We always hear Spa products are “too expensive”.
It’s okay, we hear the same thing about Coach, Louis Vuitton and Restoration Hardware.
It doesn’t upset me to hear that Spa products are too expensive, to me that just means I represent something AMAZING!
But… Let’s talk about Spa product cost VS Store bought product cost.
We’ve all stood at the checkout counter at chain stores and have seen the individually wrapped masks with cute packaging for $2.50 a mask….and thought “ this is cheap”, right? You’ve probably picked one up…..right? It’s ok if you have, everyone has bought one….after all it’s only $2.50!
What did it do for your skin? Did you notice any results? NO, be honest, you didn’t! Why? Because lack of consistency.
Why? Because using something once does not do anything, just like if you go to the gym one time, do you see muscle that night? NO! If you start a diet today the odds are you won’t see results for at least a week.
Now, let’s take this a bit further…Let’s say you use this twice a day for a year, you might see “some” results however the cost would add up to $1,825.00, and that is only for the mask!!!!!
No cleanser, toner, eye cream, night cream, day cream, SPF, BUT most of all it’s NOT clinically tested!!!!! There are no known ingredients that are proven to improve your skin. It really is a mask… it’s “masking” the problem. A one size fits all….FYI each individuals skin needs its own regimen.
Now let’s get to the good stuff and talk about Spa skincare.
Let’s debunk the whole “too expensive” theory. First and foremost Spa skincare has been clinically tested not only for its performance BUT to also make sure it is safe to use on the skin. Spa products are highly effective and result driven which in turn requires less usage of product, therefore they last LONGER! They also penetrate directly into the skin so there is no waste of the product sitting on top of the skin. Sitting on top of the skin does NOTHING but wash or wear off. Spa skin care is NOT a one size fits all because each individual’s skin requires an individual evaluation and product recommendation…. Also your skin may need a different regimen for each different season.
Lastly, in order for a mask to work properly the skin must first be cleansed with a professional cleanser to remove the dirt and debris without being abrasive and removing the skins natural oils. Your daily ritual SHOULD consist of a cleanser, toner, eye cream , and a day cream-not just a mask. But most of all CONSISTENCY!
For less than $1,825.00 we could set you up with your cleanser, toner, eye cream, day cream, and a mask for a YEAR!
Spending $1,825.00 a year on JUST a mask doesn’t sound so cheap does it?