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Vichy Skin Care

Vichy Laboratoires has developed a line of skin care, LiftActiv, aimed at firming up skin and fighting wrinkles around the clock. You can purchase it online, which it's on sale currently, or visit your local Vichy dealer at a pharmacy or department store near you.

Vichy LiftActiv Serum 10 Supreme

(ARV: $57)
You apply this product first, after washing your face. It smells like citrus, and though it is clear, applies like a gel almost. You use a small amount, and spread it evenly over your face. This product is supposed to help lift your skin, and reduce visible lines and wrinkles. I find, after 4 weeks, that it is slowly reducing the lines on my forehead. 


Vichy Liftactiv Supreme Day Cream

(ARV; $49.95)
You apply the day cream after the serum. It has an SPF in it to protect against the sun, as well as the benefits of firming, lifting and reducing lines. I really like the scent of the cream too. Soft and subtle. I like that the cream is not greasy and spreads evenly with a little amount. My skin feels much softer as well.


Vichy LiftActiv Supreme Night Cream


(ARV; $49.95)
So as you may have noticed, This product a little expensive. I will say this though, it may be worth it. You only need a little amount each time you use it. It seems to be a slower process, but one that actually works to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and firms your skin in problematic areas. The scent is an added nice touch.



While it is still very subtle, I do notice a change in the lines on my forehead. I am sure with continued use, that this product will be beneficial to my skin. I definitely give this one a recommendation!


**No compensation was received for posting. Product was received via ChickAdvisor to facilitate a review. Opinions and photos are owned by Freda's Voice.

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  1. I just noticed they carry this at my local Target. Nice to hear some feedback about it!

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