What You Should Know
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Reviva Labs is a fairly small company if you compare it to Lancome or some of the other industry giants in the health and beauty arena, but it has been producing quality skin care products for over 30 years. Reviva Labs has never engaged in animal testing and claims to be the company that first introduced elastin to America. Many other companies will claim to have done the same things so it’s hard to form an opinion in these areas without some kind of concrete proof.
Reviva Labs seems to be available for purchase in whole foods stores and select salons, so it may be hard to find them in your area. But if you do, you will see a very wide range of products. Reviva Labs offers everything from Seaweed Soap to Alpha Lipoic Acid based creams to anti-aging and lifting products.
The problem you will notice right away while visiting the Reviva Labs website is that they offer very little information on their products. It’s hard to tell what exactly is being marketed as an anti-aging product. There are no ingredients listed anywhere on the website and the product descriptions are only a small paragraph located underneath a picture of the product container. We’d think a company in business for over 30 years would provide a little bit more information about its products for its customers. The prices are reasonable as the Alpha Lipoic Acid, Vitamin C Ester & DMAE Cream is only $14.00 for 4 ounces.
The official Reviva Labs website does have a “free offers” area that requires you to put in your address so you can receive small samples and a newsletter, so that might be worth looking into before purchasing their products.
- Reviva Labs official website has something called a “Skindex” which will help you determine what products might be right for you.
- You can receive free samples and a newsletter from Reviva Labs.
- There are no ingredients listed anywhere on the website and the descriptions are minimal.
- You will have to order the products online or go to a health food store to purchase anything. Department stores don’t carry this brand.
- There are no clinical trials posted on the official website.
The Bottom Line
Reviva Labs has a nice website but it lacks a lot of information on the products. There is a discussion forum, which most beauty sites don’t have so you can ask questions and hear from people who have used the products. There are some testimonials posted and that is also nice. The biggest problem we have with these products is the overall lack of information. While the products are fairly inexpensive, we would have liked to see a full ingredients list and some clinical trial results.