Huda Kattan AKA HudaBeauty turned me onto this guy. She raved about it saying it dramatically changed the appearance of her skin, specifically her pores etc. So as you can imagine I'm off trotting to the store to buy it - well that's not really how it happened. In my opinion I think you can safely buy expensive skincare and cosmetics if unopened and sealed on platforms such as eBay. Look at the seller and if reputable I don't think there's much harm. I do enquire as to expiration dates and so forth for added benefit. I think too, that's why I'm able to be more positive with the review because I only ended up paying around £45 for it.
I've now used this cream on and off for about a year. I bought the 'Riche' version out of the three as my skin is extremely dry and needs a lot of moisture. I must say it is intensely moisturising, has a pleasant smell and is currently in my rotation for night creams. Unfortunately I have to leave the anti-aging concept out of my review as I am still in my early twenties, although I have seen a slight reduction in the size of my pores around my nose/cheek area.
I like that it is a well concocted skincare product and feels like a cream should, plus it is not too heavily fragranced. I shiver at the thought of using silicone laden products as primary skincare. However I have since found moisturising creams I prefer such as the Bobbi Brown Moisturising Balm & Aesop's Camellia Nut Facial Hydrating Cream. If you'd like to hear about them please let me know.
Nonetheless, come 30s and 40s I may well purchase Le Lift once more to see the anti ageing effects as it delivers on making my skin feel plump, supple and soft.