La Mer... the holiest of skin creams, a 'miracle' in a jar. This crème de la crème, why do we love you so? The story of La Mer now on the blog. Link in bio #lamer
In Max we trust. 🤙🏻 Our take on Dr. Huber and his miracle cream, La Mer. Link in bio. #lamer
Crème de la Crème• developed by ex rocket scientist Max Huber in the 1970s, Creme de la Mer is for many, a miracle product that can do no wrong. A complex formula based on a particular species of kelp made into a super bio available extract due to a special fermentation process. While Huber was ahead of his time in terms of his use and refinement of sea minerals in skincare, today's high end skincare consumer is more demanding than ever. As one of the most expensive and coveted creams on the market how does La Mer measure up? Our investigation and review of La Mer now on the blog. Link in bio.
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Spend enough time at a high end cosmetics counter and you will no doubt come across what has long been considered the crème de la crème in skincare: La Mer. As a consumer forever seeking out that 'miracle' product that will work magic on the dermis, it is difficult not to be pulled in by the lure of La Mer. From stories of its founder (an ex NASA physicist who was badly burned after an explosion) to tales of its exclusive formula based on a miracle broth (a bio fermented mixture of sea kelp) to the steep price tag ($230 for 30ml) La Mer has somehow managed to maintain cult like status since it was launched in the 1970's. But what is it really and does it deliver? Our in depth look at La Mer, coming on the blog.