So I’m at the Tom Ford Beauty counter last night … and two ladies from Fresh come to talk to me as I’m leaving. They’re holding this little bottle in one hand, and some kind of serum in the other hand. They start to talk to me about Fresh Elixir Ancien:
Okay, why have I not heard of this before? Turns out, it’s exclusive to Neiman Marcus, unless you get it from Fresh directly. That explains a lot, since my regular time spent with Fresh is at my local Sephora store. AND it turns out that one of the women who was explaining this to me, used to work at my local Sephora, and remembered me…
Anyway, back to the Elixir. It’s made by monks (seriously) and is all Omegas (3,6,7 and 9… I didn’t even know there WAS an Omega 7). They tell me to put a couple of drops in with my regular mositurizer and see what happens.
Now, I’m a huge skeptic when it comes to skin care. Because I make my own, I know that a lot of skin care claims are more fiction than fact. But they give me a sample and I decide to give a whirl.
I put it on last night (one drop) with my regular moisturizer and OMG! I woke up this morning and a pimple that’s been plaguing me for the last 3 days (with seemingly no end in sight) is flat. What? Seriously? Seriously!
That’s the good news. The bad news is… this stuff is $250. Ummm… okay. We’re going to need to think about this for a minute.
So while I ponder whether to plunk down the dough for this little elixir, you can find out more about it from the folks at Fresh directly.