Unlisted Brand • RevaleSkin Night Cream • Treatments
|Would buy this product again.||68%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have combination, sensitive skin and very prone to break out. I decided to try this moisturizer because of the good reviews I've read. This product is totally awesome. The best of all the moisturizers I've ever tried. I'd been using this for 3 weeks now but I saw visible result right from the very first morning after I started using this product. My pores were smaller and my skin clearer. I restarted using obagi last week and I use this to prevent too much dryness that obagi /retin A causes on my skin and it does work wonderfully. My skin doesn't get too try but I'm still peeling but it doesnt have that tight dry rough feel to it. I should have discovered this product a long time ago. I'm going to try their eye cream also.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This product really does calm redness in rosacea prone/sensitive skin. You have to use it for at least a few weeks, daily, before you will see the results. When I use this product daily my skin is very pale and has no redness or blotchiness.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I really like this product, Im 27 and ive been using this for about a year now (the same bottle!!!), i apply it EVERY single night, just a pump is enough to cover your entire face. My skin tone is more even since the very first week i used this product. so far, 2 different dermatologist have recommend me this exact same product for the night. Fortunately this cream is much cheaper in Mexico, I bought it for 60 dlls., but i recently found a dermatologist office that sells is for less than 40! yeii..
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I used it nightly, and woke up to soft even tone skin. It does have a sweet coffee smell and felt sticky/tacky once applied, but it's a nightcream so managed it. I was half through the bottle when I left it behind while traveling. Thinking about giving it another whirl, and hopefully I will report back after I use the entire bottle.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Grey
I have been using this for 4 months now, and I'm still on my first bottle. I use one pump/night of this green cream to cover my face and neck. I bought this because of its claim to help rosacea/red skin. I don't have rosacea, but my skin is just naturally red on my whole face, and I wanted to tone down that redness without having to wear full coverage makeup all the time. After about 1 to 2 months of using this I started noticing a difference in my redness, it started diminishing, and now theres still a little redness but it has much improved. Also, my skin is very acne prone, but this didn't cause any breakouts. It's moisturizing for my combination/oily face without needing to put anything else over this at night. I bought mine on ebay for half the price it is on skinstore.com.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Had read lots of different articles in reference to the anti-aging abilities of coffeeberry so I ordered this (expensive). Have tried to use it for months (had a bad reaction so tried to decrease usage- I get a bad rash wherever on my face I apply it!- so I cannot use it at all). After my skin peels off from the rash, I thought maybe there would be some improvement. I saw none. Retin A and Neutrogena products are the only products that have any positive effects without the reactions.
may work on others with less sensitive skin...
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
The thing about antioxidant serums is, who really knows what effect one is actually having in preventing skin aging relative to another antioxidant serum? Revaleskin has a nice array of ingredients except for the exclusion of superoxide dismutase, which I find doesn't seem to be included in as many products as adjunct antioxidant. Anyway, Revaleskin is a nice product- goes on smoothly, hasn't caused a reaction and comes in a nice air-excluding pump bottle. The smell reminds me of those coffee hard candies and is a bit too sweet for me. Nice product, but I'm not itching to order a second.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I brought this on ebay for about $100.
my skin: oily/dehydrated with minor breakouts. can get greasy
im 27 years old, asian and have olive skin.
with that said,
i brought this mainly cz all of the articles ive read about coffeeberry being the strong antioxidant on the market right now.
my routine: wash with aveeno cleanser and clarisonic brush on low nightly. i use an organic lavendar hydrating toner. and i put on eyecream. and then i put this on.
in the beginning- i wasn't sure if this cream was hydrating enough? i felt like it wasn't rich enough. however- it's been working fine for my skin in terms of moisturization so i think im just not used to the fact that it's not greasy.
also - i didnt really notice a big change in the beginning. but after about a month of this- i noticed how nice my skin has become.
even toned, smooth, glowing with no redness anymore and minimum breakouts.
ive had friends tell me that my skin has never looked better.
i no longer wear concealer anymore because i no longer have red spots or redness. my skin is just smooth and even toned and... glowing. it just looks great.
it's totally worth the $100
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I do a lot of research on skin products and after reading article after article about all of the positive benefits of coffe berry I decided to give this a 2nd try; I did buy a bottle of this about a year ago and honestly didn't notice enough benefit to run out and purchase another bottle, especially due to the price. But with the continued uplifting articles, I thought I'd go for round 2.
And.....Round 2 is causing break outs!!! It took me awhile to figure out exactly what is causing them and I didn't want to believe that this was the reason. I even read through the other reviews on here to see if anyone else has had the same problem, but so far I've only discovred one other person with similar results.
