I’ve been holding out on y’all. Not on purpose, though.

Just now, I was searching around the blog – taking inventory, if you will, of what products I’ve tested thus far. When I went looking for my glowing review of Atopalm’s MLE Cream, it was nowhere to be found.

I must have told so many people about this miraculous moisturizer that I tricked myself into thinking I had reviewed it on Spoiled Pretty. But, alas, I did not – so here’s the 411, without further ado.

There’s nothing special or sexy about the packaging, fragrance (it’s unscented), or name of this cream. But what I absolutely adore about this moisturizer is that Atopalm obviously put all of its resources into making a stellar product, rather than clever marketing.

Do you have dry skin? Do you suffer from dry flakes, no matter how much you moisturize? Is your skin extremely sensitive? Is rosacea your skin’s arch nemesis? Got a nasty case of eczema? Then you need to get this wonder cream!

Atopalm MLE Cream has plant-derived ingredients to aid in the replenishment of natural skin lipids to form a protective barrier against the elements. It also helps prevent the over evaporation of the skin’s own moisture. And it helps in restoring the skin barrier depleted by microdermabrasion, facial peels, and other harsh treatments. It can be used on both the face and the body, is suitable for adults and children, and is side-effect free!

MLE Cream is the only moisturizer that quenched my perpetually parched face this winter. It fully hydrated my skin without turning greasy, even hours later.

Atopalm products are available at Amazon.com, CVS.com, and SkinStore.com.

5 Comments on I’ve Been Holding Out On Y’all

  1. Sharon
    April 11, 2008 at 3:48 PM (10 years ago)

    What is the difference between a moisturizer and a serum?
    Are they the same / different?

  2. Daneen :)
    April 11, 2008 at 4:06 PM (10 years ago)

    A serum isn’t the same as a moisturizer. Moisturizers, as the name implies, deliver moisture to the skin. A serum is a concentrated treatment that delivers ingredients – such as retinols, vitamins, or peptides – into your skin. Serums are usually lightweight and fast-absorbing, so that they can be layered under other products without interfering with them.

  3. Girl-Woman
    April 12, 2008 at 2:17 PM (10 years ago)

    You got one on me. With dry skin, I thought I had tried every product out there. I am ordering this today. Thanks for the information.

  4. Sharon
    April 12, 2008 at 2:29 PM (10 years ago)

    Thanks for your reply! Where can I get more information on the various types of moisturizers, to decide on the one suiting my skin type?

  5. Karen
    May 8, 2008 at 6:54 PM (10 years ago)

    Only a true professional in the beauty biz would know about this little treasure (AtoPalmMLE) for dry skin. Great job Daneen! Oh and by the way, (for those of you who don’t want the richer cream form) you can get AtoPalm in a lighter weight lotion as well.