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Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre


I learn so much when I hear others gush about their beauty favorites. Going on the advice of the fabulous lady at Make Do & Mend, I went for the biggest tube of Embryolisse I could find when I was in Paris. I had a feeling this one would not disappoint seeing that it has achieved cult status amongst makeup artists and been on the must-have list in many beauty magazines.

Embryolisse is a French creation. Ok, the company's name implies and brings to mind something perhaps a little odd. But the brand itself having been around for nearly 60 years, and, has been recommended for use by doctors because of its simple yet effective formulation. After having sold more than 10 000 000 tubes by 2007, the company launched their saught after limited 'vintage edition' of their ever famous Lait-Creme Concentre.

The tube holds a milky cream fluid that has a versatile texture which just sinks and settle into the skin well. It promises 24-hrs of hydration and it has not yet broken that promise (I have been using it for nearly 2 months). Whilst the milky cream has a soft floral scent, even the more sensitive skin types seem to do well with it. I have seen it work well on those with normal, oily, dry, or scaly skin and the creamy fluid makes a fantastic moist prep for makeup, protection against chap, and as a nurturing layer at night to seal moisture in the skin. The product is also capable of aiding in shaving and cleansing facial skin.

Perhaps I would try those other uses for the milky cream if I had more of it. But with only 1 tube at my disposal, I am reserving it for emergency use only.

The Embryolisse Lait-Creme Concentre is sold in many parts of the world (including US & Canada). I found my giant tube in a pharmacy in Montparnasse in Paris for around 10 euros. Surprised at the humble price tag? That is why I will be hoarding tubes of this my next visit to France and I will be searching high and low for the limited edition vintage tubes.


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7 Comments:

Make Do and Mend said...

Glad you got some - isn't it fab!

fashion herald said...

totally surprised by the humble price tag, I'm looking for this, it sounds wonderful.

Leigh said...

I want some! Where in the US can I purchase this? Thanks.

Grayburn said...

Hi Leigh...the link to Embryolisse's world distributors is on the word "world" in the post (I know it is not that noticeable!). You may need to call them to ask for more information but there is a US distributor.

x Grayburn

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evynoppie said...

Hi, I found your blog and this article on Embryolisse through another blog. I am going to Paris soon (I live in NL too :)) and interested in getting this to try. From which store/pharmacy did you buy this? Thanks in advance.

Grayburn said...

Hi evynoppie, Nice to meet you! I got my tube from the pharmacy in the neighborhood Montparnasse. It is the one that is right in the center of it all in the area. I'm afraid I don't remember the name of the pharmacy but I don't think you can miss it. When I was there, they had the choice between the bigger and the smaller sized tubes.

Hope you find your own tube and have fun in Paris! Let me know what you think of it ok?

xo Grayburn