchase

Recent La Mer Reviews

Foundations -La Mer -The Soft Fluid Long Wear Foundation SPF 20

on 4/16/2019 10:42:00 AM


I have had acne prone skin for most of my teenage life and got rid of it with acutaine shortly after highschool, soon after i started a hair removal laser treatment on my face which aggravated my skin and all the acne came back. Makeup looked bad and made it worse. Este lauder's double wear foundation was full coverage and felt okay but did not help conceal the texture on my skin. this foundation on the other hand made my skin even better after removing it! La mer products were always something I wanted to try but never had the budget for as a student, I set aside some money just to try this out and I don't regret it! I have never felt better about my skin. I don'y use an primers with it but I hydrate my skin using the Bioderma Hydrabio Serum concentrate and a bioderma acne high protection mat SPF 30. This combination has been my favourite!

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -La Mer -The Moisturizing Soft Cream

on 4/12/2019 7:38:00 PM


I don’t find this to be hydrating at all; it sits as a greasy layer on top of my skin. I think the fragrance irritates my skin because after I apply it, I get red bumps on my cheeks. It’s much too expensive for what it does

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -La Mer -Cleansing Gel

on 4/1/2019 3:06:00 PM


This product did nothing to my skin. It doesn’t worth the money in my opinion

Powder -La Mer -The Powder


La mer!!!this company infuriates me in so many levels
From the mediocre ingredients they are using in their skincare to the their marketing ploy...
This is the replacement for the old la mer the powder
When la mer saw the hype for the old version they decided to "reformulate "
That meant they reduce it from 25 grams to 8 miserable grams !!!
But they jacked up the price from 65 usd to 90 usd!!
Please people dont let those company scam us like this
The old version wasn't anything mind blowing (the translucent one)Too much glitters
And this version is not any better !!
If you want luxury powder with some luminescence try the Hourglass loose powder or the la Prairie loose powder
Both are cruelty free and are coming with better prices and amounts than Lamer(Hourglass 10.5 grams and la prairie a whooping 56 grams)

6 of 9 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -La Mer -Creme de la Mer The Moisturizing Creme

on 3/21/2019 8:56:00 PM


It's funny how an exercise in marketing can create so much hype and mystery around one jar of cream! I used a deluxe sample of this and can honestly say I'm pretty baffled by people forking out so much money for such a objectively average product. The reason I say objectively is that, no matter how much you love the lush texture and the feeling of luxury using it, at the end of the day the science behind skincare is something that is capable of being proved. The insane story behind the miracle broth just doesn't make any sense. And if it was truly a miracle, why would Estee Lauder brand continue making tonnes of other miraculous face creams? I totally understand wanting to buy this if you have money to throw around because who doesn't want a glorious, heavy jar sitting on their vanity? That's a big part of the joy of skincare so I totally get that. If you are after a good cream that performs in a similar way for a fraction of the price I would try Bioderma Sensibio AR.

8 of 8 people found this helpful.

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