The Most Lavish Cosmetics and Skin Care Products Jan 13, 2016 by Sarah (Day Styles)
With the amount of pressure that people feel to keep their appearance looking youthful, it’s no wonder the cosmetic industry is a multi-billion-dollar industry. There are products in everyone’s price range, but some of the most expensive beauty products in the world (including creams infused with 24-karat gold or caviar) are going to run you a small fortune.
Crème de la Mer
This is the original crème produced by La Mer produced. It contains a trademarked secret ingredient, and celebrities and beauty fans all swear by the effectiveness of the treatment. The cream will run you about $150 per ounce, or you can purchase the 16.5-ounce jar for $1900.
La Prairie Platinum Rare Cellular Cream
The La Prairie Platinum Rare Cellular Cream has a price tag of $1228 because it’s infused with one of the most expensive precious metals in the world, platinum. La Prairie promises that the platinum protects recharges your skin cells and prevents the DNA from aging. If that’s the case, maybe it’s a fair price.
Clive Christian X Pure Perfume
The Clive Christian X Pure Perfume is over $2200 per bottle (depending on the size). Clive Christians describes the perfume as a sexy, modern fragrance and the bottles are handmade crystal with a stopper plated in silver and gold. Still, it must be one magnificent scent for that price!
Guerlain Orchidée Impériale
The Orchidee Imperiale comes as a set and each contains five different vials of liquid that you’re supposed to drink. Each liquid promises to help fix a different skin problem. They recommend that customers use the kit twice per year for optimal results, and each kit runs for $1953! That’s some treatment.
Guerlain KissKiss Gold and Diamond Lipstick
Guerlain produces another pricy item, a tube of lipstick made entirely of 18-karat gold and encrusted with 199 diamonds. The price? About $62,000, but as a bonus they do offer free lipstick refills for customers. You would need a lot of refills to make that worth it.
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