So yeah. Plunking down $1,000 for a pot of face cream isn't in the realm of possibility for most women. But luxe line La Prairie wants you to know that yes, they do produce more affordable products. In fact, the skincare range starts at a swallow-able $75.
That's why the Swiss beauty company is offering deluxe complimentary samples, available at La Prairie counters in department stores like Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue. These trial tubes and jars of eye and face products last five to seven days, so you can actually decide whether or not they're worth the investment.
We think spending a little cash on a skincare product that lasts for several months is justifiable, as long as you feel like it's working. So now you'll know--long before you spend any money.