“Magic Mirror on the wall, who now is the fairest one of all?”
Since from the first publication of Snow White in 1812, Queen Grimhilde was looking for the perfect skin product to be like her young stepdaughter, despite her beauty, she was reaching the secret to have a perfect white-soft skin.
Despite a lot of years passed, still today a lot of women like Grimhilde one are still researching the perfect skin and are still looking for the secret that is kept in Pandora Vase.
BUT…What is your price for beauty?Are you ready to be being the fairest one of all?
While we can find designer lipstick for 29$, or Top-of-the-line eyelash curler for 19$.
The price for eternal youth in a jar, it’s so expensive.
A lot of Luxury brand are trying to open the Pandora investing a lot of money in the research, trying to reach the right ingredient, the proper combination of formula to be Forever Young.
Here a list of the most expensive creams:
Cle de Peau Beaute Synactif Intensive Cream, $1000
At first glance, the ingredient list for this $739-per-ounce cream doesn’t look particularly unique. But mysterious acronyms abound, such as ACE, aka vitamin A, and MACC, which “strengthens the functions of lymphatic channels.”
La Prairie Cellular Cream Platinum Rare, $1000
Prairie’s Cellular Cream Platinum Rare contains the “most precious metalon earth.” Contrary to popular belief, at $588 per ounce, it’s not the most expensive or “over-priced” skin cream in the world — but it is more expensive than La Prairie’s other offerings.
Chanel Precision Sublimage Serum Essential RegeneratigCream,$375.
At $220 per ounce,Chanel’s most expensive cream contains Planifolia PFA, “an ultra-
pure, ultra- powerful ingredient created through an exclusive purification technique developed by Chanel”.
Guerlain Orchidee Imperiale Cream Next Generation, $410
Guerlain’s fancy moisturizer, about $241 per ounce, also relies on an extract derived from the seemingly magical fountain of youth that is the orchidee.
Chantecaille Nano Gold Energizing Cream, $420
Chantecaille’s golden-yellow-colored cream, about $247 per ounce, apparently binds nanoparticles of gold to silk microfiber (protein) to deliver “healing” benefits to the skin.
Sisley Sisleya Global Anti-Age Cream, $460
Using a heavy dose of retinol (vitamin A), Sisley’s $271-per-ounce moisturizer also contains a “vegetal extract rich in ursolic acid”