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on 5/4/2010 1:20:00 PM
More reviews by koren1980
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Relaxed, Fine
I didn't like this at all. The smell is too clinical, the price too high and it doesn't do what it says. It didn't lighten my sun spots one bit and I used it twice a day. When I put it on my skin it felt kind of annoying. It left me with an unflattering sheen which I had to cover with foundation. I was almoast relieved when it was gone. Otherwise I adore LP products, but this one was a real dissapointment.
on 4/18/2008 12:33:00 PM
More reviews by monchichi
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Other, Other, Other
Well, let me start saying that my skin WAS a half year ago, one to be envy of: firm, supple, wrinkle-free, radiant... See my reviews: I use the best things. Not only the super expensive ones, but those who can actually offer great ingredients. Without being arrogant: I can differ good from bad...I went skiing a three months ago, and went home with sun spots. Not that sun at my age causes sun spots for more then 1cm, but i let laser 3. Yes 3! veins on my skin. Kind of roseacae on both sides. 1 on the left, and 2 on the right. Because my skin was traumatised by the laser, my skin was more vulnerable. Result: sun spot! Huge ones!I cried a lot, days. My beautiful skin was ruined. Oh wel, it still is.I went for lasering again, now for erasing my sun spots. The didn't want to do it, because the summer is on board and maybe it would get worse. Totally desperate I bought this in the hope it would get better...My feelings about this product: it took a while before I noticed a difference. Actually more then a month. Discoloration is less obvious. It's lightened, and it's not that big. BUT: it's not gone. Maybe I wasn't realistic to think that it would erase them, but still... they are way too obvious the two brown spots. I still need a strong concealer, which has really dissapointed me. Maybe it's the best on the market cause others have mentionted that it's unbelieveble that a product can do something on sun spots- sorry I can't compare. Still I have to do lasering in the winter...Conclusion: Use this if you have mild sun spots and your realistic on your expectations. They will not do them away. At it's best: a bit fading.Texture: liquidy, watery, nice for a serum. Absorbs instantly. Not drying. Not peeling.Smell: clinicalPackeging: as with all serum from la Prairie: very nice. Price: affordable. You don't need much so the bottle will last long.It's a good product, but don't expect miracles!
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