Vivida Skin Care Duo: Better Skin Starts Within

Remember earlier in the year when I was raving about Viviscal? If that doesn't sound familiar, it's a supplement that helps your hair grow faster and thicker, keeping it in tip-top shape. It's great to help boost your hair during stressful times, whether you're trying to grow it longer of if you just want a little help getting better hair.


Now the same company has put together a powerful anti-aging skin treatment that feeds your skin two ways. A combination of a natural marine extract, Vitamin C, the powerful antioxidant Astaxanthin and natural silica help the skin look firm and supple. The Vivida Anti-Aging regimen feeds the skin from within via a supplement and from the outside with their topical Anti-Aging Cream.  While this combination of ingredients has been available for some time in Europe, it has finally made its way to the US.

I've been using both products for about a month and have not had any adverse side effects with either the supplement or the cream. According to printed materials, it takes about six months for optimal results, so I'm still waiting to see how my skin reacts. I'll be sure to update you!  

One month's worth of supplements will only set you back $50, which is slightly less than two dollars per day. The anti-aging cream that accompanies the supplements retails for $40 and will last you much longer than one month. Are you willing to jump in and try something so newly approved for the States? Have you tried supplements for the skin before? Tell me what has worked for you in the comments!

For more information on VIVIDA products, please visit www.vivida.com.

Product sent for review from BeautyStat.

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4 comments:

  1. Hmmm. $50 a month is nearly $2 a day, not less than $1 a day. And the link is to a dead page. Also, I live in Europe and I've never heard of this stuff. Sounds like you got scammed...?

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  2. Thank you for pointing out my typo! My editor is fired! (sorry Loxy!) Not sure about the links...they are all working on my end. I believe the ingredients have been available in Europe, but I'm not positive that the product was sold under the same name in the European market.

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  3. this price is more expensive than the strimedix and I am not sure if this is as effective as strimedix

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  4. What a good price $40 for an anti-aging cream! I'm debating between a Bliss Vitamin C one or one from Lancome which both run $75+ so I might have to research this one as a more cost friendly option!

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