Pick up a cosmetic cream of any sort for $10 and you expect modest results. Pay $100 or so and you expect it to be something pretty special to say the least, but what about when you pick something up for $600 or even $700? This is, after all, the kind of money that could be spent on cosmetic surgery, so what exactly can you expect from a cosmetic at this price? A miracle? Well, that’s precisely what the folks behind Forever Flawless are apparently promising with a range of super-luxury skincare products that retail for these kinds of prices. Needless to say, chances are you won’t be willing to hand over this kind of cash unless one or two strong assurances are made – thinking Forever Flawless has to make more than a few promises?
So, the question is, Will Forever Flawless justify its seriously high price tag, or is it something of a gimmick for big spenders that doesn’t actually measure up to much in the real world?
It’s pretty easy to explain why Forever Flawless costs so much – each of the products from the range contains diamond powder. And it’s not just put in there to make it sparkle or to impress by name alone – it’s said to be one of the best natural exfoliating agents in existence and can help boost the health and beauty of skin like nothing else on Earth. Each product has a slightly different makeup, but it’s generally a familiar tale of natural extracts and oils, which combine to help fight the signs of aging and promote youthful skin. But once again we have to question that price tag – is it really worth the money?
Well, it goes without saying that there aren’t many products out there today that contain diamond powder, so if it really is as good as it is supposed to be, Forever Flawless may be uniquely beneficial. What’s more, there are some good reviews out there to support its claims, the website makes buying safe and easy, and none of the ingredients that go into the range have been tested on animals. So high price or not, Forever Flawless really does have its real pluses.
Moving onto the negatives, things start to look decidedly less impressive when you find out that Forever Flawless is not supplied with any kind of money back guarantee. Seriously - $700 for a cosmetic and they don’t even cover your money if you aren’t happy with the results? And if this wasn’t bad enough, there’s no evidence that Forever Flawless has been clinically tested or scientifically verified as effective in any way. This isn’t the end of the world as far as most cosmetics are concerned, but at the same time most cosmetics don’t cost you $600+ to take home! As such, you have to accept that in this case, it’s a victory for the real minuses.
It’s clear that most of the case being built for Forever Flawless rests on the diamond powder it contains, but what about the rest of the ingredients? The rest of the ingredients can be found to the right.
Additional ingredients include: licorice root, castor seed oil, sesame seed oil, jojoba oil, avocado oil, MDI complex, vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin C.
It’s a simple conclusion on the whole – you simply cannot put this kind of money on the line for a product that isn’t in any way guaranteed and hasn’t even been tested in a clinical setting. With a price of $600 and upward, it is impossible to recommend Forever Flawless, diamond powder or not.