Today, I continue my discussion of Easeamine dual-purpose wrinkle cream, a second followup to the Cultural Creative story that I wrote in April Divine Intervention? Easeamine Dual Purpose Skin Cream Fights Wrinkles on Behalf of the Haves and the Have Nots.
This article follows last week’s Easeamine Anti-Winkle Cream: Beyond Divine Intervention, What Do We Know about the Product?
I have no interest in Easeamine and am writing extensively on the product, because Google has “married” me to Easemine in both Google search and Google images, with a prime position.
With so much Easeamine search traffic, I feel obligated to write more investigative journalism about the product?
I have no relationship to Easeamine and I don’t want the perception that I endorse the product. I do intend to use the product and will track its impact on my own face, which has no botox or filler for 18 months.
Our intention today is to evaluate the Easeamine customer experience, because we know little about the product itself. Last week I wrote about the before and after photo results of Easeamine, which appear sound.
Because there is so little information on the Easeamine website, I proposed evaluating the customer experience of researching and buying the product with a similar experience at three other small beauty companies: Dr. Hauschka, Dr. Perricone’s Anti-aging Wrinkle-fighting System, and Intelligent Nutrients.
In fairness to Easeamine, the other beauty companies are ostensibly owned by professionals with extensive expertise in the beauty business of fighting wrinkles and developing new products.
Nevertheless, Easeamine is asking us to pay $65 for their dual purpose skin cream.
Much as we applaud the Carmelite’s industry in using such a sophisticated product to “do good” in their community, we are concerned about the lotions and potions that we’re putting on our faces. How does Easeamine stand up against other competitors, in selling us their product?
Looking at: Dr. Hauschka Skin Care, Perricone MD, and Intelligent Nutrients, how do these companies stand up against Easeamine in answering these critical questions for online shoppers? In each case I’ve chosen a similar product to Easeamine, but NOT one to replace it.
We are not examining product efficacy claims but how the online selling experience is organized in similar products.
Who is the person(s) sponsoring the product? Is there a doctor?
What are the ingredients in the product?
What does the product claim to do? Is the science associated with the product explained?
Are the directions for use clear?
Perricone MD No instructions for use re amounts; just general instructions for application
Intelligent Nutrients No instructions for use re amounts; just general instructions for application
Can we find this company? Can we call or email them for assistance?
Dr. Hauschka Skin Care: Company address, Customer Service toll-free phone & Hours, E-mail
Perricone MD: Company address, Customer Service toll-free, E-mail
Intelligent Nutrients: Company address, Customer Service toll-free & Hours, E-mail
Easeamine: Company address & phone, No toll-free & Hours Customer Service, E-mail for info
I hope this brief survey helps you determine whether Easeamine — or any of the other products featured — are right for you. I will be using Easeamine on my own face and will discuss the results, with before and after photos. Anne
Anne here. I’ve begun using Easeamine, supplied to me by the producers. I’ve taken photos of my face and will track the progress visually for us on a weekly basis.