Vivier Review


Vivier’s products are generally only available via a prescription from a licensed dermatologist after a careful diagnosis. The product line is mainly intended to operate on a deeper level than standard anti-ageing skin care products are, and Vivier believes this is more cost-effective than most. However, because of the inability to get these products without a prescription, we are unable to get a real feel for this product, and can’t find a lot of information first-hand about it. This could serve as a deterrent to some people, because they want a product that’s easy to purchase without needing an appointment and prescription from a dermatologist. Whether this product kit really is effective will depend on what ingredients it has.

Product Information

This particular product line seems to focus on mainly the ingredient Argireline, a peptide-based compound. This is intended to relax the muscles in the face, thus helping to halt the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. However, we feel it’s possible to improve upon the Vivier product line by including a collagen supplement or a stimulant. This would replenish the skin’s natural supplies of collagen, which is the substance needed to keep the skin elastic and strong. A good moisturizing ingredient would help this product as well, such as Matrixyl 3000 or hyaluronic acid. The product is not available for general purchase through the website, however. This is just as well – it can be rather expensive. Given that it’s intended to go to clinics, this is somewhat expected.

The Good

  • One of the critical ingredients we feel to be necessary for a good anti-ageing remedy is included – Argireline. It helps to moisturize the skin and relax the muscles in order to help fight wrinkles.
  • Because the website is intended for dermatologists, a full description of the ingredients is posted. Also, there is an FAQ section for those who are interested.

The Bad

  • The product isn’t available through standard online purchase, making it hard for many people to use it without prescription.
  • Although Argireline is included, other ingredients aren’t. Matrixyl and hyaluronic acid could improve this product.
  • Because the products are only available through prescription, this makes it more expensive. Because Vivier doesn’t make full use of all the best anti-ageing ingredients, its’ possible that some people may not find it worth the cost and time investment.

The Bottom Line

The fact that this product is not normally commercially available can cause people to be put off seeking these products. If it included more advanced ingredients, it would likely be truly worth the effort. The fact that it’s made by professionals is promising, but we feel the product line could be improved with a few simple additions.

6 thoughts on “Vivier Review”

  1. I used vitier eye serum for 2 nights on the 3rd morning I woke up to the area around my eyes burnt and painful. It was so burnt that the skin was peeling. Horrible experience

  2. I have been using Vivierskin and Vivier Platine for 18 mons. People began to comment on my skin within 1 wk. Like many women I’ve tried everything but nothing compares to these products-they are absolutely amazing. You do not need a prescription to buy Vivier, it’s online although I found it more reasonable purchasing from a derm. salon.(Thermae)The key is purchasing the correct products for your skin issues. They are pharm grade products.
    Hydragel B5+ does have hyaluronic acid and GAG to prep your skin for moisturizing. The Platine eye cream is like no other. Moisturizers leave your skin as soft as a baby’s bottom and never greasy. If you’re at the end of you’re rope with skincare – make this your final purchase. You won’t regret it.

  3. I would caution anyone to look very closely before you do business with this company!

    There are hidden conditions to the special agreement for the trial offers. You are agreeing to a time period in which you must call and cancel your account — not that you realized you had an account — and the time frame is ambiguous. If you do NOT cancel in time, you are automatically billed the full amount and shipped another bottle of product. You don’t even have time to use the product long enough to see a difference in order to make in informed decision. And the price is hefty!

    There is nothing in advertisements or online to alert you to the fact that you are agreeing to this cancellation policy — or at least anything obvious! It is hidden int the Terms of Agreement that pop up in a scrolling window after you have entered your personal info and hit the purchase button. There is no way to read and review carefully BEFORE you make a decision to purchase.

    This falls into that hazy category that is certainly unethical business practices bordering on the illegal. BUT companies with the safety net on largely anonymity of the internet can get away with this … until they are caught.

    In all the advertisements there is no information about ingredients so you have no idea what you are putting on your skin.

    You are approached by the advertising offer as if the 2 products are from one company, but in dealing with them, you must call 2 different phone numbers … ?!?

    I’ve used many products over the years, and in addition to the VERY questionable business practices, the product is just average. I don’t think it’s worth the price at all. You can get better products with quality ingredients and many local stores where you’ll have much better customer service.

    Not just 2 thumbs down … I’d say TEN!

    1. I totally agree with you on everything you say, I just got my Credit Card today & I had cancelled & got charged for another one I did not order & I told her I did not see anywhere that it’s $91.94. & the bitch insisted it was, I would not have ordered it. It’s not a good product.

      PLEASE be aware of this, DO NOT ORDER!!!!!! Their just taking your money

    2. I agree with everything you just said on here I just got my Credit Card and they charged me after I had cancelled.

      DO NOT ORDER it’s not worth $91.94, product sucks.

      It does not tell you how much their charging BE AWARE!!!!

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