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Eve Lom TLC cream is one of the best products I have ever used and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a heavy duty moisturiser.
I think some people make the mistake of thinking this is a cream which should be used every day but that is not the case. This cream should be applied to the hands and them pressed lightly to the face instead of overloading your skin with this heavy product. By doing this is ensures you get the benefit of the ingredients of the product without drowning in that greasy film you often get with a heavy moisturising product. This cream is particularly useful for those first days of winter when your skin reacts to the change in weather, or following light sunburn. It is also useful for protecting against the weather and refreshing the skin after a flight (or a hangover!).
It is expensive at £48 but like all Eve Lom products is well worth it -cheaper skincare is false economy, and it lasts for ages. If you're unsure Space NK often has samples available and as this cream is so thick a little goes a long way.
tlc cream is meant for skin that's showing signs of wear (my forehead is excessively worn, crepey and dry, and seems sun-damaged). i have a small trial sized pot of tlc cream, and although it has a love;y rose fragrance, i'm just not impressed with it at all. it's quite a heavy cream, and not particularly pleasant to use, apart from the scent.
it was only when i tried some nivea (the plain, blue pot that costs about £3) that i saw how over-priced and - basically - rubbish the tlc cream is. it isn't as good as nivea, plain and simple, although it's at least 50 times more expensive (to put into context, 50mls of tlc is £42 while 250mls of nivea is £3. at that rate, 250mls of tlc would cost about £200!). i don't mind paying for quality products, but i really do get annoyed when i find that something so very expensive is bettered by one of the cheapest and oldest face creams on the market.
i have three words to say to anyone even considering buying the tlc cream: 'BUY SOME NIVEA'.
Recently bought a bottle of Rose Hip Oil in Australia before I moved to the UK for some spots that started appearing around my chin area. It was abit costly at home but does wonders, and is a great remedy to treat minor skin disorders, helps to relieve symptoms of eczema and aid in the repair of skin tissue. It also helps to assist the healing of acne scarring and dry, sensative and sun damaged skin. I havent looked for it yet in the UK but Im sure if you asked in at any Health Food Store they would direct you. It is an oil so it is greasy but you rub it in and it soon obsorbes into your skin.It also has no fragarence to it so you dont notice it's there. I found it worked really well on my spots and other scarring I had from previous spots. Recommended it to a friend who suffers from Ecezma and she was raving about it, eased ther itching and helped to soothe the dry skin.
TLC has been designed for use on skin that is showing signs of wear / Particularly aimed at fine lines around the eyes / a blend based on the most exclusive and fragrant essential oil of rose (Otto of Bulgaria) /