Reveal Your Ultimate Image

Posted by Perri Lomax on

There’s a beautiful new trend in aesthetics; a focus on “positive aging.”  We embrace the aging process while focusing on being the healthiest and best version of ourselves at any age. We may notice changes in our skin’s appearance, but we focus on looking as good as we feel!

After the age of 20, we produce 1% less collagen in the skin each year 1.  Collagen is an important building block of our skin, responsible for skin’s strength and elasticity.  Collagen loss may cause our skin to show more expression lines, texture changes and wrinkles.  Another culprit is repeated muscle contractions, which lead to the appearance of new wrinkles and fine lines.  Also, up to 65% of skin's natural water, global lipid content and fat emulsion can be reduced 3, leading to dull and dehydrated skin. 

Vivier® has the solution for you, with Ultimage™.  Ultimage™ is the perfect dual-action complex that works synergistically to soften expression lines and wrinkles, boost hydration, give a smoother, ageless complexion, to reveal your ultimate image!

Ultimage™ is a unique, innovative, highly-effective formula of synergistic ingredients:

Reveal your ultimate image!

By Perri Lomax
A Vivier Skin Care Expert.
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