People are becoming more educated than ever about the aging process, and they still want to prevent and reduce wrinkles. However, due to financial constraints, it's not easy to open up the wallet and spend hundreds of dollars each month in order to do so
Key Largo, Florida (PRWEB) April 22, 2009
With an economic crisis limiting disposable income in many households, skin care companies are going to great lengths in order to conduct business. One company has customers raving after launching a free anti-aging wrinkle cream. Unlike many other anti-aging product promotions advertised as free, this offer has absolutely no strings attached.
One company has come to grips with the fact that many consumers can't afford the high-priced anti-aging products. Knowing that many baby boomers and retirees who consume anti-aging products have seen their savings and retirement plans shrink, they understand skin care budgets are not as high as they once were. "People are becoming more educated than ever about the aging process, and they still want to prevent and reduce wrinkles. However, due to financial constraints, it's not easy to open up the wallet and spend hundreds of dollars each month in order to do so," said Michael de St. Aubin, a company spokesman.
Understanding the majority of their customers have their hands tied financially led to the launch of an anti-aging wrinkle cream - absolutely free of charge. "Unlike many of the free promotions advertised on the Internet, th Wrinkle System - Diamond Edition is a free product. There is no fine print. Customers will not be coaxed into checking a small box with fancy legal jargon that signs them up for future billing arrangements. We understand the financial crisis and our goal is to earn our customers trust. We are confident they will see results with the product and recommend our brand to their friends," he continued. Per the website, the only cost to the customer is a $9.99 shipping and handling fee.
Unlike other businesses such as real estate and automobiles, anti-aging products such as wrinkle creams and eye serums have continued to sell despite a struggling economy. People are still finding a way to care for their skin and prevent wrinkles. A quick glance at skin care products shows that many are sold for well over $100 for a 30 day supply, with some "anti-aging systems" priced as high as $500. During the booming economy of the early 2000's some consumers didn't bat an eye spending upwards of $500 each month for anti-aging products and cosmetics. However, those tides have obviously turned.
"While our free wrinkle cream has the same ingredients and qualities as many of the high-ticket creams you see advertised, we don't feel like alienating anyone that may not be in position to pay retail price at the moment," added Natalia, an avid consumer of skin care products hired by the company for her product expertise. "We know this economy will recover and we feel this is the least we can do to do our part. We all have to make sacrifices at some point. Many other industries are changing policies in this 'bailout effort', and we thought this was the least we could do so everyone who wants to treat facial wrinkles has that opportunity."
The company plans on giving away thousands of free wrinkle creams, and all it wants in return is an honest opinion. "If you tried the product, we'd like to know how it worked on your skin. Submit product reviews on wrinkle cream review websites and also email us with your comments, so we can make the next edition even better," concluded Natalia.
The price of the wrinkle cream after the promotion has not been determined at this time, but customers can rest assured it will be affordable. "It will be the best value wrinkle cream on the market," de St. Aubin added. "We aren't greedy like many of the other wrinkle cream companies. We'd rather allow our customers to order as much product as they need to so their skin never misses a beat. A lot of companies are just out there to get hefty margins, and don't truly look out for their customers best interest. Some of these companies expect their customers to commit $5,000 or more to treating wrinkles per year. That is not going to happen with the majority of customers in this economy."
Most industry experts agree it is best to find one product that works and stick with it. When the skin is accustomed to a certain ingredient treating the skin on a constant basis, it reacts better. The Wrinkle System Diamond Edition is formulated with a combination of rare medicinal herbs and dermatologist tested and recommended pharmaceutical-grade ingredients. According to the website, the feature ingredient in the Diamond Edition is a concentrated dose of a special form of Retinol which has been stabilized with special antioxidants in order to prove a consistent activity level with each application. Furthermore, the Wrinkle System Diamond Edition contains an anti-irritant agent designed to minimize potential irritation typically associated with the use of wrinkle cream products. Additional ingredients include a careful blend of panex and sophora extracts along with hyaluronic acid, an the active ingredient found in many ultra-premium wrinkle creams. Hyaluronic acid is known to work fast by gently smoothing away wrinkles and fine lines.
With all of the bad news reported each day, and all the crooks out there fleecing investors such as Bernard Madoff, this free wrinkle cream giveaway certainly is a breath of fresh air.
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