I've often thought of skincare as a good investment - if my skin looks good I feel much better about myself overall. That said, choosing the right products can be a bit of a minefield especially when they've got a high price attached. If you're wondering which high end skincare to buy, these are three products that I think are really worth the price tag
Perricone MD Cold Plasma* - this is a lightweight serum designed to be used before moisturising at night. It has a weird, slightly fishy smell to it (that doesn't linger thankfully) but once you get past that your skin is going to love you for using this. Every night I use this I wake up glowing - so much so that other people have commented on it. I honestly can't recommend it enough. A little bit goes a long way so although a 30ml pot will set you back £120 it should last you 4-5 months. And trust me, you'll be glad you bought it.
Ole Henriksen Ultimate Lift Eye Gel* - this little wonder pot will have your eye area looking refreshed and revitalised in just a few applications. It's rare for me to see instant results with eye creams but this one gets to work immediately and after just a few days my eye area looked a lot less tired and fine lines were less visible. It's a lovely cooling gel which can be used morning or night and as it doesn't leave any kind of greasy residue, you can apply makeup after just a few minutes. This is one eye cream staying firmly on my repurchase list. £36 for 30ml
Antonia Burrell Pure Therapy Face Oil* - don't be deceived by the small size of this bottle; inside you'll find a super mix of oils that not only hydrate the skin but will leave you looking radiant and revitalised. I find this to be best used as a night treatment - apply one to two pumps to your hands and press gently into skin for the best effect. Despite the bottle only being 15 ml a little goes a long way and after two months I'm still going strong with mine. £58.80 for 15ml.
Which high end skincare products do you think are worth the high price tags?