L’Oreal Revitalift Review

I was recently sent a trio of products from L’Oreal’s Revitalift line to try out and give them my honest feedback. I have used a lot of different face and skin products from lines made by dermatologists to expensive department store brands to drugstore generics and everything in between. I don’t think you necessarily have to pay a fortune to get good results, I think you just have to find something that works for you and be consistent.

The products I was sent were: L’Oreal Revitalift Glycolic Acid Serum, L’Oreal Revitalift Triple Power Moisturizer, and L’Oreal Revitalift Triple Power SPF 30. I’ve been using them for two weeks consistently now (these were actually the only skin care products I brought with me to New York) and I feel like I have enough information now to let you guys know my thoughts. So here’s the dish.


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Revitalift Derm Intensives 10% Pure Glycolic Acid Serum


Revitalift Derm Intensives 10% Pure Glycolic Acid Serum

I can honestly this stuff is strong! Maybe a little too strong for my thin skin, I actually had to switch to using this every other day because I had some peeling that I wanted to avoid. That’s okay, not unexpected with acid products, it’s kind of proof it’s working. But it gave me the same exact effects I have had with serums costing almost ten times as much, so that’s kind of a huge deal. It soaks into your skin right away, doesn’t feel sticky or tacky and has no strong smell. It’s easy and pleasant to use and other than the peeling (again, not unexpected), I had no issues with this serum. And the peeling itself told me it was working. With a 10% acid serum, you’re going to get some exfoliation and it was honestly exciting to see that I was getting immediate results. I will definitely continue using this as I think it’s a bargain at $30.

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Revitalift Triple Power Anti-Aging Moisturizer - Fragrance Free

Revitalift Triple Power Anti-Aging Moisturizer – Fragrance Free

The triple power moisturizer is fragrance and dye free, which is nice and makes this product safe for people with sensitivities. It has pro-retinol, Vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid and I’m not even sure what that means, but they’re all words I hear a lot in skin care so that’s good, eh? It goes on light, but still feels very moisturizing and luxe and it soaks in quick. My skin felt dewy and hydrated afterwards and when I used it in the morning it was a good base primer for my makeup. I didn’t necessarily notice a big brightening effect as promised, but my skin was for sure less dull. Overall, it was a good moisturizer and a no brainer for my routine. At $25, you can’t go wrong.

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Revitalift Triple Power Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30

My dermatologist has really drilled it into my brain about wearing sunscreen daily and watching my grandmother and my father have skin cancer spots removed has sufficiently scared me that I don’t leave home without it. This triple power sunscreen has other anti-aging properties as well with pro-retinol, Vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid in the mix for added benefits (I’m not a scientist, but whatever, right?). It doesn’t feel sticky or tacky going on and soaks in fast and doesn’t leave any filmy feeling on the skin. It’s super light and that is what makes it a winner for me!! At $25 I will definitely be buying this from now on because it’s so much lighter than other products I’ve tried.

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