Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Reviva Labs with Newly Named Products for the better US 1/30 #skincare #beauty

Reviva Labs review
Reviva Labs isn't an unfamiliar brand to us here at WOS. Part of it's draw is definitely the fact that it's used at over 1200 professional skin care salons. Skin care is especially important during these winter months when it's particularly easy to get dried out. This time, we will be taking a look at two creams that have always been in their line just renamed. You tell me, do they live up to the name change? Oh and be sure to stick with us because this is a part of the New Year's Giveaway Hop so not only will you be able to enter to win the review products here, you can also visit the other blogs for other great giveaways!

The Nourishing Cream (#306) formerly known as the EFAs Cream retails for $25 (1.5oz/42g). This particular cream is a concoction of 10 different Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids (EFAs) from plants and pomegranate oil, hence the original name EFAs cream. According to Reviva Labs research, EFAs are important in maintaining the fullness, bounce and thickness of youthful skin. The result of this cream is to provide smoother, plumper, and softer look to skin and hands.

At first glance, this minimally scented yellow cream appears to be thick. However, it turned out to be of a medium consistency that smoothed and blended easily into my skin. My skin is already typically soft but I was pleased to even immediately feel added softness after application of the cream. Used twice a day, it'll help to fight dryness and produce healthier, younger looking skin.
Collagen Regeneration Cream, Nourishing Cream, Review
The Collagen Regeneration Cream (#305) comes in a 2oz/55g container for $35 and is formerly known as the TGF Beta-1 Cream. It's fairly common knowledge that the sun can damage our skin, wrecking havoc on collagen, the elastic that holds our skin together. When that gets damaged, wrinkles form.

Reviva's special Collagen Regeneration Formula (with Tissue Growth Factors) can help repair sun damage and help new collagen growth. In that sense, it is one up on its competitors because it also deals with sun-damaged collagen. Interestingly, this means it just may be a powerful anti-aging serum that reduces the appearance of wrinkles and improves skin tone and texture. They further include an antioxidant, CoQ10, which will help to protect against future damage.

Used alone, over serums, gels or glycolic creams, or under Alpha Lipoic or other creams, this cream is light and soft and meant to be used twice daily in 2 week cycles. Again, it leaves the skin feeling soft and supple but the wrinkles won't disappear overnight. Expect to start seeing changes after about 8 weeks.

Overall, I'm a fan of the name change. Having scientific names that most people don't know about probably was hurting them more. I personally enjoy the change of names to something that a diverse group of people would easily understand and reap the benefits of. What do you think?

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Couponing in Central Florida! said...[Reply]

It really is time for me to take better care of my skin-what a great product! Thank you for posting, I will check them out

Mariah @ said...[Reply]

I definitely need to take better care of my skin. Thanks for sharing about this line!

Ourfamilyworld said...[Reply]

I try to take good care of my skin, and I'm always on the lookout for new products to help. I'll check out RevivaR. From the pics, it looks like a wonderful cream!

Diane N - Philzendia said...[Reply]

I'm a product junkie and am always on the lookout for great skin care products. I hadn't heard of this one. Thanks for the review!

Sacha Schroeder said...[Reply]

I think these look great! Thank you so much for the review and the giveaway!

celina k said...[Reply]

I think the products sound wonderful, and I would love to try them! I am always looking for new and better products to use for my skin, especially my face. And I like the name change :)

celina k said...[Reply]

I would like to try everything! But first I guess I'd go for the Light Skin Peel.

Natalie Parvis-Nichols said...[Reply]

I try to take care of my skin but it can be difficult to find something that really works! This looks great thank you for the review & giveaway!

Natalie Parvis-Nichols said...[Reply]

I learned that it was the first in health-food stores with elastin

Cindi Decker said...[Reply]

I'm always willing to try a new product to care dor my skin. I try to take good care of my skin and think it looks good for my age. I would like to keep it that way or even improve it.

Cindi Decker said...[Reply]

Lighten and brighten dark spot serum.

DONNA CHEATLE said...[Reply]

I love any product that helps me take better care of my skin. I spend too much time in the sun in the summer, and a lot of time in a pool so I need the extra help

DONNA CHEATLE said...[Reply]

I'd like to try the stem cell booster serum. We can all use a little anti-aging, right?

June L said...[Reply]

I would like to try the Collagen cream. Not just to prevent wrinkles, but to see how it does on general damage.

celina k said...[Reply]

I learned that it was the first in health food stores with vitamin P for spider veins and rosacea.

bettycd said...[Reply]

It's another birthday every year and there comes a time where I can't get way with not taking care of my skin. I'd love to try Reviva renewal cream

bettycd said...[Reply]

Love to try the Nourishing Cream

crissi mcveay said...[Reply]

i would love to try these, i am constantly trying new products to try and find the right fit for me.

crissi mcveay said...[Reply]

i would love to try Firming Eye Serum for the bags under my eyes.

Michele P. said...[Reply]

I think these would be great to dry, the cold winter weather has been very harsh on my skin this year, and it feels so dry and tight...

Michele P. said...[Reply]

I learned that Reviva was first in health food stores with Vitamin P for spider veins and rosacea-considering I have rosacea, I am definitely wanting to try their stuff!

Tracy said...[Reply]

I think I'd love that it doesn't have a heavy, greasy feel to it.

Tracy said...[Reply]

I'd love to try the Light Skin Peel.

Michelle Dement said...[Reply]

i would like to try Collagen Fibre Eye Pad Kit w/Myoxinal (4 Pair)

DH Jax said...[Reply]

Didn't know Reviva products were used at so many salons.... I'd like to try the stem cell serum in addition to these other products as I've tried a couple other much more expensive stem cell products in the past with great results and interested to see hoe this would compare....

The name change on their products was very smart in my opinion, as many people dont want to take time to read all the labels just to find out what the products are for, the new names let you know without reading anything else what the products main purpose is for and nourishing cream and Regeneration cream are so much more friendly to regular people than EFA and TGF cream.... It's definately a smart move on their part To do the name changes.... Thank you for the review, I'd love to win these skin creams to help take better care of my skin.

Lisa R said...[Reply]

wow a lot of things on their site to take care of your skin

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Lisa R said...[Reply]

Like to try Microdermabrasion Pomegranate Scrub 2 oz

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