Revitol Review


The brand name Revitol actually refers to a whole line of anti-aging products, not just a single cream or serum. Revitol is concerned with the entire field of skin care and the brand also extends to anti-acne products and sun blocks. Of course, given the nature of our website, we will be looking primarily at the manufacturer’s anti-aging line of products.

The anti-aging offerings from Revitol can be broken down into three product types. As a whole, sets of these products are offered for sale by the manufacturer as “The Anti-Aging Solution Kit.” The three product types are: Anti-Wrinkle Serum, Anti-Wrinkle Complex and a Moisturizing Cream. Ideally, all of these products should be used correctly and consistently for users to see best results from Revitol.

Product Details

The anti-wrinkle Serum appears to be the most potent product offered by Revitol. It could even show some results when used on its own. The active ingredients found in Revitol’s Anti-Wrinkle Serum are: Argirelene, Matrixyl, Hyaluronic Acid, Hydrolyzed Wheat Gluten and Ceratonia siliqua, Macrocystis pyrifera, Edelweis Extract, Skin Tightener ST, Pentacare NA .

Both Argirelene and Matrixyl are patented peptides produced by third-party European labs. While this means that both of these peptides are very well researched, it also means that they can be found in other products since these labs do not hesitate to license their formulas to any product manufacturers willing to pay for the privilege. Argirelene has shown promise as a lesser-strength Botox, and it seems to be capable of immobilizing facial muscles to prevent wrinkles caused by repeat contractions. Matrixyl is known to stimulate the body’s own collagen production, causing skin to become firmer and more youthful.

Inactive ingredients found in Revitol’s Anti-Wrinkle Serum are: Purified water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Cyclomethicon and Dimethiconol, Dimethicone Copolyol, Cyclomethicone, Carbomer, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Mica, Lanol, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Diazolidinyl Urea, Sodium Chloride, Polysorbate 20, Matracaria Extract.

Interestingly, the Revitol Moisturizing Cream seems to feature similar active ingredients. The full list of Moisturizing Cream ingredients reads as follows: Argireline, Matrixyl

5 thoughts on “Revitol Review”

  1. I’ve been using Revitol anti ageing for almost a year now. Although it works, I find it very fussy and time consuming.

  2. I tried the Revitol complete Anti Aging Free trial offer and it is a rip off. The products gave me a rash and it’s neither free ($132) or a trial. If you open the products they won’t refund your money. How can you try a product without opening and using it? Their customer service polisy is terrible!

  3. I have been using revitol now for 6 months. I find the product lives up to all its promises. It has taken years off. Definetely a big change for the better.Recommended

  4. I have used this product for a little over a month, it has
    not done anything for my wrinkles, firmness, or skin looking healthier. I paid 99.00 plus and feel like I was mislead by their information.
    Unless you have a lot of money to waste, I would say do not buy this product.

  5. Total scam! This trial is not for free and you will be ripped off big time like about 180 bucks:( i learned my lesson. You cannot refund one penny back. So be careful when you are thinking about signing up. Cream is ok, but like most of them. Don’t see any difference. Makes me mad that i could have spent this money on big jar of Lancome instead.

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