Revitol Review – Does the Revitol Product Line Live Up to Its Claims?

Revitol Review

BUYER BEWARE – Please read this entire Revitol review and comments before purchasing this product.


To be honest, up until a few months ago, I had never heard of the Revitol product line. There is little or no advertising in women’s magazines and no celebrity endorsements of the products. Still, this decade old skin care company has found it’s way to the top of the natural skin care genre and along the way it has developed a fan base virtually all over the world.

The Revitol product line was founded in 2002 with one purpose – to bridge the gap between science and nature in order to create a line of natural skin care products that would deliver measurable results without the use of harsh chemicals. Truly a pioneer in the natural skin care market, Revitol not only carved the path for its subsequent rivals in the industry, the products have maintained their popularity and longevity in an extremely competitive arena. Before we discuss the pros and cons of our Revitol Review, let’s take a closer look at the product line.


What’s it all about?

Revitol is a comprehensive line of all natural skin care products ranging from anti-aging serums and creams to targeted skin care products for acne, eczema, and cellulite and other bothersome skin conditions. The now international company has successfully blended nutritional science with the finest botanical ingredients sourced from around the world. The result is a natural skin care line of over a dozen products to date, all free of harsh and toxic chemicals. Sounds great, but is Revitol all that it claims to be?


There are a few significant things we like about the Revitol product line. First and foremost – the fact that it utilizes natural and botanical ingredients in its product line. Revitol is a member of the Natural Products Association, which maintains very high standards for companies bearing their label.

Second, we like the full spectrum of products in the Revitol line. The company seems to have conducted abundant research to provide a natural option for those people dealing with a variety of troublesome skin conditions.

Lastly, we love the fact that the Revitol skin care line stands behind its product 100% and provides consumers trial options that allow them to experience the product without digging into their pocketbook.



Though Revitol is a great natural skin care line, there are some things that you should be aware of before trying the product. First, it’s not cheap. It you decide (after your trial) that you like the product line, you can expect to shell out some cash to continue reaping the rewards this natural skin care. Although many people feel that the benefits of proven natural skin care products outweigh the cost, it’s something that we wanted to bring to your attention.

Second, according to the people that we polled, there seems to be some inconsistency of efficacy amongst some of the products in the Revitol line. While some people gave 5 stars to the anti-aging serum, they only gave 3 stars to the anti-aging cream. We found similar opinions with some of the acne line and some of the targeted products, as well. We understand that this is to be expected with any consumer product that is being reviewed. We will always find ‘ney-sayers’ among any group of people that are asked to give their opinion. Ultimately, the only opinion that should really matter to you – is yours!


Overall Thoughts

Overall, we like the Revitol skin care product line, but we do not love it. We like the fact that they were literally pioneers in the natural skin care arena…. However, for us the efficacy just isn’t consistent enough for a five star rating. Though they were among the first to enter the natural skin care genre … their reputation seems to be resting on their laurels a bit. In this day and age when science and nature are truly married to deliver state of the art natural organic skin care lines, Revitol seems to have lagged behind. That – coupled with the fact that they still insist on using some synthetic ingredients, allows us to give the Revitol product line only a 3 star rating.


If you are interested in an effective and high quality natural organic skin care line, check out the following resources:

Dr. Alkaitis ReviewDr. Alkaitis Organic Skin Food: Products so pure and natural, they are edible!

Essona ReviewEssona Organics Skin Care Products beautifully marry homeopathic botanical ingredients with cutting edge skin care technology.


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  • Judy Hall August 9, 2016, 10:37 pm

    I am very disappointed to say the least. I ordered the free trail and paid the shipping. Then I check my bank statement and see that it was charged with $84.00! I am a senior citizen on a fixed income and can’t afford that debit. If I return it will I get my $84.00 back or am I just screwed?

    • Natural Skin Care Love August 11, 2016, 3:02 pm

      Judy ~ I am so sorry that you’ve had such a negative experience …. here is the number for Revitol’s customer service (818) 303-9260 … hopefully they can help you with a refund. I have put a notation on the review article for others to beware of their potentially fraudulent practices.

  • Martie June 11, 2014, 10:11 am

    I would like to know the price of the product before I sign up for the free trial. Is the price so extremely high that they are afraid to be honest with people? Anytime a company hides anything it makes them appear dishonest.

    • Natural Skin Care Love June 11, 2014, 10:41 am

      Hi Martie ~

      Please let me clarify … this is not a free trial offer.

      The price information actually appears after the form on the first page is completed.

      There is no obligation to purchase on that page … and no credit card information is requested on that page.

      The free offer is applied when multiple orders are placed.

      I hope that clears things up 🙂