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Skin Care Review: La Prairie anti-aging emulsion

by guido de wit


light emulsion with high spf and lots of anti-oxidants.

because of the closed packaging, you can't tell when it's finished.

this is a nice, light though creamy emulsion to be used as daycare. it has a high spf of 30 and contains a load of anti-oxidant and a complex which should fight the so-called csi(chronic silent inflammation) that causes damage to the skincells. it is expensive, but is does work and a little product goes a long way. It has a nice smell and the skin looks more radiant and smooth. it provides optimal protection against harmful uva/uvb rays. the container with pump is hygienic and user friendly. it's also a good product for men because it's not greasy and has a neutral fragrance.

good product, bit expensive

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