Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

La Mer Launches The Regenerating Serum

The Max Huber Research Labs have created The Regenerating Serum, La Mer’s new anti-aging powerhouse. Four years and hundreds of hours of lab work in the making, this ultra-luxe elixir is the result of the combined effort of physicists, marine botanists and biologists around the world. Not only does it contain a high concentration of La Mer’s proprietary Miracle Broth™, but it also includes the new Regenerating Ferment™, derived from marine plant stem cells.

Selected for its vigor and ability to withstand and resist stress, the stem cells of a marine plant Eryngium Maritimum are harvested and grown in a lab through sustainable processes. The cultivated cells and the liquid that contains them are then fermented, using sono-chemistry that helps to boost the activity of the ingredients to create The Regenerating Ferment™. It’s a process similar to that which Dr. Max Huber pioneered when he created its predecessor, the Miracle Broth™ in Crème de la Mer.

The Regenerating Ferment™ helps skin trigger its natural production of collagen, elastin and other “youth proteins,” harnessing the power of the skin’s ability to renew its appearance. In a day, skin looks rejuvenated. With continued use, the appearance of lines, wrinkles and pores is radically diminished for a seemingly ageless look. And this multi-action serum accomplishes all of these feats with a lightweight suspension formula that’s friendly to all skin types.

Key Ingredients

  • Miracle Broth™: The original fermented elixir, known for its healing energies, developed by Dr. Max Huber.
  • The Regenerating Ferment™: A new bio-ferment containing potent marine plant stem cells. The Regenerating Ferment™ assists in the skin’s renewal, helping support its natural structure, restore its integrity and protect it from external aggressors.
  • The Marine Peptide Ferment: An anti-age marine algae and peptide complex which helps firm the look of skin and boost its natural collagen production, reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
  • Colloidal Gold: A skincare super-conductor that effectively delivers skin smoothing, firming and anti-irritant benefits to the skin.
  • Lime Tea: A unique lime peel extraction, and one of Dr. Huber’s original ingredients included in Crème de la Mer—a perfect antioxidant companion to the Miracle Broth™.

The Regenerating Serum (1 oz.) will retail for $250.00 and be available in March 2010 at select Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and www.lamer.com.

Any of you excited for the addition of The Regenerating Serum to La Mer’s range?

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15 thoughts on “La Mer Launches The Regenerating Serum

  1. Sixx

    Luckily strangers still think I’m 10+ years younger than I really am or I’d be first in line to get this. For now I’ll let other consumers test it out first and see if it’s as good as it sounds.

  2. No way. I can’t justify my entire month’s light bill on some serum. ^_^

  3. Nadine

    Holey crap. $250 for an OUNCE! I’ll be passing, thank you!

  4. LuvJ

    ouch.. 1oz at 250? I have tried and loved the original creme.. so pricey though.. but it did my skin wonders.

  5. sydney

    do you know how many different anti-aging serums you could get for 250???

  6. nicci

    Tried La Mer products and didn’t notice any difference :-( Tried two products for a year and used the rest of the products just so it would not be wasted. And $250 for such a small amount? pass….

  7. Brooke

    Given that the original La Mer cream has been shown to be identical to Nivea, I think I will just wait until someone analyzes this one and figures out its drug store equivalent, too.

  8. Jackers

    That price is my gas bill, electric bill and cable bill combined. Actually, I think it might be more. Yeah, pass.

  9. I’m definitely interested! This seems like a serum for those who are not ready for the lifting face serum, like myself :)

  10. AnGeLwInGz

    The ingredients sound like something I would scrape off the glass of my fish tank LOL. If I’ve learned anything about skin care products it’s that discussing your options with a dermatologist is the best way to go before spending hundreds on a cream or serum. I spent hundreds on various products for years until my derm told me to wash with Dove beauty bar and moisturize with Neutrogena oil-free lotion. 6 weeks and $10 later my skin looks great.

  11. LOL. If I’m going to spend $250 for an ounce of something, it had better be able to make me see flying rainbow ponies.

  12. Leslie

    Read with a little bit of focus, Ladies. This is NOT a creme; it’s a serum, which lasts a long, long, long time. And, as a serum, this is a step above (not below) the lifting face serum. Go to a La Mer counter and request a trial sample. Use a tiny amount (it spreads evenly, and only a drop is needed to cover a substantial area).

    I decided to step away from La Mer for awhile to save money. I saved money. My skin still looks better than average. However, it’s not in nearly the great condition it was in when La Mer was consistently used. I thought, “surely the cheaper brands have some benefits”, and they do. They’ll get you through the decade. You can hydrate your skin successfully and even plump out your wrinkles. But, if you want to effect a change in your skin, you should investigate La Mer.