22.10.15

Embryolisse Lait-Creme Fluide - Holy grail or hyped?


Potent back-stage material and completely the opposite of body butters, Embryolisse Fluide does for skin what lanolin does for lips. I am a fan, period.

If you aren't crazy about dunking your skin in sticky body hydraters, then this mammoth of a bottle is a must-have. No rubber-y residue like certain body creams or that dreadful staining on clothes. The French production is frills free, no fuss and to the point. With a faint glycerine scent, it’s something that won’t clash with your perfume. A more fluid version of the uber-popular lait-crème concentrate, which is apparently a staple backstage for instant healing on those gorgeous model skins, this baby is a multi-tasker when it comes to use on the face and body.

The modern texture allows it to be the perfect base for foundation application. If you are a fan of Pixiwoo’s YouTube videos, you must have regularly seen the sisters use the product. Where technicalities are concerned, the unanimously loved product is packed with shea butter, beeswax, aloe vera and soy protein goodness. It’s also paraben free and absolutely suitable for sensitive skin types. Only recently did I come to know that it also works as a make-up remover. Being plonked on the bed after a long day at work and flaking mascara, I grabbed the nearest piece of cotton I could find, dipped it in the magic formula and ran it in stripes across the face, waiting to be disappointed.

What face and body cream ALSO removes make-up? Well, this did. Skin felt comfortable and hydrated after use unlike regular gel cleansers *shudders*. Although the formula of it is similar to cleansing milks, I would still say it’s a hundred times more modern, professional and consistently flawless. The fact that it comes with a pump dispenser makes it just as good as sliced bread. Also claiming to be an after-sun repair, post-shave healer and baby skin protector, the all-purpose lotion can actually be the only skincare on your dresser.

Verdict: Holy grail, without a doubt!

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