What Is In Revitol?
Revitol have been in the skincare business since 2002 and have developed a range of products for all needs but what is in Revitol, are the products safe and do they work.
They specialise in natural skincare products and, as such, they are proud members of the Natural Products Association or NPA who are “the largest and oldest non-profit organization representing the interests of manufacturers and retailers of the natural products industry”.
To quote Revitol:
Our dedication to providing premium quality health and beauty products gives us an unprecedented edge in the research and development of innovative products of unrivalled excellence. By combining the latest breakthroughs in nutritional science with the finest ingredients sourced from around the world, we continuously rise to the challenge of supplying the consumer with nutritional formulas that are unsurpassed in quality and value.
Each product within the portfolio is formulated from a unique blend of all natural ingredients and, being natural, means they are safe to use and non-toxic.
With regard to specific make up, each product is different and carefully formulated from a unique blend of herbs and other all natural products, some you will be familiar with and others may be new to you.
Exactly What Is In Revitol Products?
To give you an idea of just what is in Revitol and the scale of products used here’s just a few that are used in the formulation of some of the range of skin care products:
Squalene Oil is naturally derived from olive oil. It is renowned for it’s very strong regenerative properties and it’s similarity to our natural skin oil, or sebum to give it its proper name.
Vitamin E is a naturally powerful antioxidant.
Vitamin A Palmitate for regulating skin cell growth and improving stretch marks.
Vitamin D3 is vital for new skin cell production.
DL-Penthenol is the official name for pro-vitamin B5 which promotes skin growth and cell structure and skin layers.
Aloe Vera Extract which I’m sure you’ll all be well aware of and its positive effects on the skin.
Grapefruit Seed Extract promotes growth of collagen and elastin and improves the texture and strength of the skin.
Benzoyl Peroxide or BPO is a natural organic compound that’s particularly effective in the fight against acne.
Argireline is derived from natural amino acids and helps relax the muscles in the face.
Dermox SRC a natural serum that’s proven to lessen the appearance of wrinkles, stimulate collagen production and repair the skins outer layer.
Dimethylaminoethanol Bitartrate or DMAE is antioxidant that makes skin cells live longer and reduce dehydration of the skin.
Edelweis Extract, a really powerful antioxidant that cleanses the free radicals.
Evening Primrose Oil that helps promote both the general health and the tone of your skin.
Hyaluronic Acid, a natural lubricant and moisturizer.
Macrocystis pyrifera sounds impressive but this is actually kelp or seaweed that’s been used for centuries to achieve smooth, silky skin.
Pentacare NA acts by tightening and firming the skin.
Shea Butter can help by preventing the skin from drying out, cracking, burning and wrinkling.
Caffeine or Coffee Extract is a stimulant to encourage and regulate blood flow to all layers of the skin.
Bladderwrack Algae Extract acts as a detoxifying and slimming agent.
Capsicum Extract acts like caffeine in that it encourages blood flow and circulation.
Green Tea Extracts which, again, you will probably recognise for its detoxification properties.
Retinol A helps in the rejuvenation of skin by increasing elasticity and promoting the production and repair of connective tissues.
Salicylic acid is really effective in the treatment of oily or acne affected skin types that may be prone to open pores, blackheads and spots.
Arbutin is an incredibly effective natural skin brightener and antioxidant which is derived from the bearberry tree.
As we said, these are just the tip of the iceberg. There are many more products used but this will just give you an idea of just how Revitol are different to the everyday skin care product manufacturer.
Click on the links above to see the specific make up of each individual product or visit the Revitol website to find out more about just what is in Revitol.