The Vivier GrenzCine Face cream is an age-defying formula that works to hydrate and firm skin while increasing brightness and reducing the appearance of fine lines.
The advanced cream features the brand's signature GrenzCine technology, combining "the power of Polyamine-DAB, Vitamin C and Activ8 Complex for a multi-layer and multi-function approach to aging skin." While the cream's vitamin c ingredients brighten and renew dull skin, its Activ8 Complex boosts elasticity with a blend of antioxidants, peptides and hyaluronic acid. Additionally, the cream's Polyamine-DAB mimics a polyamine naturally found in the human body, helping to boost collagen production.
For elevated results, consumers can use the Vivier GrenzCine Face cream alongside the brand's other GrenzCine best-sellers including a face serum and neck cream.
The Vivier GrenzCine Face Cream Boasts an Anti-Aging Formula
1. Multi-layer Skincare - The GrenzCine technology offers a multi-layer approach to aging skin with its blend of powerful ingredients, creating room for more products in this field.
2. Holistic Skincare - The combination of antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid in the Activ8 Complex is a way to appeal to consumers with more holistic preferences when it comes to skincare.
3. Collagen-boosting Beauty - The use of Polyamine-DAB which mimics a polyamine found in the human body enabling collagen production signals an opportunity for other beauty industries to harness the same element.
1. Skincare Industry - The use of the GrenzCine technology can aid in the advancement of the skincare industry as a whole, creating a shift to a more multi-layer approach in skincare.
2. Anti-aging Industry - The anti-aging industry can leverage the collagen-boosting benefits of Polyamine-DAB found in the GrenzCine cream to revolutionize the industry with new products.
3. Ingredients Suppliers Industry - This breakthrough development highlights the possibilities of using quality ingredients in skincare products and calls for suppliers to lean more into this direction.