Editor's Rating & Review
Known as "the $350 one" (or my mom's "precious") this emollient cream looks like it belongs in a museum. The glimmering jar comes in a gold box with illustrated directions on application via four-minute massage. Whether Chanel's "polyfractioning" technique, which isolates active ingredients from Madagascar vanilla orchids, really fights wrinkles is a mystery. But the cream hydrates and reflects light, making skin look instantly radiant. Potentially bothersome are a minutely greasy residue and vanilla-tinged, Chanel No.5 scent.
Chanel Precision Sublimage Essential Regenerating Cream Reviews
Chanel Regenerating CreamGood grief. $200. Who in their right mind would spend that on a facial cream. There are lots os good products out there with a good price and are effective - Philosophy, Hydroxatone, Murad. Nothing comes close to $200.00. — 1 year, 9 months agoCaroleVonAllten | 1396 reviews
expensiveexpensive and sooo NOT worth the price. Do youself a favor and use the oil of Olay product lines. Its ALOT cheaper and is much better. — 5 years, 1 month agoAmyB58 | 203 reviews
Oh my!I guess I'll never know if this is a good product or not, seriously, 350 freakin' dollars?! That is insane! — 1 year, 3 months agoLUCYGOOSEY74 | 14 reviews
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