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Is Isomers getting out of control on pricing ???

Another new serum $135 blue diamond. another $175 , don't get me wrong i would pay it if it works , but it just seems all of a sudden these crazy high prices , also the pur life $245.

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I really like Isomers. And yes, their pricing is getting too high.imuse Skinn and Dr. Denese also.

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I like the products, but they are getting too expensive, I rarely buy anything anymore. I like Algenist and Dr. Denese, IMO is as effective.

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Diamond Blue Says it has diamond powder in it. Wonder what that's suppose to do for your skin? Wonder what the price will be during her shows?

I have been using her Glutathisome in the morning with the Matrixyl-4 cream & using the RPur with Matrixyl-4 serum & cream with deep crease cream at night. When I'm not using the RPur I use the Accelerated Recovery serum.

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And to add insult to injury in most states we now have to add tax to our Evine orders!!

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Re: Is Isomers getting out of control on pricing ???

I think they have finally "jumped the shark!"

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Rant alert rant alert! lol Here goes.

 

I'm disappointed by this new gimicky faux luxury direction Isomers seems to be headed in. Everyone knows diamonds, caviar, orchids, and gold have no valid skincare benefit. They're not toxic, but they don't actually do anything. Pretending they're effective is lame and the exact opposite of what I liked about Isomers.

 

Some people may buy into it, thinking these must be better than the Matrixyl Serum or the All in One series since the set looks and sounds more premium. But if I wanted that sort of experience, I'd go to Saks or Norstroms and blow $300, $500+ on caviar and truffle whatevers. Those types of products have been around for donkey's years.

 

This is all really condescending, in my opinion. As if we are going to sit there imagining Kardashian types scarfing up caviar and gold dusted donuts amid dewy orchid pots, rubbing blue diamond rollers all over their faces--wishing we could have some small part of it for our own, desperate to buy. Manuela and Evine buyers, back down to Earth please, asap.

 

This is what is in the Diamond Serum:

Aqua/Water/Eau, Acrylates Copolymer, Pseudoalteromonas Ferment Extract, Acetyl sh-Pentapeptide-35, Diamond Powder, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Allantoin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, VP/Polycarbamyl Polyglycol Ester, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Silica, Xanthan Gum, Hydroxyacetophenone, Hydrolyzed Sesame Protein PG-Propyl Methylsilanediol.

 

You can try the Skinn Diamond Dusted mask if you desire the experience of diamond powder or Acetyl sh-Pentapeptide-35. The Skinn mask at least contains additional ingredients that can perform, and it's only $35 right now.

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Re: Is Isomers getting out of control on pricing ???

Not just pricing. Now it seems there is some new, magical product at every visit.  I feel the number of products they sell is getting ridiculous. 

 

I was also disappointed with the addition of fragrance to the orchid products. I am allergic to perfumed skincare - no matter how light or refreshing - and I hope this is not a new trend for Isomers.

 

 

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@Porcelain wrote:

Rant alert rant alert! lol Here goes.

 

I'm disappointed by this new gimicky faux luxury direction Isomers seems to be headed in. Everyone knows diamonds, caviar, orchids, and gold have no valid skincare benefit. They're not toxic, but they don't actually do anything. Pretending they're effective is lame and the exact opposite of what I liked about Isomers.

 

Some people may buy into it, thinking these must be better than the Matrixyl Serum or the All in One series since the set looks and sounds more premium. But if I wanted that sort of experience, I'd go to Saks or Norstroms and blow $300, $500+ on caviar and truffle whatevers. Those types of products have been around for donkey's years.

 

This is all really condescending, in my opinion. As if we are going to sit there imagining Kardashian types scarfing up caviar and gold dusted donuts amid dewy orchid pots, rubbing blue diamond rollers all over their faces--wishing we could have some small part of it for our own, desperate to buy. Manuela and Evine buyers, back down to Earth please, asap.

 

This is what is in the Diamond Serum:

Aqua/Water/Eau, Acrylates Copolymer, Pseudoalteromonas Ferment Extract, Acetyl sh-Pentapeptide-35, Diamond Powder, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Allantoin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, VP/Polycarbamyl Polyglycol Ester, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Silica, Xanthan Gum, Hydroxyacetophenone, Hydrolyzed Sesame Protein PG-Propyl Methylsilanediol.

 

You can try the Skinn Diamond Dusted mask if you desire the experience of diamond powder or Acetyl sh-Pentapeptide-35. The Skinn mask at least contains additional ingredients that can perform, and it's only $35 right now.


Other than the diamoind dust nothing new or special in there, water is first ingredient, the Pseudo ingredient is Antarcticine, been around for years now, Allantoin been around for years, a derivative of aluminum.

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Re: Is Isomers getting out of control on pricing ???

I have heard about Isomers for years and would like to try some of the products, but I won't pay that even if it does work.