Now sold as Everderm-CL, Revitacil is manufactured and distributed by Vitabase. It is mainly marketed as a stretch-mark cream, but it has also been used as a wrinkle cream. One tube can be expected to last 4-6 weeks depending on individual use. It claims to improve elasticity and the synthesis of collagen.
Everderm-CL’s ingredients are an all natural and gentle mix. It has multiple uses including stretch marks and wrinkles, and there is a 60 day money back guarantee attached. It also uses a number of peptides as well as hyaluronic acid, which have been shown to stimulate the growth of collagen and smooth skin.
Everderm-CL is not for the faint of use or those with busy schedules. The manufacturer requires that you apply this cream 4 times every day. So there is a large amount of room for human error. Like many of their competitors, they jump on the “we have clinical studies” bandwagon. But like those competitors, they also fail to actually produce legitimate clinical studies to back up the claim. Finally, while they like to claim a natural ingredient list, they use parabens, which have been linked to numerous cases of major skin irritation.
There is nothing to set Everderm-CL apart from anybody else. They seem to make a cheap or average product and then charge a significant amount for it to make it seem more dependable than it is. There are few ingredients actually targeted to fight wrinkles, and so I would look for a product that will actually do its job.