The Tulas skinceutic cream is a $1,000 facial cream that promises to help prevent wrinkles and prevent hyperpigmentation.
The formula, which contains vitamin E, vitamin C, zinc, copper and calcium, also contains antioxidants like vitamin C and selenium.
According to the Tula website, this is “the perfect skin treatment for dry, cracked skin.”
But the formula also contains ingredients like glycerin, fragrance and alcohol that may irritate sensitive skin.
And because of the high cost, it is not recommended to use the cream for longer than six months, according to Tula’s website.
This article originally appeared in the December 10 issue of Health.com magazine.