In my opinion, Crème de la Mer (also referred to as “La Mer”) is the most widely debated beauty lotion/potion known to wo-man. Many swear by the powers of its miracle broth and gladly pay $100+ an ounce (and that’s the *starting* price). Others question the efficacy of La Mer and argue that the car-payment-like price tag is plain ol’ cruel. I, for one, am a big time fan of La Mer Moisturizing Cream. It’s a highly effective night cream!
La Mer’s newest launch, The Regenerating Serum, contains a potent concentration of Crème de la Mer’s proprietary miracle broth – the original fermented elixir developed by Dr. Max Huber. The miracle broth is known for its ability to help skin look renewed.
One thing’s for certain — a serum (a highly concentrated dose of active ingredients) is a vital component of a solid skin care regiment. Serums help to treat/repair various skin conditions like hyperpigmentation, loss of elasticity, environmental damage, dryness, fine lines, etc. Crème de la Mer The Regenerating Serun contains a new regenerating ferment derived from marine plant stem cells, designed to help progress the renewal of the skin’s tone/texture and protect it from free radical damage.
Other key ingredients in Crème de la Mer The Regenerating Serum include:
- Marine Peptide Ferment – An anti-age marine algae and peptide complex to reduce lines for a firmer appearance
- Colloidal Gold – To deliver anti-irritant benefits to the skin
- Lime Tea – Anti-oxidant protection
The serum is said to have taken four years to formulate and was created with the combined efforts of physicists, marine botanists and biologists from around the globe and contains 50 patents (granted and pending) worldwide. Do the ingredients and technology in Crème de la Mer The Regenerating Serum compel you to give it a try? Leave a comment!
Crème de la Mer The Regenerating Serum is available at www.cremedelamer.com, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman.