Guerlein is a world famous French perfume company that has been making perfume and other cosmetic products since 1828. As one of the oldest companies in its industry, Guerlein is considered an extremely prominent and high-quality brand within its industry and it serves consumers all over the world. Guerlein originally got its start with perfume however today they make a variety of other cosmetic products for both men and women alike. The perfume and cosmetic industry is known to be extremely profitable as many cosmetic goods cost very little to produce but are often sold for much higher prices. In addition to that cosmetic goods are extremely popular, especially among women. Since Guerlein is such a well known company, we are going to examine the most expensive products they currently sell. Guerlein produces many different kinds of perfumes, skin creams, lip stick, eye shadow, and cologne however one particular line of their products are their most expensive, and all of our items on our list come from that line: The Orchidée Impériale Line.
The Orchidée Impériale Line is a line of anti-aging skin products that Guerlein produces. The fountain of youth has been sought after by many civilizations during history, and while these skin products won’t make you live longer, they will make your skin look younger. Guerlein selected 3 orchids out of 30,000 and a special orchid known as the “Gold Orchid” to make the Orchidée Impériale Line. Guerlein advertises that these products help regenerate cell life in the skin, so it should be no surprise why this line is so expensive. Here are the most expensive products in that line:
5. The Mask – $375
The Orchidée Impériale Mask is a small 2.5 oz bottle that is meant to be applied to the face via a brush. It is then meant to be left on the face for some time, like all other masks. During this time the cream mask with orchid butter is meant to revitalize the face while providing the user with sensations of “relaxation and comfort”. Guerlein says this product should be used once or twice a week at night for the best results.
4. The Rich Cream – $445
At $445 dollars for a 1.7 oz bottle, Orchidée Impériale The Rich Cream comes in at number 4 on our list. This cream is meant to be applied to weak and dry skin. Once applied the “Golden Orchid Technology” begins and is meant to heal the skin while retaining “density, firmness, and elasticity”.
3. The White Serum – $480
Next up on the list is the White Serum in the Orchidée Impériale Line. This serum comes in a 1 oz bottle and is meant to bring luminosity and “life” back to skin using a concoction made from white orchid plants. Guerlein exclaims that the White Serum “targets key genes involved with the skins pigmentation and luminosity”. However these claims are only backed by in-vitro studies (i.e. the cells changed exhibited a change in a petri dish).
2. The Longevity Concentrate – $500
The one ounce bottle of the Longevity Concentrate is the next item on our list of most expensive Guerlein products. This product is a concentrated version of their “Imperial Orchid Molecular Extract” that is supposed to make your skin look younger. This concentrate can be added to other products in the Orchidée Impériale Line to boost their effectiveness or to be used on its own.
1. The Orchidée Impériale Treatment – $1,520
At $1,520 dollars the Orchidée Impériale Treatment is the most expensive item that Guerlein produces. The Orchidée Impériale Treatment is a product that is meant to be used over the course of 4 weeks. The product is made of the patented Gold Orchid technology and other dermatological ingredients that is meant to make your skin beautiful, radiant, and as fresh as ever. The product is said to straighten out wrinkles and heal dead and dry skin. The Treatment is split into 2 phases: The Renew Phase destroys imperfect cells to help with the production of newer, younger, and healthier cells while the Revitalize Phase “constructs younger cell tissues to consolidate the architecture and substance of the skin”. Guerlein recommend this product be used twice a year, so be prepared to shell out $3,000 dollars for this.
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