Featured Beauty Product: Vichy Liftactiv Supreme

Featured Beauty Product: Vichy Liftactiv Supreme

We all know the phase “Black Do’t Crack,” but that doesn’t mean we never have to take care of our skin because we just have that natural young affect. As African Americans/Blacks, and any other ethnic race, we still have to make sure we do what is needed to keep our skin looking fresh and young.

“While our skin radiates with a healthy glow in the morning, by lunchtime it’s a different story: tired look, wrinkles are more pronounced. We pull out our makeup bag of tricks and reapply blush, retouch the concealer…even restyle our hair to banish the lethargic look. BUT WHY DOES OUR SKIN CHANGE OVER THE COURSE OF THE DAY AND WHAT CAN WE DO TO FIGHT IT?,” Vichy states.

I recently received another VoxBox from Influenster called #SproutVoxBox where I was able to test out the Vichy Liftactiv Supreme. This product made my skin feel so soft and it’s fragrance was also very soft and pleasant so I didn’t mind putting it on my face. I put it around and in the corner of my eyes for firming after washing my face with my daily face wash.

So what all does Vichy Lifeactiv Supreme do?

  • Immediately: Blur- It instantly smooths the look of fine lines and wrinkles to brighten complexion

  • Until Evening: Stimulate- By the evening time, your skin will look plumped making your features appear younger and rested.

  • Overtime: Correct- Deep wrinkles are visibly smoothed and skin looks firmer

To find out more about Vichy and more of their products, visit www.vichyusa.com.

Naomi K. Bonman is the founder and editorial director of Purposely Awakened, a digital media agency for millennial activist and change agents of color. A digital media maven at heart, Naomi is also a journalist, screenwriter and digital content creator. Originally from Southern California, Naomi received her B.A. in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in Journalism from Clark Atlanta University and her Masters of Public Administration from Keller School of Management of DeVry University.