LA MER THE REPARATIVE SKINTINT SPF 30


Sea is an entity of inexplicable charm and enchantment, the bountiful habitat of fantastic flora and fauna, a colorful realm whose mere glints and reflections we can identify when we dive under the surface. I've always wanted to live in the city by the sea, to be able to take a walk beside it or just behold, swathed by the briny whiff of breeze, that calming water domain of incredible force. My wish came to fruition and I'm immensely grateful, to say the least, to be granted a privilege to sit on the shore at any moment, to listen to the quieth song of waves, to glance as they vanish in effervescant ripple and simply to be mirthful. Sea truly aids me to relax, to clear my mind, to find solution for difficult circumstances, it bestow me comfort and serenity, as if it whispering to me: „everything is going to be OK“. It was a source of inspiration for countless painters, writers and poets, but also for the scientists who found beneficial ingredients for various preparations in its depths. One of them was Dr. Max Huber, for whom the sea was a muse that provided all the necessary components for reputed Miracle Broth™. To honor it, he named his brand La Mer, which in literal translation from French means the sea.
The story behind this brand is awfully intriguing and controversial. It all began in 1950s when Dr. Huber, aerospace physicist at NASA, sustained burns in a laboratory accident. Convinced that regenerative properties of the sea are crucial for the improvement of his skin's state, he set up the private lab at his California home and embark in the search for restoration. He conducted 6000 experiments in 12 years before he experienced an epiphany and realized that the process of fermentation transforms algae into a remedy marvel that alters the skin's prospect for better. The secret lies in Pacific algae nutrients, because the lunar cycle of ebb and tide affects the rate of natural renewal. Exposed to light and sound waves, the zymosis of minerals, proteins and vitamins resulted with transmutation into, as proclaimed, extraordinary, powerful and legendary Crème de la Mer. Once I've read that the cream erased all the scars from his face and rejuvenated it in the measure of a decade, and the tale about this prodigious medication rapidly spreaded from mouth to mouth, so the ladies from high society sought to incorporate it in their care routine. Very swiftly Dr. Huber ascended to the level of a celebrity and gladly-seen guest at elite events, while his cream was being sold through exclusive catalogues and in high-end department stores such as Henri Bendel.
I must admit however that the whole narration is somewhat Hollywoodish, as when movie superheroes after survived calamity gain extramundane abilities or, as in this case, immerse into a reserach that leads to the discovery of „super-cream“. There are quite a few discrepancies here, for example there's no concrete evidence of the explosion and the precise date when it supposedly happened hasn't ever been disclosed. Furthermore, assertions that Huber never worked for NASA has emerged, and some goes so far and doubt his very existence, ie consider him as a figment or phantomic character. Such theories are obviously blown out of proportion, because Linda Wells had the prerogative to meet and interview him. She described him as a peculiar and bizarre individual and as an independent man who produces creams. During the conversation, not only did he employ the cream on his face, but on his eyes too as contact lenses, which was an unforgettable sight. He even ate it with a spoon, followed by the explanation: „If I can eat it, it’s good for me and it must be amazing for my skin.“ To put it graphically, Crème de la Mer is The Illuminati in the world of cosmetics: so much fuss is stirred around it, Huber consulted astrologists in the course of production and the three-month fermentation requires specifically and meticulously isolated and distributed sounds which enables the birth of wondrous elixir of youth and beauty. Although it's regarded by many as the best face cream of all times, others mockingly calls it a fancy vaseline and detect the identical substitute in the original Nivea or Mario Badescu Seaweed Night and Weleda Skin Food creams. In one of the future posts I shall divulge my opinion about this cornerstone of La Mer brand, but presently I'll concentrate on The Reparative Skintint SPF30.
Since it was integrated in Estée Lauder Companies in 1995., La Mer is propelled into globally most demanded skin care brand, and their offer, from a single Hubert's invention that still occupies the cult and stellar status on the pedestal of best-sellers and whose phenomenal effects are advocated by Kim Klardashian, Kate Moss and Chrissy Teigen, is expanded to decorative cosmetics. Skintit is packed in a white tube with silver cap on top, and I particularly like the tiny opening which facilitates precise dosage and the small amount is sufficient for face and neck. I apply it with a help of the brush but, depending on your personal preferences, it can be utilized with beauty blender as well. This extremely lightweight and colorized treatment perfects the complexion immediately upon infliction, while regular usage beautifies the skin on daily basis, saturated with efficient energy of the famous Miracle Broth™, so vigorous and functional that it increase natural revitalization with each drop. Robust marine ferments buff the fine lines and wrinkles, SPF30 and antioxidants-abundant lime tea decoction assists in protection against stressful environment impacts and pollution, while translucent sea ferment averts the loss of pigment, balances the tonus and generates a radiant glow. My summer face care rituals includes the use of Lumene Aqua Dew serum, Clinique Moisture Surge day cream and Reparative Skintint is the final step which simultaneously delivers delicate coating and UV radiation defense. All three of them suits me in the day because, as I've written previously, I'm not fond of wearing powders in summertime, and Light 02 nuance mergers with my skin ideally, like there's absolutely nothing on my face.
The seas are inexhaustible springwell of mysteries, and although humans landed on the Moon and are planning the trip to Mars, only 5% of the oceans on Earth is explored. I wonder what unseen sensations are hidden in remaining 95%. Dr. Max Huber believed that ocean holds the arcanum of prosperous and thriving skin, and with his persistence he unlocked it and presented the fairy Crème de la Mer to the world, whose recepture is inclosed in several preparations, among which The Reparative Skintint SPF30. Usually I'm sceptical toward commercials and I tend to assess and evaluate the products only after I test them for myself, on my skin, but I can indeed confirm that there's something magical about this one. I don't know whether this is carefully selected constituents or the formula stimulated by music, but it verily remodels the skin appearance, rendering it healthy, plump, polished and sprightly exquisite.
 Have you tried The Reparative Skintint SPF30? Or any other product from La Mer line? What are your impressions? Write me in the comments.
Till the next post, best wishes!

