The Vine Vera Phyto Mask costs $500, another nightly app sells for $595, the Ocernight Recovery is $296 and the Skin Tone Correcting Serum $246 and you LA Beauty Products Examiner is about to test them all to see if they are really worth shelling out upwards of $1,500. (According to feedback found on the Internet many users believe they are and that it's a small price for finding the fountain of youth).
Vine Vera is often referred to as “The Secret to Youth,” thanks to the powerful ingredient Resveratrol, a chemical that various plants produce to fight off attackers, or to withstand lack of water or nutrients that’s found foods such as fruits and nuts, as well as in the roots of Japanese knotweed.
Resveratrol was initially isolated in 1940 from the roots of a flowering plant called a hellebore by a Japanese scientist. More recently Resveratrol is linked to being an ingredient in Vitis vinifera L., or the common grapevine. The greatest concentration of grapevine resveratrol is found in the grape skin, giving red wines a concentration ranging anywhere from 0.2 mg/l to 7.0 mg/l, depending upon the wine.
Health benefits of Resveratrol, established by numerous studies include antioxidant properties; it neutralizes oxidants harmful to health and has been shown to prolong the life of cells by up to 70%, and it helps increase the activity of family of enzymes that appear to control aging to treat diseases of aging which can extend the human lifespan.
Plenty of people publicly praise Resveratrol (on the web) some going so far as to call it the fountain of youth. Even Dr. Oz puts his two cents in saying, that Resveratrol works as effectively as caloric restrictions, which can extend life by up to 30 years. “The only way real way to find out is to try it for yourself,” he adds, which is exactly what yours truly is about to do. So stay tuned. It may take a few applications of the products to see results, and then again maybe not.