Revitol is an extremely popular stretch mark cream that has made many claims of success. Because popularity does not necessarily mean effectiveness, we are going to break down each ingredient in the product and take an up close look at how the ingredient may, or may not, work to help your body reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Remember stretch marks can be very difficult to treat, and as a result many marketers have taken advantage of this already flooded market by selling useless products that have no effect on the marks what so ever.
Let’s check out the product Revitol:
10% Squalene Oil- Squalene oil is naturally derived from olive oil isolates. It possesses powerful regeneration properties because of its amazing likeness to natural skin oils. When it is applied to the surface layer of skin it helps to protect the skin, and allows the skin to start a regeneration process. Over time skin regeneration makes scars, stretch marks, less visible. Using sqalene oil simply speeds up this completely normal bodily process.
Vitamin E- The benefits and healing that comes from using vitamin E are almost endless, but in this particular formula they use vitamin E because of its ability to enrich, or boost, the action of the squalene oil. Vitamin E is also an amazing antioxidant, and works as a skin regeneration initiator. The combination of the two makes for one powerful skin regeneration tool. Remember regeneration of the skin is necessary to minimize the appearance of the scar/stretch mark.
Vitamin A Palmitate- Vitamin A helps improve the appearance of stretch marks and helps regulate new skin growth.
Vitamin D3- Now that we have started the regeneration process on the skin, we need to allow new, unmarked, skin to grow in its place. Vitamin D3 is necessary for new skin cell production, and it completes the actions of vitamins A and E. When Vitamin D is applied topically, in high concentrations, it shows beneficial effects on the cellular processes. This helps to rejuvenate skin.
DL-Penthenol- Is the scientific version of Pro-Vitamin D5 it soothes skin while stimulating cell growth. D5 aids in skin regeneration and promotes the production of collagen and elastin. All of these components will help reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
Aloe Vera Extract- Aloe has been used for thousands of years for its ability to soothe the skin and promote healing. Anything that protects and soothes the skin is a good shoe in for aiding the skin in stimulating the regeneration process.
Grapefruit Seed Extract- An essential part of reducing the appearance of any skin flaw is the production of collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are responsible for the elasticity of the skin, which in turn is responsible for the strength and texture of the skin. Grapefruit seed extract is a great way to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.
There are a few other basic ingredients in Revitol that are considered non-active ingredients, and are essentially responsible for giving the cream its thick consistency. Assessing the ingredients of Revitol have left me with the conclusion that this cream is extremely effective at promoting regeneration of the skin surface. Basically this means that using Revitol will in fact promote the skin to resurface it self quite nicely. Stretch marks fade over time due to the body’s normal skin re-surfacing process, it appears to me that Revitol does in fact have the potential to speed up this process, there by speeding up the fading process.
So, from an absolute ingredient review stand point, Revitol seems to be quite capable of fading the appearance of stretch marks by speeding up the body’s normal skin regeneration process.
Out of all the stretch mark creams tested, the highest rated stretch mark creams is: Revitol.
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