You don’t often think of skincare while eating fries with your best friend, but that’s the exact situation Hannah Choi of Allure found herself in. “I’m a sucker for good packaging”, said Hannah’s friend as she showed her one of Sunday Riley’s skincare products. Curious about her excitement over a blue oil, Hannah asked what the big deal was? Retinol her replied, retinol is a chemical used in many skincare products, however, more often than not this specific ingredient results in dried flaky skin and redness. Luna Sleeping oil, the product Hannah’s friend was talking about includes this ingredient, although two very important features separate good brands and great brands such as those of Sunday Riley. One, the packaging is important and Sunday Riley has this skill locked down. Instead of a dull medical looking tube, Sunday Riley’s product introduces vibrant colors and a name that catches your attention. Secondly is the ingredients themselves, the packaging is great, but without the right ingredient, it’s no better than the rest. What makes this retinol great for the skin is how its produced, using blue tansy oil (Which gives it the blue color) the skin is able to breathe which in turn prevents redness and dry skin.
Although priced at around $105 dollars per bottle (So Don’t spill any), consumers are getting some of the most high-quality ingredients on the market, in fact, other brands sell their versions for up to a thousand dollars! So, how does Sunday Riley afford to keep her products so affordable? Sunday Riley actually formulates her own products as she states that only she can make sure that her products are going to work and no cost cutting is happening. In fact, Sunday Riley offers her time to formulate her products for free, showing her not only her dedication to her business but to her fans that keep supporting her dreams.
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