Why are you charging $80 for $66 worth of products?
The 1 oz. Miracle Worker Dark Spot Corrector sells for $62 and the 2 oz. Miracle Worker Miraculous Anti-Aging Retinoid Solution and 60 Pads Miraculous Anti-Aging Retinoid Treatment sell for $70, for a total of $132 if bought separately. Why are you charging $80 for half the amount of each product?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
on Miracle Worker Dark Spot Correcting System
dropping nearly twice as much money for both of the full size products isn't exactly an option for some...i knew i was paying extra money for this set and that it isn't a "value" set, but i didn't have $150 at the time to buy full size versions. (yes, i know i could get my money refunded if i didn't like the products since sephora has an excellent return policy...) turns out i'm returning this set anyway since it burned my face--i broke out in tiny red bumps all over even though i used spf 40 lotion when i was outside. it took me over a week to heal...
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
OK, since you've used it I have another question. I have a brown spot on my cheek from what I assume is too much sun/tanning bed exposure. (I know, both are very bad for me but I like a tan.) Will these products get rid of the spot or are they more of an overall skin lightener?
Because I'm sure they market tested it with consumers and found that people will pay it, and from a business standpoint, product pricing doesn't really always work that way. Plus, you get the convenience of trying two products that you aren't sure about in sizes that are big enough to really see if they will work for you. I bought it, and its definitely worth $80.
answered 3 years ago
(Long Beach, CA)