The best revenge is looking great!
We don’t like lines at the airport, the bank or at the grocery store. But the lines I like least are the ones that have suddenly appeared on my face! Well, it’s a fact of life.
And then I began using products from Vivier
I have never recommended a personal product before this, but I do so now. I have been using the serums and night cream now for two whole months. These are the results: the skin on my cheeks is baby smooth; the part of my face between my nose and lip seems more plump; there are no fine lines on my forehead; no dryness and fine lines on my neck at all; and there are no fine lines under my eyes. Am I getting more sleep than usual? I doubt it. But there are no bags and dark circles under my eyes.
I read the fact sheet more carefully to find out exactly what was in these vials. According to the Montreal manufacturer, Vivier Pharma, Vivier Skin is formulated with high quality pharmaceutical ingredients that are meant to be stronger than typical drugstore bands. So, the company distributes many of their items through select spas and dermatology offices, rather than department stores.
- TMR Anti-Wrinkle Peptide Serum
- Radiance Serum
- Nightly Age Defying Moisturizer
- Sheer. Broad spectrum SPF 45 Lotion with transparent zinc oxide.
And I have been drinking Sproos
Enhanced collagen beverage crystals called Sproos Up Your Skin & Hair in citrus green tea flavour, as well as Sproos MCT Collagen Creamer with hydrologized collagen peptides for my coffee. Sproos is a Canadian owned company, and their products are formulated with hydrolyzed collagen peptides sourced from North American grass fed bovine and wild-caught North Atlantic fish.
Don’t take my word for it. As a travel writer, I pass through Customs and Immigration at airports often. I always have a laugh since I am usually eyed with suspicion and questioned about the age listed on my Passport.
Sara Waxman, OOnt, is an award-winning restaurant critic, best-selling cookbook author, food and travel journalist and has eaten her way through much of the free world for four decades, while writing about it in books, newspapers and magazines. She is the Editor in Chief of DINE and Destinations magazine.