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Revitol Anti Aging Cream Review

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Providing results after only a few applications is Revitol’s Anti Aging Moisturizing Cream, an an all-in-one anti aging formula that reduces wrinkle depth, wrinkle density and wrinkle volume.

It’s re-plumping and 24 hour thirst quenching formula will rejuvenate the skin, diminish wrinkles, tighten and tone, remove puffiness and brighten your skin tone.

We were delighted to see that Revitol’s triple power anti-aging complex includes Hyaluronic Acid, Argirilene and Matryxyl 3000. A potent anti-aging ingredient, Argirilene has been recommended by Dr. Oz to be the best alternative to cosmetic injections.

There are also a series of moisturizing compounds in the product, and the Revitol Anti Aging Cream delivers a very targeted “one two punch” to wrinkles and signs of aging by first addressing the outer layers of skin and then improving conditions in deeper layers too.

Revitol Anti Aging Cream Ingredients

Hyaluronic Acid – A very potent moisture and anti inflammatory agent, hyaluronic acid works on a cellular level to repair wounded skin by helping to migrate fresh cells into the area of the  skin that needs healing.

Nicknamed “the key to the fountain of youth,” this ingredient alone has imperative anti aging and moisturizing properties that your skin needs to repair and replenish damaged skin to reveal youthful skin.

Argirilene – Known as the botox alternative, the brand name for Argirilene is Acetyl Hexapeptide, a protein derivative peptide. Peptides are little pieces of proteins that serve as the building blocks of tissue.  Argirilene works to relax the muscle tissue which effectively smooths out wrinkles.

Matryxyl 3000 – Also know as Palmitoyl Pentapeptide, Matryxyl is a powerful lipopeptide made up of amino acids mixed with fatty acids. Matrixyl works in the the deepest layers of the skin where fibroblasts reside to stimulate collagen production.

Collagen is known for it’s plumping effect on the skin and is responsible for the skin’s elasticity. Collagen stimulation is necessary in an anti aging treatment since its ability to reproduce rapidly decreases with age.

Benefits of Revitol Anti Aging Cream

  • Dimishes wrinkles and wrinkle depth
  • Plumping 24 hour moisture
  • Reduces puffiness and calms the skin
  • Brightens skin tone, reduces dark circles
  • Improves elasticity and firms skin
  • Botox alternative
  • Powerful anti-aging ingredient list
  • 90 day money back guarantee
  • There are many positive customer comments about Revitol Anti-Aging Cream

Recommendation & Where to Buy Revitol Anti Aging Cream

We definitely recommend the use of the Revitol Anti Aging Cream for those looking to erase or reduce the signs of aging. It takes a very scientific approach to lines and wrinkles and uses deep moisturizing and firming treatments to tackle the signs of aging from the inside out.

We love the potent ingredient list, including Argirilene, a botox alternative and muscle relaxer to diminish and smoothen wrinkles on the deepest level possible while avoiding cosmetic injections.

We also like that a full guarantee is in place, this assures the buyer that the manufacturer has a lot of confidence in their product and is willing to back that up with a lengthy guarantee long after the products have been put to use.

Available exclusively through the primary website Revitol Anti Aging Moisturizer sells for $59.95 and there is a 90 day money back guarantee on all orders.

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Q: I just ordered the free trial for Revitol. It does say that unless you cancel they will automatically send a renewal product. They did give me a number to call back. Are they legitimate or should I cancel them back right away? -Donna

A: Hi Donna, I actually used to really liked Revitol products, it's a good quality line however they've tarnished their brand by offering them by way of free trials.  Did you read the terms and conditions? It's either a 14 day trial where they will bill you on the 14th day (day 1 would be today, the day you ordered), or it "could" be a 30 day trial, which I tend to doubt (it's probably 14). I would call them to confirm what the terms are. These trials are also subscriptions so they'll continue to send it to you every 30 days until you cancel.  Let me know how this turns out, and if you're not comfortable with their terms, tell them you wish to cancel immediately and to not send any product. Rachel

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Rachel Vrabel

Rachel is Chief Editor of Women’s Blog Talk and writes reviews across the spectrum of anti-aging, health and beauty. She has an English degree from USF and worked in finance for 15 years before establishing this website in 2011. She loves having a place she can share her inspiration for health and beauty and continue to help others! She lives in South Florida with her husband and her hobbies include beach volleyball, HIIT training and combing the beach for sea glass and shells.


  • Emily


    Could you please help me more? I just want to get out of Anti Aging. And here on this page, i see two products as a recommendation for you, First One is Revitol and Second is LifeCell…

    It’s confusing me now 🙁 Please recommend one to me that which one should i buy?

    What do you say about this review? Are they saying the truth about revitol?

    Thanks and i am waiting for your reply 🙂

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel

      Hi Emily, I haven’t used Revitol in years but it was a good anti-aging moisturizer. The review you posted (I deleted the link) is an old affiliate review from someone who sells it. I did promote this cream like 7 years ago when I tried it and really liked it and used for about six months. But there are better creams. Lifecell is much better overall but it’s pricey. Something I’ve been using lately that I really love and it’s only $40 is the Posh Gimme a Boost Moisturizer. It has a really good hydrating feel but doesn’t leave your face oily.Posh makes products using natural ingredients and is made in the U.S.A. Also, if $40 is too steep of a price point, their Never Grow Up Moisturizer is fabulous and contains lots of Vitamin C. Both good choices but if the signs of aging are bothering you, the Gimme a Boost from their Defiant line is the stronger anti-aging product. Please let me know if you need any help making a choice depending on your skin. Thank you! Rachel

  • Lynne McNeill


    Have you found a product that you thought was just as good as Revitol’s Anti Aging Moisturizing Cream that you can buy in a department store?


    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Vrabel

      Hi Lynne, thanks for your question. I’m always buying new products from Sephora to do reviews on. Recently I tried the Algenist line and it’s definitely a product I would use again, however it’s pricey! Revitol does have a 90 day money back guarantee if that helps. It’s also not a “free trial.” But if you’re adamant on buying from a store, then I would recommend a few lines: Algenist, Dr. Brandt, or Bliss. I love all three of these product lines but they are all about double the price of Revitol which is a great cream.

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