As seen in Elle magazine (January 2009 issue, p103).
As seen in InStyle magazine (November 2008, p314), (August 2008 issue, p150), and March 2008 issue, p482). Have a question about this item? Our Beauty Product Specialist is here to help. Send an email
Over forty years ago, aerospace physicist Dr. Max Huber suffered a terrible accident when a routine experiment exploded in his face, resulting in severe chemical burns. Neither science nor medicine could offer sufficient promise of help, so Huber decided to help himself. Twelve years and some 6,000 experiments laterCrème de la Mer was born.
At the heart of Crème de la Mer is a nutrient-rich, highly potent Miracle Broth. There is nothing unusual about its ingredientsa blend of sea kelp, vitamins and minerals. It's the way Huber distilled them that made the difference between a good moisturizer and a small miracle, borrowing from the ancient science of fermentation. This intensive, 3 to 4 month process released vital energies, transforming the ingredients into a whole far greater than the sum of its parts.
There are those who insist Crème de la Mer has produced astonishing results. Some might even call it miraculous. In a short time, skin becomes softer, firmer, looks virtually creaseless. Even the driest of complexions are healed.
Crème de la Mer's Miracle Broth is suspended within its extraordinary formula. To activate the broth and release its key ingredients, warm a small amount between your fingertips. As you pat onto clean, dry skin, you will instantly feel the soothing effects of the broth. Smooth over your face, neck, even under the fragile eye area. Apply day and nightfor a lifetime.