The same time I received the Elizavecca 3 Step Sheet Mask I was also offered the Dr. Lola Crème de Fer by BBCOSMETIC for reviewing purpose. Changing the apartment really makes reviewing things a hassle, but almost done with the main furniture and stuff…so here is my impression:
It was the first tine for me hearing about the brand Dr. Lola. I have no real information about the brand either except I saw a bunch of sheet masks that were sold by this brand. I was a bit confused first, too, because I thought the Dr. Lola Crème de Fer is a skin care product and then suddenly after using it for the first time it came to me that this cannot be skin care but a makeup primer :D Don’t ask me why I was confused but maybe it was the iron depicted on the packaging. I directly connected wrinkles and anti-wrinkle care to it.
Dr. Lola Crème de Fer comes in a pink box with some illustrations and ornaments. There is mainly Korean description but also some short English direction, which says to use a rice grain amount of the product and apply it on target areas.
The ingredients of the Dr. Lola Crème de Fer are also listed on the cardboard box:
Ingredients: Water, Sodium Silicate, Citric Acid,Acetyl-Hexapeptide-8, Magnesium Aluminium Silicate, Phenoxyethanol, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Ammonium Acryloyldimethylaurate/VP Crosspolymer, Coptis Japonica Root Extract, Phelodendron Amurense Bark Extract, Astragalus Membranaceus Root Extract, Scutellaria Balkalensis Root Extract, Polygonatum Odoratum Extract, Cl 77491, Cl77492,Adenosine, Fragnance
The ingredients can be checked via COSDNA. It is pretty short and I’m quite positively surprised. All of the ingredients are either green or yellow flagged, while the yellows are only for 2 ingredients (and one maybe).
The inside if the Dr. Lola Crème de Fer Box is also really beautiful. There is a semi-transparent sheet with short description in golden print. Below you will find the product that comes in a syringe type dispenser.
Below you will find that the product comes in a syringe type dispenser, and since it is designed to blur out your wrinkles and pores the syringe is the perfect dispenser for the small amount that you will need. Of course there is no needle though!
The balm-type primer has a beige/orange color and has to be blended in very thoroughly so the orange tint blends into you skin tone. It has a blurring effect on the skin and makes it appear more matte and smooth.
You can see the effect in the picture below aswell. Although in the same focus the lines appear more blurry, but do not disappear completely.
Dr. Lola Crème de Fer does a good job in blurring out the finer lines of the skin. It is not my first choice for covering up enlarged pores or deeper lines though. I found the Innisfree No-Mineral Blur or the Benefit Porefessional Primer more effective. Also I found that you needed to rub this primer more thoroughly than the others I mentioned, otherwise the orange stain is minimal visible – at least for my eyes! You will find some Dr. Lola products on BBCOSMETIC >>here<<, but I didn’t spot the Crème de Fer there, unfortunately. If you get to know we’re it is available let me know in the comments so I can add the information.
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Just as a short reminder: All products mentioned and reviewed on this blog are of my personal opinions. This product here was sent to me for reviewing purpose by http://bbcosmetic.com/ which doesn’t influence me in providing my honest opinion on the products.