Thursday, 13 September 2012

6 comments:

Nina said...

LOL - I too can never understand when I see skincare product reps in stores whose skin is, ahem, less than glowing!? On the other hand, I know a SA for YSL whose skin I saw improve over a short time when they launched their new serum a few months ago. That was impressive!

ohjoiedevivre said...

You're the first I've seen post what I've thought for a long time; if you sell skin care, you should look the part.

Ali

Philippe Bijnens said...

I've been saying this for as long as I can recall. If you're going to push a certain skincare product, back it up with proper glowing skin yourself. Same with makeup, would you take tips from someone that looks like they had a crayola gangbang on their face?

That's what I thought.

Victoria said...

I would love to see pictures of his skin! Have you tried this serum yet? Wow, 1001 imortelle flowers in each bottle? That's amazing and sounds irrestible :)
You can't help but look at representative's skin, but the one caveat is that you really don't know what their skin looked like before using the products so it's hard to know how much of an impact they have had. It could be that the skin care products have made a huge difference but they started from a place of really bad skin.

Icaria said...

This entry made me smile. I've met so many that where selling "outstanding" skin care with not necessarily wrinkled skin but blotchy, clogged, hyper-pigmented... Needless to say that I never purchased anything from them. Not this L'Occitane serum sounds interesting and very tempting. Thank you for the information. :D

Nic @Strawbry_Blonde said...

This post made me giggle. Mr L'Occitane sounds divine... I want to meet him! ;)
Nx