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Beautiful skin is on everyone’s mind, especially heading into the holiday season here.  Nobody wants to look older than they should, and that’s very true when it comes to seeing family that you’ve neglected to keep in contact with over the last year.  But, not every cream, lotion or potion is made the same way.  And, when it comes to determining what you should use to help your skin look its best, you may need a little help.  Well, consider this a present from us to you.  Today we’re reviewing a popular new product, Rev Glow, to see if this could be your answer to getting younger-looking skin.

We sought out the Rev Glow manufacturer’s site to get our information about this up-and-coming product.  Because, that’s the best place to find out information, like what kind of ingredients this cream uses to get its anti-aging benefits, what kind of results the product promises, and how much it’s going to cost you, the consumer.  Of course, we then report all of this back to you, along with our recommendation (or not).  So, what was our final tally on the new Rev Glow Cream?  Hang tight and we’ll let you know towards the end.  Otherwise, please feel free to check out our favorite anti-aging cream by clicking that button right below this paragraph.  (Or, hit up the side widgets if you’re viewing this on a desktop.)


Rev Glow Ingredients

Let’s just quickly run over why skin starts looking old in the first place.  As you age, your skin’s tissue does, too.  And, that can cause a breakdown of collagen, the protein in skin that holds connective tissues together.  Products generally fight this process in a couple ways.  For example, you may see a product that contains hyaluronic acid, a substance that helps exfoliate away dead skin and bring out the luminosity of skin underneath.  Or, you could get a peptide cream, which uses amino acids to fool your skin into producing more collagen.  Rev Glow doesn’t use either of those methods, however – rather, it opts for a combination of three approaches.

Firstly, Rev Glow Skin Care contains vitamin C.  And, vitamin C is really good for keeping your skin, hair, and nails healthy (not to mention the rest of you).  Vitamin C shows up in fruit and sometimes acidic beverages, but Americans in general still don’t get enough of it.  And, applying Vitamin C topically, as you would be doing with Rev Glow, may be extra effective for helping out your skin.  But, what else is in Rev Glow Anti-Wrinkle Solution?  Well, there’s also retinol, which is a version of Vitamin A – another great nutrient for healthy skin.  (Keep in mind that with any topical Vitamin A product, you should avoid direct sunlight for 30 minutes after use.)  However, the thing we’re most excited about is the marine collagen, which is absorbed around 1.5 times more efficiently than other types of collagen you may find in skin care products.

Should You Buy Rev Glow Cream?

Since we review so many peptide creams, it’s very refreshing to see a product that takes such a unique approach to anti-aging skincare.  And, each of these methods is effective in itself, so you should definitely see some benefits with all three put into this one intriguing cream.  Plus, Rev Glow does have a trial offer, which means that you could try it out for just the shipping price upfront.  Be sure to read the terms and conditions, and then we say give it a shot.

Of course, if you want to see what we’re into these days, check out our favorite skincare product by hitting up that button above or the side widgets.  And, thank you again for stopping by to see what we’re talking about!  Happy skincare hunting!

Rebecca Thompson

Rebecca Thompson

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