Revital Eyes Overview
Revital Eyes is a beauty formula specifically created to target the delicate eye area, one of the first places on your face to start showing the signs of aging. It claims to firm puffy eyes and strengthen sagging eyes while diminishing the appearance of dark circles. Revital Eyes is manufactured by a company called Reviva Labs, which has been in business since 1973, producing all natural skin care products that are sold in health food stores and salons worldwide. They do not test on animals and offer a general guarantee offering a credit upon return of the product.
Revital Eyes Product Details
The Reviva Labs product page for Revital Eyes Eyelid Serum is not very informative or extensive. It simply contains a few sentences that state the serum works on eyelids and dark circles. It seems to help with eyelid sagging or drooping by firming and vitalizing the skin around the eyes. There are no further details mentioned as far as ingredients, how it works, reviews, etc. If you search for Revital Eyes Eyelid Serum online, you will find that other online retailers carry it and offer more information. Of course, you can never be certain how official or accurate this information is since it doesn’t come from the company directly. The full ingredients can be found, and seem to include herbal extracts of hops, rosemary, horsetail, pine and lemon. It also contains DNA and amniotic fluid. Exactly how these ingredients work, or how the product as a whole works, is not clearly explained. There are no trials or clinical studies that support any claims of the product’s effectiveness.
Strengths Of Revital Eyes
- All natural
- No animal testing
- Created by a company that has been in business for 36 years
- Widely available
Weaknesses Of Revital Eyes
- The official website does not contain very much in the way of information about the product
- No testimonials
- No explanation of how it works
- The full ingredient list is not published
- The guarantee is vaguely worded
- Does not seem to contain clinically tested ingredients or elements that have shown promise in laboratory trials
- Does not provide clinical evidence for the product effectiveness as a whole
Revital Eyes The Bottom Line
While Revital Eyes seems to be a promising natural product created by a longstanding company that has been in the beauty and health business for a long time, it is difficult to fully evaluate it based on the information given on the website. It would be helpful if they included the full ingredients, what they are and how they work, testimonials, clinical evidence to support their claims, and a detailed guarantee. However, a search on other sites can bring more information to light, but this is not ideal, especially when there are countless other websites that provide all the necessary information to make an informed decision on whether to purchase their product. Also, it would be more encouraging if it contained at least one patented or clinically proven ingredient and if the guarantee were more clearly explained.
Below is the list of the top eye cream brands on today’s market. With careful evaluation of safety and effectiveness of each brand, backed by clinical studies and research, we ranked the products from best (5 stars) to worst (2 stars). Each product’s potential to lighten dark circles, reduce eye bags and puffiness, reduce fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet, increase hydration and to calm and soothe are the criteria used for determining the overall value of each eye cream brand.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.
*Results may vary. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. No medical claims are implied in this content, and the information herein is not intended be used for self diagnosis or self treatment of any condition.
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