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Please do let us know if you get any pertinent info. Maybe we can have some Vivite products sent out to our skin care testers and write a review about it - right now, I'm trying Euoko...and I love it. I'll surely write about it in a different post.
I just bought the core set and just started using it a week ago. The jury is still out for me, but I will tell you that I bought it because my sister has been using it for awhile (she used MD Forte for years before) and her skin is AMAZING. I am hoping it works for me as well as it did for her.
Have you had any luck finding reviews? Have you tried it yourself yet?
We reviewed VIVITE Daily Antioxidant Facial Serum on Truth In Aging in September, 2008. Marta tried it for 30 days and here's the gist of her review,
"I looked in detail at the Vivite Daily Antixodant Facial Serum ($100). The relatively hefty dose of 15% glycolic acid is paired with ammonium glycolate. This is a fairly common combo since this synthetic form of glycolic acid is used as a pH adjuster to better allow exfoliation. There are various emollients and silicones before getting to an interesting botanical, cassia angustifolia seed, used in Ayurveda against skin disorders.
Not too shabby, but nothing remarkable."
In short, it has some strong ingredients that should work combined with some good antioxidants but if you have sensitive skin it may irritate you.
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