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51 comments:

  1. Ovaj proizvod izgleda odlično! Voljela bih ga isprobati.
    Hvala ti na recenziji :)

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  2. I have not tried this but it sounds nice!

    Jennifer
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  3. I have not tried this one yet. But I've heard amazing things from so many people. Based on your photos, I really like how well it blends!

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  4. I have to say that the history of the Dr. Huber's brand is really fascinating. The story about the magical cream does seem like it might have been blown out of proportion but it is possible that at least a part of it is true. I can't wait to read your final opinion on this brand. This particular product does seem promising. La Mer seems like a wonderful skintint, especially for the summer. I like what you said about how it feels like you don't have a thing on your skin. I think most people stay away from powders and heavy foundation in summertime, and I think it is better to opt for a skintint or a BB/CC cream on those days when it's really hot.

    Your words about the sea are truly inspiring. I'm a big believer in the healing properties of the sea. I would like to try more algae based skin products...and one of the reasons why I adore Asian food is because they often utilize algae in their recipes. I believe that the sea still holds many secrets we still need to discover. Have you perhaps seen the BBC documentary series The Blue Planet? It was shot a while before Planet Earth but I believe it had the same producers & team. It is one of my favourite documentary series of all times. I even bought a book version of Blue Planet.

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  5. I still can't justify spending money on their expensive skincare line. I do like this tint and would consider it because I love the coverage and SPF factor. Thanks for sharing this product and the backstory. I had no idea how it all began!

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  6. Never try any of this brand.

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  7. I have seen this brand in several blogs but I don't have try its products.

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  8. My mom use this brand and she really loves it!
    Those products sounds great!
    XO
    S
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  9. What great product, great result. I loved it! :)

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  10. The sea is truly marvelous. There is nothing like the feeling of strolling on the beach, feeling the sand, listening to the waves and experiencing that breeze. This product sounds amazing.

