Saturday, October 27th, 2007


La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Cream (Limited Edition): The most extravagant gift you can give your face.

La Prairie, a name synonymous with luxury, reinvents utter indulgence, bringing the ultimate in luxury to unprecedented heights with Skin Caviar Luxe Cream. When only the utmost in luxury will do, La Prairie offers the answer: the supremely elegant experience of lifting and firming in a limited-edition size jar, when a little is simply not enough.

Skin Caviar Luxe Cream is a superior concentration of caviar extracts, unique sea proteins, phytotherapy and bioengineering technologies. Your senses feel caressed by an extravagant gift of energy and moisture, beyond ordinary luxury into the ultimate Caviar experience. This experience allows lifted, illuminated satin to replace the tired skin of moments ago. 5.2 oz.

Now, I know La Prairie is a pricey skincare line; one most mortals cannot afford to try nor fall in love with. This is a special holiday edition size (5.2 oz), and the price tag? Oh, a mere $900.00! So let me ask you dear readers, have any of you tried La Prairie’s products? What was your experience? I keep thinking for $900.00, why don’t I save up for a face lift? Botox?

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8 thoughts on “La Prairie – Holiday 2007 – Switzerland Luxury Skincare

  1. tanya

    That is some serious crack smokn’

    I would venture to guess that those who buy this have done the facelift and botox and everything else to try and turn back the clock and is looking for something they can do daily. Which is still total crack smokn insane.

  2. tricia

    there is a small sample in the november 07 issue of harpers bazaar magazine. i removed it form my mag but have not tried it yet. also the sample is so small i dont think anyone would be able to see a difference.

  3. Holy crap, $900 buys a sh*t load of Lipglasses, that’s for sure.

    And I thought my $37 bottle of Shiseido sunscreen was a bad habit in the making.

  4. Tekoa

    To quote makeup review book Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me by Paula Begoun (pg 641) conserning Skin Caviar Luxe Cream “If you were going to spend an unseemly amount of money to get a great skin care product, choosing this incredibly mundane formulation would not be the way to do it.”

    Overall review conclusion is the product is average, mind bogglingly expensive and we’re better off eating caviar on toast than putting it on our skin.