Christine Valmy is a school for beauty with location in the New York area. It is well known for its reputation as a beauty school but the cosmetic lines are not as popular. The beauty products offered by Christine Valmy are of a wide variety for all types of skins and conditions, according to their website. The line we are looking at in this review is the anti-aging line of skin care products. This Christine Valmy line is called the Peach Suite Line. This line of anti-aging products includes 6 products ranging from cleanser and toners to the more advance age fighting treatments like moisturizers and gels to reduce wrinkles.
The key ingredients for each of the Christine Valmy products are included on the official website. This is not a complete list of ingredients, but at least it gives the active ingredients. Many of the Christine Valmy anti-aging products in the Peach Suite Line contains Alpha Hydroxy Acids. This is even suggested for those with dry and sensitive skin. Alpha Hydroxy Acid has been known for its harsh treatment of the skin especially those with sensitive skin types. This ingredient can cause rash and even drying of the skin. Not a product that should be used for those already with dry skin. The Christine Valmy Peach Suite products are rather expensive. There are 6 products in this line of skin care ranging from $18.50 to $125 per item. It is the more expensive items which would be required for the anti-aging treatment and reduction of wrinkles which is the concern. This makes this anti-aging skin care line very expensive. There also does not appear to be a money back guarantee or a free trial offer for the Christine Valmy skin care products.
- Christine Valmy has a dedicated website.
- Products can be purchased directly from the official website.
- The Christine Valmy skin care products use Alpha Hydroxy Acids, rather than Matrixyl 3000 or Argatensyl.
- There does not appear to be money back guarantee or free trial offer.
- The products in the Christine Valmy line only have key ingredients listed.
The Bottom Line
The Christine Valmy name maybe well known as a beauty school, but the skin care line of anti-aging products seems to fall short of that great name. The products contain ingredients known to cause reactions in some users. There is a lack of information on the official website, as they only list key ingredients and not a complete list of ingredients. The Christine Valmy website does not offer a free trial of the products or a money back guarantee. It would be nice to see such ingredients as Matrixyl 3000 or Argatensyl included in these products. These two ingredients have been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.