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If you’re reading this, then you’re probably looking for information about Revitol Scar Cream. It’s one of the products being heavily promoted by magazine models who attest to its effectiveness, and that’s actually where I first heard about it. Naturally, I don’t jump on the bandwagon until I get some hard evidence that it actually works. That’s kinda why I put this site together. Here, you’ll find some of the facts I dug up after thoroughly researching it. Once you read this, you can then decide whether it can help you lose those unsightly marks or whether it’s just not right for you. Let’s get to it shall we?
What is it?
Revitol Scar Cream is a popular product made by the company Revitol. They’ve been around for almost a decade now and are a leading skin care treatment experts. This cream is among their latest creations and is said to use all natural ingredients to combat scars. According to the manufacturers, the cream works both on new and old scars and can significantly reduce their unattractive appearance in a matter of weeks. There are two reasons why the Revitol’s brand of scar cream is different from all other scar removal products out there:
- Revitol is a member of the Natural Products Association, which guarantees that every ingredient inside the cream is all-natural. This means that untoward allergies as well as any harmful side effects to the cream are greatly reduced compared to other products that use artificial elements.
- The cream is said to work all across the board; it treats scars caused by acne, burns, cuts, gashes, bruises, and even surgery. Customer satisfaction is attested to by the company (I also compiled real user feedback – see below for more).
How does it really work?
According to the official website, Revitol’s Scar Cream is a mixture of vitamins and minerals that work to rejuvenate the skin cells. As wounds from acne, bruises, cuts, or burns start to heal, hardened scar tissue caused by the trauma forms, and the healthy skin cells around that area die out. Applying it greatly increases the new production of skin cells that soon crowd out and replace the scar tissue with constant use. The company also reports that they added plant extracts that moisturizes the skin to prevent dying and give it a more revitalized look.
If you’re interested I wrote an in-depth post about if and how it works over here.
Sounds good but does it really work?
I took the time to scout out some feedback from people who have tried the cream but are not part of the Revitol testimonials. I found tons of unbiased revitol scar cream reviews from public forums and the like, and here are three that summarize what the majority are saying:
Here is another one:
This next one also showed it works although the user wished it would work faster. This is an important point actually, you need to have realistic expectation on how fast it will work, if you are thinking it will only take a few days or a week then you’re mistaken:
The general consensus seems to be that, while it needs a few weeks to effectively remove the scars, it ultimately works with constant use.
Protect yourself please!
If you plan on buying the cream, make sure to do so only at Revitol’s official website and nowhere else. I found some customers from all over the Internet complaining about receiving cream that was either expired or clearly a copycat product that did not look anything like the original from third party vendors. Also, it’s never safe to get the cream from shady sellers that may try to hook you in with great discounts in order to trick you into purchasing problematic products. Only on the Revitol official website can you be guaranteed of a safe and genuine purchase. The customer service, shipping and guarantee the official site offer are all seemingly rock solid – there is a 90-day money back guarantee so if it doesn’t work or you don’t like it for whatever reason you can get a full refund so there is no risk.
How to get your money’s worth
I looked around and it turns out that some offers from the official Revitol site actually end up being the cheapest. It’s in my nature to watch out for special offers and discounts and and small gem I found at the official site was a limited time offer where buying in bulk means you save up to 50%. That’s nothing to sneeze at! Basically if you buy 3 jars, you get 3 free. There is also another offer to buy 2 jars and get one free offer which is pretty decent as well.
Something you may want to consider it that you can still get the discount even if you only decide on 1 jar of Revitol Scar Cream by looking around for some friends who want to purchase the cream as well. By pooling your money together and buying the bulk offers, you can all save together. It’s difficult to say exactly how long it will last so I’d recommend trying to exploit the offer while it’s still on.
Hope you found this guide useful!