Friday, January 22, 2010

Freeze 24.7 to Keep or to Go?

In the past few months, I got a lot of interesting things from Costco such as the Bliss body wash and lotion set, L'occitane Shea Butter Hand CreamRoC Deep Wrinkle Night Cream and the Art of shaving gift set. Last weekend I saw this Freeze 24.7 & go at my local Costco store. I had no idea what exactly it does at the time. I thought it was a phototherapy device since it's got a mirror on it. And it only sells for $29.99 so I think maybe I'll give it a try.

This is what it claims to do on the box.
Good for: smoothing, rejuvenating, brightening, over or under makeup
Works miracles on: enlarged pores, fine lines, tired eyes, crow's feet, dark circles, crease lines.



By looking at the instruction, it's more like a temporary treatment that fix your problem and "freeze" it for a while. It's not a therapy at all.



I've never tried any Freeze 24.7 products so I'm kind of skeptical. However I saw some department stores selling its cream for over 100 bucks. I'm wondering if it's really worth the price. So I did a research on the internet to find out. It seems like some people think the product is over priced and the result is unproven.

Come to think of it, it looks too good to be true that something can do everything but only costs 30 bucks (retail price is around $65).

Should I keep it or should I return it?



2 comments:

ning * star said...

oh, i thought it was a stationary... haha, very interesting goodies

Denysia said...

I would return it. If people say that it doesn't really work, I wouldn't keep it. But if you do decide to use it, let us know how it goes!

Post a Comment

Related Posts with Thumbnails