Hi, I used to be a Virgin Vie Consultant. I think they have some lovely products and I still love and use them. I even have some in my professional make-up kit.
However, I have been doing quite a bit of research lately as I am about to embark on a beauty therapy career. My research is tending to persuade me to feel that Virgin Vie products are not considered professional by most professionals in the make-up and skin-care industry. This is my opinion based on my research. Other peeps may have different views. xx
I have never used the products personally at home but have had a virgin vie facial before and to be totally honest I didn't like the products also I noticed no difference whatsoever in my skin afterwards.
I remember reading a post on here about avon being sold by therapists/technicians and it being a bit hypocritical (sp) and when I thought about it, that is imo very true. As therapists we are taught the benefits of pro products so shouldn't be selling/using OTC products. jmho
I used to do VV but didn't consider their products to be professional at all. Sorry that's just me.
Did a facial on a lady and she said it made no difference to her skin and her skin felt no different - in comparison to another facial I did which made a difference. Don't rate it personally it's very pricey.
I've used Virgin Vie products on my skin in the past and although they were very nice, I wouldn't consider them to be professional in any way, shape, or form. I've used professional products on my skin since then and the difference is huge.