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Are you looking for the La Praire Dupe? No worries! I got your back!
I must confess. I am a true cosmetic geek and one of those that dives deep into learning the ingredients of every little bottle. I just need to know what chemicals I am not only paying for but also rubbing into my skin.
Do not disregard the fact that ingredients that you put onto your skin get absorbed into your organism, which also affects you directly. It’s like eating foods that are dirty and then complaining about it. Watch what you put not only inside but also outside onto your body.
After checking the prices of La Prairie creams get as high as to 1000$ per one bottle. Wait a minute, no mixture of chemicals shouldn’t coast that much…
La Prairie Platinum Rare Cellular Night Elixir contains various hazardous ingredients: sd alcohol 40, polycrylamide, parabens, etc.
How about parabens for a 1000$? What do you say? I say no! So I went to find something similar just without these ingredients that are unimaginable in skincare!
The good and positive ingredients that I found there: amino acids, glycolic acid. And here is what I found that will be the best substitution of La Prairie Elixir:
The routine should be like this:
- After washing your face apply glycolic acid serum
- Put a Laneige Cream Skin refiner or an amino acid mist
- If you have a dry skin you can set it all up with a light moisturiser on top
This set will be the perfect dupe of La Prairie Rare Cellular Night Elixir without parabens and hazardous ingredients.
You are welcome 🙂