I was lucky enough to be invited to Harvey Nichols in Knightsbridge a while back for the launch of3LAB's Super Cream. Erica Chung, the co-founder of the brand talked to us about how she created the company with her husband David Chung and how they got to where they are now. She said she wanted to produce an anti-ageing skincare line to combat all signs of ageing, imperfections, wrinkles and uneven skintone.
She has used the most up to date cutting edge technology to create this range of high-end skincare. I say high-end as it costs £630 for a 50ml pot. Not exactly cheap. I was given this tub pictured to try out, and as it's worth £100 I have been using it sparingly as a night cream. It is lighter than I expected it to be and sinks in nicely and leaves behind a citrus/lemon scent.
Initial thoughts are that it did make my skin look and feel more radiant, and was a lovely treat to use at night, but I couldn't justify spending £630 on a face cream. But I would love to know, what price would you put on your skincare, and how much would you pay for a skincream?