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Reader Review of the Day: L'Occitane Immortelle Very Precious Cream

Reader Review of the Day: L'Occitane Immortelle Very Precious Cream

With cooler weather on the way, dry skin is about to become a problem for a substantial number of us, and that means one thing: a darn good moisturizer. I'm on the hunt for something new and great myself, so I liked this review of L'Occitane Immortelle Very Precious Cream ($75). Reader ejfish provides a helpful breakdown of the product's pros and cons:

"Likes: Leaves a velvety soft film on my skin every morning (not an oily slick shine). It doesn't cause breakouts/congestion. Once absorbs into the skin, it doesn't feel heavy at all. After three weeks of use, my skin feels visibly softer and smoother. Dislikes: Certainly isn't one you'd buy without thinking twice. It's worth it for me since the last 50mL jar of cream I had lasted me a year (of course, that's with me straying to different brands in the meanwhile). Tip: The cream is thick and solid because of winter (I think). I usually warm it up between my fingertips and pat it all over my face before I massage it in. Note: My skin is very dry—to the point that it peels. This moisturizer stopped that from happening while I was using it"

Found something else pricey but precious? Looking for a new moisturizer, too? Take a pleasant jaunt over to the Product Reviews pages, then. Other readers (and me, too) have reviewed over 50,000 products, and awesome community members write new ones daily. They're fun to write, informative to read, and they make the pursuit of beauty a little easier for all of us.

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Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
I'm always trying moisturizers but I keep coming back to Lancome's Hydra Zen - for Dry Skin. It's the only one that keeps the skin around my nose and mouth from flaking. One $50 (1.7 oz) bottle lasts me about a year since I don't need to use it as often in the spring and summer.
crystalm07 crystalm07 6 years
Any ideas of how this compares to Hope in a Jar?
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