Revitol anti aging is built to revitalize the skin, diminish fine lines and wrinkles, smooth rough skin, clear dark circles under the eyes, stimulate skin growth, promote skin elasticity, moisturize skin, and promote even skin tone. To accomplish this it first of all uses CoQ-10, used to fight environmental pollutions. Second it uses DMAE, the first natural ingredient found to have an effect on the sagging of facial skin. Then it contains lipolight OAP to fight sun damage, argireline, matrixyl to slow aging, hyaluronic acid, and edelweiss extract to protect the skin from damaging sun rays.
Price:$59.95/30 day supply
For different individuals, revitol comes in 3 different varieties: cream, lotion, and serum. They use DMAE as one of their major ingredient, which has been shown to reduce wrinkles over time. Matrixyl has also been known to stimulate skin cell growth, thereby helping the body to heal itself and also to renew itself. Hyaluronic acid has been used to stimulate tissue repair and renewal. Edelweiss extract has been said to neutralize free radicals and therefore prevent them from aging the skin.
While revitol makes a lot of promises and contains some ingredients that have been proven, many of them have not been proven. The uses revitol claims they have are only speculations by people trying to sell a product that uses that ingredient. For example, argireline has not actually been shown to do anything. There are plenty of claims being made about it being an effective alternative to botox. But none of these claims can be substantiated by science or otherwise. Some supporters of edelweiss extract have said it can neutralize free radicals. But it hasn’t even been proven that free radicals or environmental pollutions, implicated by supporters of coq 10, cause wrinkles in the first place. There is no money back or satisfaction guarantee posted for unsatisfied customers at this time.
Revitol has a descent presentation. They post customer testimonials on their website, but not elsewhere. They use a couple of ingredients that have been proven to work. But they also use some ingredients said to prevent things that may have nothing to do with wrinkles in the first place. For me, revitol is up in the air. It is a more affordable product than most on the market right now. But it has no guarantee of any type. The ingredients that are proven may work, but then again they may not be enough unto themselves.