Estée Lauder’s Re-Nutriv Ultimate Diamond is a premium moisturising cream aimed at the mid to high-end beauty market. Pitched at the same sort of demographic as Crème de la Mer and Channel, it’s truly a luxury item. How does it compare, and is it any good?

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  1. IAmJustJack

    I know that skincare in general has a lot of marketibg bullshit but yes you DO need moisturizer. If moisturizer did nothing for people's skin then they wouldn't be coming back to buy it over and iver again

  2. IAmJustJack

    I know that skincare in general has a lot of marketibg bullshit but yes you DO need moisturizer. If moisturizer did nothing for people's skin then they wouldn't be coming back to buy it over and iver again

  3. Kerri Olkjer

    The marketing is strong with this one 😂🤣 My skin is completely horrible and I've been dabbling with the various anti aging ingredients. For lines, discoloration etc. Would be curious to know your take on serums, acids, vitamin c, retinols…

  4. Jean Moore

    I don't think I'd pay over £200 for a moisturiser, but that's just me, I'm a tight arse but if you can afford it then yeah spoil yourself, you work hard for it. I think money is better spent in a proven treatment like Tretinoin cream, this has over 20 years clinical research, this cream does actually roll back the years, I've been using for over 6 months now and I've already seen a real difference on my hooded eyes, it's tightened and smoothed my eye skin out, it can be harsh when you first start using as it tends to make you peel, but once your skin becomes acclimatised it does start to deliver real results. Could you do a review of it, I'd be really interested to hear your opinion, love how you tell it like it is. Obviously it would need to be over say a 6 month period but i think you would actually like the results.

  5. sarahwithstars

    over washing your skin removes all natural moisture which does need replacing- and if you work in healthcare you can't just wash less or avoid harsh alcohol products because you need to kill bugs

    Higher end products, especially chanel, ysl and Estee Lauder have signature scents that are added to their products which can be irritants to some people and there are cheaper supermarket brands that are actually 'cleaner' than these high end brands. Purer and more expensive ingredients, like truffle oil, are not always compounds that CAN be absorbed through the skin or even CAN be completely dispersed in oil yet are presented in emulsion form. Don't be blinded by scientific compounds because our skin is a barrier to the outside world and plenty of of the 'purest' and most expensive ingredients are molecules that cannot penetrate the skin sufficiently to effect renewal or the replenishing layers…many simply give illusion of moisture by slowing the release of dead skin cells (so it LOOKS less flaky)- which is bad for the skin and why weekly exfoliation is so important.

    So glad the cream felt indulgent though Danielle, because you deserve your self love in whatever guise you enjoy ❤💞

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