BamDay is bothered…I’ve heard a ton of hype abut the Stages of Beauty Products. Their claims seem exaggerated, and since their products are on the more expensive side, I was wondering if there is any proof of effectiveness in their claims/ ingredients lists? In particular their moisturizer and serum for 20 yr olds.
The Right Brain replies:
Stages of Beauty does have an interesting marketing spin because they claim to be the first brand formulated according to your age. (I’m pretty sure this isn’t entirely true because I’ve seen other products segmented by age. I can’t recall any examples off the top of my head. Does anyone else out there remember any other age related product lines?) Of course the real question is do they have any differentiated technology that would make their products worth the price. Let’s take a look at the Stages of Beauty serum that BamDay asked about.
Stages of Beauty Radiance Antioxidant Serum ingredients
Purified Water (Aqua), Hyaluronic Acid, Aspalathus Linearis (Red Tea) Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Ethyhexylglycerin
The Beauty Brains bottom line
While we haven’t looked at the entire Stage of Beauty line, I certainly see no reason to spend $75 for 1 ounce of this serum.
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