French face cream dubbed the ‘Holy Grail’ of moisturisers by fans sells one every 23 seconds – and it only costs £13
- The French Embryolisse Lait Crème Concentre is £13 for 30ml or £20 for 75ml
- Created by dermatologists in Paris 60 years ago, it is a go-to for French women
- The brand have said that it’s so popular that it sells one every 23 seconds
A French face cream, which reviewers are calling the ‘Holy Grail’ of moisturisers, sells one every 23 seconds.
The Embryolisse Lait Crème Concentre has been around for 60 years and was created by dermatologists in Paris.
The best part is that the cult classic doesn’t come with a hefty price tag – starting at just £13 for 30ml or £20 for 75ml from Boots and online retailer Cult Beauty.
One happy customer even said that it was the ‘Holy Grail’ of moisturisers while describing how wonderful she thought it was.
The French Embryolisse Lait Crème Concentre starts at just £13 and has a five star rating on Cult Beauty
Other happy fans posted on cultbeauty.co.uk, where it currently has a five star rating, with one simply saying: ‘Wonderful multitasking cream.’
Another review said: ‘Great product. Brilliant moisturiser. You only need a tiny amount as it goes a long way. Will buy again.’
While another reviewer left a review reading: ‘Hard working multitasker, I’m on my sixth or seventh Embryolisse tube and my daughters use it too. It’s good for all ages, all skin types (on an adolescent skin I would say a little goes a long way) all occasions.’
She listed its uses as a daily moisturiser, night cream, make-up remover and after-sun balm, calling it ‘very soothing’.
Other happy fans posted on cultbeauty.co.uk, where it currently has a 5 star rating, with one simply saying: ‘Wonderful multitasking cream’
One reviewer even mentioned how it cured her very dry skin, writing: ‘Makes your skin so soft. My skin is drier than the Saharan desert, yet this instantly smooths out my dry patches.’
Sensitive skin sufferers were also fans, with one writing: ‘I have sensitive skin and it’s never irritated by this moisturiser.’
According to the brand, the cream also acts as a primer, repair mask and and after-shave soothing cream.
Because of how soft it is, it can also be used on babies. But you’d better be quick if you want to try it, as it’s bound to sell out quickly.
One reviewer even mentioned how it’s cured her very dry skin – and its also good for those with sensitive skin
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