Breakouts or not, I can't say that I have even noticed a big difference in my skin, nothing amazing or worth the $$ paid for this. I think there are other great products out there with antioxidants that are just as good. I also believe that for great skin care, the antioxidants must be prevalent in your diet as well as your products.
Update: I have switched to using this product every other night and I apply it with a light hand. I am no longer having the break out issues but I'm not convinced that this is really doing anything for me therefore I probably would not buy it again,.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I'm bought the whole set which includes the cleanser, day cream and night cream. I've been using it for almost 2 months and I can see an improvement in clarity of my skin. As for the wrinkles, they seem to have been kept at bay. After a while I switched to my favorite VMV Glykeros cleanser which has kinetin and glycolic then alternate my toner with a Rice organic toner with the Avon retexturizing pads. The cleanser seems too flimsy for my oiliness hehe thats why i just use it when I feel that I need a gentler cleanser. The night cream smells funny and turns dark when exposed to light so I know that antioxidant property is very high. The SPF 25 in the Day cream is a good thing but since I live in a tropical country I still apply sunscreen. Overall I'm satisfied with this regimen and would recommend this for ladies who are in search for the next best thing in anti aging :>
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
You know a product is actually good stuff and working when the man in your life asks you what you're doing differently with your skin/makeup and gives you a compliment. That's what happened to me within days of just recently purchasing this product. I have to say that sold me on it! I also love the way this stuff smells. I use two pumps worth morning and night. Even though it says it's a night cream, my facialist said it's okay to use it during the day too. In the morning I apply my Skinceauticals serum first after I wash my face. Then apply this moisturizer then my sunscreen. At night, I put this on right after I wash my face. Then I wait 30 minutes and then apply my Renova. I definitely will buy this again as my regular moisturizer. I tend to be acne prone, but this did not make me break out at all. Using this product and Renova, my skin is looking more amazing than ever. It is a bit pricey at $110.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I have seen this product work wonders on tons of patients in our medi spa practice, and I have tons of patients coming back to repurchase product!
I myself may have had a breakout, or it may have just been a simple as something going on with my own skin.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Full disclosure – one of my friends is a sales rep for this product and hooked me up with a nice supply of the day cream, night cream, eye cream, and intensive recovery therapy. While I was somewhat intrigued by the potent antioxidants of this coffeeberry line, I don’t know if it is a moisturizer I would have purchased on my own. It is also pretty expensive for a pretty small bottle. When I first started using it, I wasn’t crazy about the smell, or even sure if it was absorbing as deep as other moisturizers I have used. Yet, as I continued religiously using the RevaleSkin day cream in the morning and the night cream before bedtime, something crazy started happening. Besides the smell kind of growing on me, my normally red/blotchy and not so awesome textured skin began looking, well, pretty much flawless. To be fair, I have also been benefitting from monthly facials, but my facialist comments all the time now on how beautiful my skin has been looking. I mix a generous amount of the day cream with my Laura Mercier tinted moisturizer in the morning, and I just heart the way it goes on. And thanks to a review I read here, I also mix a dab of retin-a with the night cream. My skin looks and feels beautiful. I have to say though, b/c I am not paying for this stuff, I do not use it sparingly. I use a few pumps and I use it every single day. If I had to buy this, I would be trying to use as little as possible to try to conserve it for as long as possible at those prices. It is so weird, b/c when I use it, it just doesn’t feel or seem like it is anything special. But I have noticed a huge overall improvement in my skin – much more even skin tone, soft, healthy, dare I say, even a glow, without a shine? And it has been an improvement on an old acne scar. The best part is I literally have not had one blemish on my face in months. Like, I’ve been so spoiled using this that if my friend gets a different job, I might actually have to start buying it myself. Sigh…..
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I get this free from work (doctor's office) but I really do love it when my face gets dehydrated or irritated from travelling. It gets my skin 'back on track' and it doesn't clog my skin. I haven't noticed any improvement on my acne scars yet and I've been using it on and off for 6 months. Maybe if I used it everyday I would see better results. Still, it's a great product for my sensitive/combo/acne-prone skin type.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I'm 33, and i've been using this product for 5 days. 5 days! Every morning i wake up with smooth, refreshed skin with less visible pores. I've noticed my old acne scars to be lightening, and fine lines on my nasolabial fold to be less. Highly recommended product. Would definitely re-purchase.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
This is a reply to the review a few below. I agree that it is truly boneheaded of RevaleSkin to list their Coffeeberry/CoffeeFruit ingredient as "coffee seed" extract. However, it does contain "CoffeeBerry" as they are one of only about two companies right now who are getting the active from VDF FutureCeuticals which has actually trademarked the word "CoffeeBerry." For various reasons, I've opted for the other brand selling CoffeeBerry, even though it has a lower concentration, but wouldn't hesitate to try RevaleSkin because it does contain the advertised active. I am giving only 4 stars because I'm tired of the high prices being asked for these potions, esp. where the active ingredient is only at 1% (though, this is the highest percentage in any CoffeeBerry topical that I've seen -- ah, the cosmetic biz --what a racket!).