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  11. I still have not tried this brand! I want to but the price tag is stopping me.
    xx- Nina
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  12. The cosmetics look great! <3
    kisses
    xoxo

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  13. I really like how you do the photos of the products you show us! Good post.

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  14. Great product review.

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  15. I'm swooning over the La Mer products, they're so fantastic and worth the splurge! The skintint looks so amazing.

    xx Simone
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  16. Love LaMer is my fave!
    Happy Monday, babe!
    xoxo, Vanessa
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  17. I wish I could try La Mer products, but they're jus so pricey😢This one sounds amazing too!

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  18. This product sounds really lovely! I'm a big fan of the classic Crème de la Mer. It really does have such an interesting backstory.

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  19. I received 2 sample sizes of LaMer products with a beauty subscription as a welcome gift. They were very small and probably didn't have time to do anything, so I can't even offer a review of those. I do love the idea of using products from the earth or the sea, though. This tint/SPF cream looks like a really good one but it's a bit out of the range I usually spend for reparative tint sun protection. Might have to splurge and try it, though. Dr. Huber sounds like a character and the story about him and the LaMer line is really interesting!

    Ruth
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  20. I love this brand and the great quality!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  21. Love all of the products...just wish it were less expensive :)

    Shauna

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  22. I haven't tried any product of La Mer but the history of this brand is amazing and definitely I have to check their products.

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  23. I've heard good things about La Mer but I haven't tried this brand. Need to try this

    xoxo
    Liza
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  24. I like this brand!
    xx
    Mónica Sors
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  25. I am familiar with La-Mer Brand , they do produce wonderful products.

    Bernie,
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  26. Predobar post i jako lepo si predstavila proizvod... ljubac

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  27. mai provato questo prodotto *_* lo proverò

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  28. Blown out of proportion hahaha they don't call it marketing for nothing lol. But I have wanted to try this brand but the price tag is steep. I have wanted to try their eye creams.

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  29. Ooh it sounds like a really lovely product! I've never tried this brand before xx

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  30. Grazie mille per questo interessantissimo post :-)


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  31. wow, amazing post. Would you like to follow each other?

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  32. I use tinted moisturisers and would love to try this La Mer one!


    xoxo
    Lovely
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  33. It seems amazing! And I'd like to live near the sea too.

    Beijos/Kisses.

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  34. I haven't tried this brand before, but I definitely would like to! This product sounds wonderful!

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  35. I've always heard amazing things about La Mer but have never tried it. Love a tinted moisturizer that it has spf!

    Jill - Doused in Pink

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  36. Great post.Thank you for sharing! :)
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  37. this product is very good! i want to buy and try!
    Very beautiful photo, I like it
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  38. I really liked the texture, it looks great! :)

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  39. Do you discover the most fantastic product stories, Nasa? A NASA technician discovering properties for a skin care cream? I think it's fantastic, just like this luxury brand, and now I realize why it's so expensive !!
    xoxo

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  40. I use La Mer liquid foundation and I love it. I will defintely check out this one too, this sounds like a great product for summer.


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  41. I've actually never tried La Mer before but have definitely heard lots of mixed reviews about the brand. The luxurious brand is priced pretty high, and I've heard that they don't necessarily use the best ingredients for the skin, but how they're really great for those with dry skin.

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  42. I never tried it out so far but I see it is a fantastic product. Thanks for your honest and helpful review - your doing always such a wonderful and detaild work.
    xx Rena
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  43. I hear for the first time, but I have to try it, I really like "sea" cosmetics ☺
    greetings
    Lili

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  44. I've always been curious about La Mer's products, but never tried it out because of the price tag. Thanks for the review!

    Mai
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  45. I just back from a relaxing weekend getaway. The sea, oh my. Really works for tired body and mind.

    I never heard of this brand but bet it is a good brand.

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  46. I love la mer so much! great post :)


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