Your skin care for the cost of a cup of coffee
Estee Lauder is doing its best to ensure its customers’ skin routines are not falling victim to the recession.
The makeup and skin care maker is offering more products at its cheapest prices, and having its sales people pitch the value of its merchandise to the customers that visit its makeup counters in department stores.
For instance, its top-selling Clinique three-step skin care regimen (Cleanse. Exfoliate. Moisturize.) costs about $40.
The company is making sure that customers who at buy the regime know it lasts three months.
“You can get the best of your skin care routine with 50 cents per day, which is much less than a cup of coffee,” Fabrizio Freda, President and Chief Operating Officer of The Estée Lauder Companies told the Reuters Global Luxury summit.
“This simple explanation to the consumer, in this moment, is very telling. We have educated our consultants to be able to speak intrinsic value of the brands when they have conversation with people at the counter — beyond giving the normal suggestions on skin care routines.”