The Most Expensive Facials in the World

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This new year, you need to refresh. Start 2017 by scheduling an appointment for one of the most expensive facials in the world.

Oh, it’s so cold outside! At MacDonald Highlands, we’re happy that it’s beginning to feel like winter, but does it have to be this cold? It’s so damaging to the facial skin. It’s time like this we wish there were a spa in the MacDonald Highlands real estate office.

There is a spa over at the DragonRidge athletic center, but if we did have our own spa in the office, we would have some of these most expensive facials in the world readily available.

THE MOST EXPENSIVE FACIALS IN THE WORLD

LA MER SKIN CREAM

It’s an oldie, but goodie. La Mer skin cream, marketed at Creme de le Mer, claims to reduce wrinkles, firm the face, and make the skin radiant without clogging pores. Famous for its use of sea kelp, the largest jar of this cream will set you back 2,000 dollars.

If you want to create one of the most expensive facial masks, you can get creative with La Mer. Mix a scoop of it with organic honey and avocado for one of the expensive facials in the world. Let it sit on the face for 10-15 minutes, wipe away, and rinse for skin that’s like butter.

SHINE BRIGHT LIKE A DIAMOND… AND RUBY

Creating your own exfoliating cream is as simple as mixing sugar and a nutrient rich oil like olive oil. However, some fancy people in the world were not pleased by this combination.  One of them was Scott-Vincent Borba.

He created one the most expensive luxury facial routine in the world. He mixed together real crushed rubies and diamonds into a paste and rubbed it over the face of the most exclusive people in the world. You can experience the luxurious life for a solid 7,000 dollars.

THE BEE VENOM FACIAL

We had to verify if someone would put actual bee venom on their face. A royal example exists. One of the most expensive skin care products in the world includes diluted bee venom in a mixture of shea butter, lavender oil, and exotic honey. Costing around a gentle price of half a hundred thousand dollars, this luxury facial treatment markets itself as “natural botox,” smoothing and firming the face. Hopefully, the bee venom lessens puffiness instead of causing it.   

THE BEST REAL ESTATE IN THE WORLD

We may not have diamond and ruby facials available in our real estate office, but we have something else to offer. MacDonald Highlands has the best real estate in Las Vegas, Nevada, along with the best community amenities unmatched anywhere else. Start 2017 off by finding a new home today.

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