August 9, 2021
5 Outrageously Expensive Skin Care Products
Ever wonder what type of skin care products celebrities or rich people use? No? Just me? Every time I use a moisturizer or serum, I always wonder if there’s a version of it out there that works 100x better. But then I start thinking if it works 100x better, it must be 100x more expensive, right? In most cases, yes. Below are 5 bank breaking luxury skin care items that promise to transform your skin more than your average products.
This luxurious cream is soothes and heals dry skin. It’s infused with Miracle Broth, a healing elixir that heals skin with “sea-sourced renewing energies”. The key to activating this healing elixir is to warm it up in your hand or fingers until it appears translucent then press it into your skin.
It also has lime tea infused in it which is a super powerful antioxidant that protects against stress and free radicals aka pollution.
This cream goes for $2,400 for the 16oz jar or $335 for the 2oz jar.
This 5 Star serum is infused with platinum to help the skin maintain its electrical balance. I honestly have zero clue what that means or how that works but it sounds cool. This serum works to preserve any youthfulness while restoring your natural moisture barrier. Also mixed in are tensing agents that tighten, firm, and brighten your skin.
You can purchase 1oz of this serum for $805 😱
This luxury cream works at the cellular level to boost the production of glutathione, hyaluronic acid, and collagen, all things that slow or treat signs of aging. If you’re not worried about any signs of aging and just want a good night cream that plumps the skin, adds moisture, evens and brightens the skin, it does that as well.
“The formula works by utilizing rare Diamond particles that slip below your outer layer of skin to deliver the brand’s firming and tightening NAC Y² formula.”
You can find this cream at most luxury department stores for $995.
This brand found inspiration in the Antarctic Ocean and produced an exclusive recipe called the Glacial BioExtract. This extract boosts the skin’s natural elastin production which reduces puffiness and dark circles. It’s also been known to stop and treat any aging in the eye area. How much does it go for? $615 for both the eye cream and the serum.
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