30 Days on RevitaLift: L’oreal RevitaLift Review


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Last month I was one of the lucky few sent the L’oreal RevitaLift line by Influenster. I received the 10% Pure Glycolic Acid Serum, Revitalift Triple Power Moisturizer and Revitalift Triple Power SPF. After using the L’oreal RevitaLift products exclusively for a month, I decided to do a L’oreal RevitaLift review. My 30 day L’oreal RevitaLift review is below.

First, I want to say that a few months ago I purchased another drug store anti aging line. I’m nearing 30 and while I’m not ready to try botox just yet. I do have a few fine lines and wrinkles that I could do without. I thought a drug store anti-aging line was a perfect alternative to expensive botox. So for 2 months I used RoC Daily Hydration Creme, Eye Cream, and Deep Wrinkle Night Cream and I was not impressed. While, the products did not have a negative impact on my skin. I noticed zero improvement in my lines and wrinkles.

When I received the L’oreal RevitaLift products from Influenster I was excited for the opportunity to try something new. For the next 30 days I used the Revitalift Triple Power Moisturizer followed by the Revitalift Triple Power SPF every morning. And then at night I would use the 10% Pure Glycolic Acid Serum followed by the  Revitalift Triple Power Day Cream.

The Revitalift Triple Power Moisturizer is a anti-aging moisturizer that contains; pro-retinol, vitamin c and hyaluronic acid. According to L’oreal the Moisturizer visibly reduces wrinkles, firms, and brightens skin after one week of use. The Moisturizer is fragrance free and can be worn under makeup. What I love about this product is that it’s thick and moisturizing without leaving your skin oily. While the Revitalift Triple Moisturizer left my skin smooth and soft after every use I didn’t notice a reduction in my wrinkles. I will keep using the product and update if I notice any real change.

The Revitalift Triple Power SPF similarly to the Day Cream is contains; pro-retinol, vitamin c and hyaluronic acid. I love this product because it does not leave me oily or leave behind a white cast. I can’t say that I noticed any anti-aging effects from the Triple Power SPF but I will keep it in my routine because it’s a great SPF for dark skin.

The 10% Pure Glycolic Acid Serum contains a resurfacing agent that is blended with aloe. According to L’oreal the 10% Pure Glycolic Acid Serum will immediately make skin smoother and refined and will even skin tone and reduce wrinkles over time. This is the product I love most out of the three. After applying the Serum my face would immediately appear and feel smoother. And after 30 days of use, I’ve noticed some of my most pesky dark spots have started to fade.

When I compare the Revitalift line to the RoC line, Revitalift is the clear winner. L’oreal Revitalift made my skin smoother and faded some of my dark spots. However, I did not notice a dramatic improvement in my fine lines and wrinkles after 30 days on Revitalift. I will continue to use the L’oreal Revitalift line and will update this post if I notice any real changes. Let me know what you think of my L’oreal Revitalift review, and if you have any questions feel free to post them in the comments below!

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  • Reply Kerry Hurst

    I just purchased L’Oreal Revitalift Triple Power & am excited to read your review & give it a try.
    I have dark skin & hyperpigmentation & am looking forward to improved results.

    July 11, 2020 at 8:46 PM
    • Reply

      Let me know what you think about it!

      July 11, 2020 at 9:28 PM
  • Reply Jennifer Thomas

    After continuous use did you see a difference or still the same as mentioned above?

    September 16, 2020 at 10:44 AM
    • Reply

      Unfortunately I didn’t notice much of a difference. I think there are other products out there that would give you faster/better results.

      September 16, 2020 at 11:02 AM

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