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I turned 35 this year, and I decided that I was going to fix my mild acne once and for all. Plus, I'm 35 and starting to worry about getting little laugh lines. So I asked my dermatologist for Retin-A, and he recommended this night cream that he sells in his office.
It was so freaking expensive-- $110. If I could give the price rating more than a 5, I would give it a 7 or 8. But I figured, "What the hell. I'll try it for the first bottle and then see how it works." So I followed his instructions-- one pump of the night cream with a small dab of Retin-A, mix together and apply over the whole face and neck.
It has been 1 month, and my skin is looking great. Other people told me that Retin-A would cause stinging, burning, drying, peeling, irritation, etc. But since I apply it with this Revale night cream, I haven't had any side effects at all. Maybe a tiny bit of dryness and peeling in the dry parts of my cheeks and throat. And the Retin-A is also improving the acne and oiliness, making the pores appear smaller. It's hard for me to say that the skin cream would be worth it if I wasn't using Retin-A. But it's working and my skin feels really good.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I've been using the whole line since about November. I did get a bunch of compliments on how good my skin looked, or how I had this glow. I've been purchasing the products on ebay and save a lot off the retail price that way. I haven't really noticed a difference in fine lines or pigmentation, but I don't think I'm really good on noticing those subtle things. With all the hype regarding coffeeberry I'm going to keep using the night cream at least until I do/don't notice a difference and I've had a lot of time to decide. The day cream is nice but only and SPF 15, so sometimes I put a higher SPF on top. No eye cream yet for this product line, but I don't think a separate eye cream is needed, that's just a way for companies to get us to buy another product, right?
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I came across a lot of buzz about this product in mags, tv etc. It costed $99 @ dermstore.com. I have noticed a definite improvement in my complexion since I started using it, I do so only once at night. The active ingredient-coffeeberry is touted to have better antioxidant properties than idebenone(prevage). It protects and repairs like any super antioxidant, like prevage, c+e ferulic etc. There is lots of info on web-just google revaleskin.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Green
BEWARE, consumers! SaraLee2, your ingredient list posted for this product, and the ingredient list I found on at least 3 sites selling this product, including www.revaleskin-direct.com, are markedly different.
Your list shows 1% coffeeberry as the first ingredient. The ingredient lists I found for this product (posted below) contain NO coffeeberry whatsoever; what they contain -- way on down the list, I might add, is coffee SEED extract. The amazing antioxidant properties are supposed to be in the coffeeberry (the fruit/berry portion), NOT in the seed or bean. No percentage is given in the ingredient list, and the first ingredient is water. By U.S. law, ingredients must be listed in the order of highest concentration to lowest concentration. So even if there were coffeeberry in this product (which there apparently isn't), listing 1% coffeeberry as the first ingredient would be illegal due to the fact that there is far more water (and 'cones, etc.) than there are any coffee-based derivatives. It's also misleading/false advertsiing to claim a product contains coffeeberry (the antioxidant-rich fruit), when what it actally contains is coffee seed extract (from the bean, not the fruit).
Interestingly, the official website for the product, revaleskin.com, makes no mention of the ingredients list for any of the products. It merely gives links to other sites and locations that sell the products.
The reason the coffeeberry (the BERRY, not the seed/bean) is receiving so much immediate attention is that supposedly the fruit is highly perishable and has been impossible keep in a non-perishable state once harvested, until a chemist discovered/invented a way to keep the fruit and its antioxidant properties intact long enough for the beneficial active antioxidants to be integrated into ingestable and topical products. The unroasted seed/bean neither contains these nor is it highly perishable like the fruit.
Surely I'm not the first person to notice this discrepency in the ingredients list. Wonder what's up with that?
Water (Aqua), Glycerin, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Cyclomethicone, Cetyl Ricinoleate, Cetearyl Glucoside, Pentylene Glycol, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Coffee Arabica (Coffee) Seed Extract, Dimethicone, Ceresin, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Sodium PCA, Urea, Trehalose, Sodium Hyaluronate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Glycosphigolipids, Phospholipids, Cholesterol, Panthenol, Polyisobutene, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract, Silica, Alumina, Steareth-20, Steareth-2, Triethanolamine, Polyacrylate-13, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Xanthan Gum, Polysorbate 20, Polyquaternium-51, Disodium EDTA, Phenoxyetehanol, Ethylhexyglycerin, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, CI 77891, CI 42090, CI 42053, CI 19140.