Ladies and gentlemen I kid you not. For the past week your LA Beauty Products Examiner has been testing the Vine Vera Resveratrol Pinot Noir Phyto Mask. While directions advise applying it once a week, I sort of broke the rules and have been putting it on myself and my husband before bed (and after washing) every night. The results are immediate and epic. Words can’t describe how baby soft and smooth both of faces felt the minute the mask was on and again the next morning. It proves you pay for what you get because this wine-laced product costs $600, a cheap price to turn back the hands of time.
The company that provided the mask said it is designed to extract all the dirt and impurities stuck in the deepest levels of the pores. And it also appears to erase signs of aging. “It is infused with vitamins C (Ascorbic Acid), E (Tocopheryl Acetate), A (Retinyl Palmitate) and B (Panthenol), and Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract to target pollutants and toxins. Once the mask starts to foam, it begins the removal of the skin’s impurities.”
If you Google Resveratrol you will find a plethora of positive reviews with accolades such as “I found the fountain of youth,” “It’s a miracle.” The Chatsworth, California-based maker of Vine Vera and other Resveratrol products is hardly surprised by its success. “For centuries, people have been searching for the Fountain of Youth to no avail and we found well-kept anti-aging secret, Resveratrol, it boasts on the web site. The Dr. Oz-approved and highly-touted Resveratrol is an antioxidant found in red wine and grapes. This substance is usually created in the outer layers of the grapes. Extensive research has shown several benefits to this miraculous ingredient.
All I know is that it’s working for us. I am also testing other Vine Vera products so come back to see my beauty lab results.