VIVITÉ® Skin Care Products

Posted on April 18, 2011 by Ella Fedonenko

We are delighted to announce that we now have available a wonderful range of skin products called VIVITÉ®. Using the VIVITÉ® range of products will restore your skin’s youthful radiance, leading to younger, clearer looking skin.

A scientific advancement in skin care, VIVITÉ® has been clinically proven to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The VIVITÉ® range protects and revitalizes skin to reduce the signs of aging. The many antioxidants in VIVITÉ® help protect skin from the harmful effects of environmental stress factors known as free radicals, which can attack and prematurely age skin.

The two main differences between traditional skin care products and products in the VIVITÉ™ skin care range, are that VIVITÉ® products have glycolic compound concentrations of up to 20 percent, whereas most over-the-counter skin care products have only a 3-10 percent glycolic acid concentration. In addition, VIVITÉ® has GLX Technology™ , an ultra-charged formula matrix that helps infuse the skin with antioxidants and a glycolic compound to help optimize skin rejuvenation. This fusion of a glycolic compound with natural antioxidants helps promote the body’s production of hyaluronic acid, collagen, and epidermal growth factor, all of which are essential to the integrity and health of skin.

In a clinical study of 22 women with mild to moderate photodamage, after just three weeks of use, the following results were observed:

  • • 22% reduction in fine lines and wrinkles;
  • • 36% increase in skin moisture;
  • • 54% improvement in skin smoothness; and
  • • 65% reduction in skin dryness.

 

The glycolic compound in GLX Technology™ is the most effective exfoliant available. Glycolics have the smallest molecules of all the alpha hydroxy acids. It’s their small molecule size that enables greater skin penetration. In addition, a process called partial neutralization allows for a high delivery of glycolic compound to the skin with minimal skin irritation. Partial neutralization also extends the duration of action of the compound in the skin, so that skin receives a secondary glycolic effect.