Really good skincare has a tendency to be expensive, so when I can grab deluxe sized samples of brands I would never spend my money on without knowing they were effective, I get real excited! Today, I am testing out @loccitane Immortal Divine Creme ($110 for 1.7 ounces at @sephora) and Dry Skin Hand Cream ($12 for 1 ounce at Sephora).
What the Divine Cream claims:
🔘 An exceptional anti-aging cream that helps fight visible signs of aging, leaving skin nourished and smooth
What the Hand Cream claims:
🔘 Enriched with shea butter to lock moisture into the skin for silky-smooth hands
👍🏻 I thoroughly enjoy the scent of the Divine Cream.
👎🏻 I don’t at all enjoy the scent of the Hand Cream.
👍🏻 The Divine Cream is incredibly hydrating. It has kept my makeup-free skin hydrated for hours so far.
👍🏻 The Hand Cream is also hydrating, but doesn’t absorb as fast as I would have liked and hasn’t kept my hands hydrated for as long as the Divine Cream has.
While the Divine Cream may actually be divine, I’m just not sure it’s worth $110. I plan on using up the sample to see, but am kind of hoping that it isn’t great. As for the Hand Cream, for the price, it’s not at all worth it. There are better products for much less money.
Have you tried any L’Occitane products? If yes, do you have a favorite? Or do you find them overpriced for what they do, too?