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La Mer 2020 Advent Calendar – Available Now!


The 2020 La Mer The Twelve Days of Luminous Hydration Advent Calendar is available now! 



‘Tis the season for luminous, head-to-toe luxury. From rich radiance to soothing hydration, this indulgent countdown calendar offers a different Miracle Broth-infused™ treatment for each of the 12 days. A limited-edition keepsake box provides a festive finishing touch for the ultimate extravagance.


The Box: La Mer The Twelve Days of Luminous Hydration Advent Calendar

The Cost: $470

The Products: 12 La Mer samples

  • The Cleansing Foam 30ml
  • The Replenishing Oil Exfoliator 15ml
  • The Intensive Revitalizing Mask 15ml
  • The Revitalizing Hydrating Serum 5ml
  • The Regenerating Serum 5ml
  • The Lifting and Firming Mask 7ml
  • The Eye Concentrate 5ml
  • The Renewal Oil 5ml
  • The Lip Volumizer 7ml
  • The Body Crème 30ml
  • The Moisturizing Soft Cream 15ml
  • Crème de la Mer 15ml.


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Posted in Advent Calendars 2020, Beauty Advent Calendars, Beauty Advent Calendars 2020, Subscription Box News| 22 comments

Comments (22)

  1. I know there are a lot of negative comments about this one, so please don’t bite my head off. But I have to say that I adore several La Mer products. The Creme de la Mer isn’t for me- I have combo skin and it doesn’t work well (although I sometimes use it as a thicker cream under my eyes). But the Soft Creme is fantastic and is one of my HG skin care items. I also love the Eye Concentrate, and the Renewal Oil is one of the only oils I can use that doesn’t cause my skin to break out.

    I think that the “samples” in the description is a bit misleading. Several of these items are full sized/ sold as full size on the La Mer website (Creme de la Mer and Soft Creme are $95 ea, and the Lip Volumizer is $80 and only comes in the 7 ml size).

    The retail value of the calendar is around $600, which isn’t really a bargain unless you’ll use the vast majority of the items. Plus, $470 is a hefty price tag, especially if you’re not already in love with at least some of the products.

    It’s currently showing sold out at Sak’s, and isn’t available on the La Mer website.

  2. Just can’t comprehend it…especially after I found that Nivea Creme was recommended as a dupe for Creme de la Mer and tried it and it is damn close (I rec’d some of the Creme de la Mer as a bonus sample in one of my sub boxes). Also seeing some CdlMer products discounted online at Costco and TJMaxx.

  3. I’m just here for the comments on this nonsense. La meh. Yes, thank you.

  4. Well, lawdy, I’m thinking I’ll just have to grab me a dozen or so..


    • I’m too busy clutching my pearls and considering the logistics of a good old fashioned swoon. But I thought about thinking about it. I’m just sure I’ll find the strength for the whole La Meh (La Meh is an original created by another commenter, Sandra, who should immediately trademark the name) thing after thinking about the swoon that’ll never happen do to pure laziness.


  5. Hahahahaha. No.

  6. Wow. I have no words for this. I will be surprised if they sell any!

  7. Should be called La Meh. Just ordinary stuff with some fermented seaweed thrown in. Even the packaging isn’t so hot. I’ve never understood why anyone would fall for this pretentious, ludicrously overpriced brand.

    • Right; their formulas seem so dated compared to a lot of other, CHEAPER brands!

    • La Meh – I love it! Thank you!

    • Now every time I see the brand, ‘La Meh ‘ will be the first thing on my mind! That’s some brilliant name making skills .

  8. La Mer can miss me with that damn price. Bye Girl Bye!!

  9. It’s La Mer, you peons- a gift from the gods! (sarcasm)

    I don’t think that their products are worth all the hype. I’ve used some of their cremes and they are just okay. They want you to pay almost $500 for some samples? They couldn’t slip a full sized product or two in the mix?

    They must be out of their minds.

  10. Ummmm, that’s a big La NO on the price for me. This brand has always been just hype and I don’t think anyone actually believes it is a luxury brand. Plus, all reports I’ve heard have been meh on its results.

  11. Oh my!

  12. People always go bananas whenever they get a La Mer creme in their beauty boxes. I use it on my feet.

    • hehe



    Are you effing kidding me? $470 for twelve samples? Yeah, no. There is no way La Mer is worth all of that. I’ve been using The Ordinary No Brainer kit, but with Youthquake face cream, and my skin has never looked better. I’ll stick to that.

  14. Lol, what a price. Saving my bucks for full size items for much, much less from other brands.

  15. That’s like 40 bucks per sample. Holy Sample Price, Batman. Uhm. Hard pass.

  16. Sweet Baby Jesus! These Calendar’s have gotten more, and more pricey! 470.00 for 12 Samples. I am not even going to try to act rich and posh. That is ridiculous!

    • I mean la mer is just famously expensive

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