March 26, 2012

Fresh Elixir Ancien Oil

Argan Oil, Maracuja Oil…everyone is tapping into the trend of facial oils lately. They prove a hot commodity to those of us seeking the fountain of youth as what better way to keep our skin looking youthful than by adding more moisture to it.

But I’m not sure I’m willing to spend nearly $300 on a facial oil.

The new Fresh Elixir Ancien Oil is a whooping $260, this oil is handblended in a monastery to preserve the ancient tradition of oil therapy (seriously?). Elixir Ancien is a blend of pure oils and anti-aging extracts designed to help renew the complexion.

Ummm, computer says no, I can’t buy $260 facial oil.

What do you think?

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  • kimkats

    $260??? Only if they send along a personal monk to apply it to me every night!!!

  • msagkittykat

    I have this and used it for a short while, at night and I broke out horrible so I stopped using it. Personally no worth the $ there are cheaper things that work well.

  • stacey

    Geez! That is insane, I would, however like to see a video these “monks” hand blending the oil. Lol, I love Freshbut the price of this is redonk. They might as well said monkeys in the most distant lands made this and slapped $400 tag on it.