So I read that there are some who objected to calling the La Mer Face Serum miraculous in the book Cosmetics Unmasked by Stephen and Gina Antczak. But I believe it truly is as the results from using this serum really made me euphoriant and the effects were in no way hallucinogenic.
I used to have quite a large liver spot on my face. None of the products I’ve used had any effects on lightening that damn spot. But La Mer Face Serum did it for me. While not completely eradicating the spot, there was a visible fading after using just a bottle of the serum. Some of my smaller acne scar marks also faded. I considered the effects so wondrous that I continue to use another 2 bottles or so, but had to stop because at S$355 for a 30ml bottle, it was devastatingly wounding for my pocket.
So I assure you, through my experience, these claims by La Mer isn’t just marketing sell.
With age, the waters that flow within and around skin cells can become “stagnant” – less able to deliver vital nutrients. Skin appears dull, lifeless. Surface discolourations can appear. The Face Serum utilizes Creme de La Mer’s exclusive Deconstructed Waters to deliver a wealth of marine proteins, sea-derived enzymes and botanicals. The result is an explosion of activity. The waters once again flow more freely. Skin is infused with energy and enriched with essential nutrients. The appearance of unwanted discolourations is diminished. Skin that has been tarnished by age or exposure is clarified and brightened.
Apparently, they are now offering a duo known as The Lifting Face Serum and The Lifting Intensifier. I expect the results to be much better. But of course before that, I need to establish if I can afford it.
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