I am surprised that for such a luxury brand, the Radiant Infusion bottle is made out of light green plastic instead of a heavy glass bottle. On the other hand, this makes it much lighter and easier to bring on a trip without weighing a ton.
I purchased this from the La Mer website a while back. I think it was $75USD at the time so prices have gone up since. La Mer claims this will deliver "radiance, clarity, pore-minimizing and tone on demand". The Radiant Infusion also has La Mer's exclusive Deconstructed Waters. I don't think this product has the famous seaweed extract that is included in Creme de La Mer.
The Radiant Infusion has a watery, gel-like texture. It takes two small pumps to cover my entire face. The product has a strong seaweed + lime fragrance that slightly lingers after application. Despite claiming to minimize pores and refine the skin's appearance, I found it to be quite the opposite. When using the Radiant Infusion, I find it slightly sticky on my face. I don't think this hydrates my skin or even out the skin tone. In fact, I break out every time I use this product. I wish I can find the ingredients list that came with the box to figure out what's causing all the little bumps.
Overall, I do not recommend La Mer's Radiant Infusion. This may be hydrating for those in extremely hot/humid weather, who prefer light gels over heavy creamy moisturizers. Unfortunately this product simply did not work for me. No matter how many times I try to use it, I always end up with little bumps all over my face and neck. I also did not find any positive changes to my skin in terms of pore minimizing, toning, or hydration as promised. At $95USD, you can surely find a hydrating mist or gel moisturizer at a much lower price point.
Bottom Line: Save yourself a pretty penny and skip this product. Despite all the promises, the Radiant Infusion is surely not a miracle product.
Have you tried this product? What are your thoughts?