RevitaClear Acne Treatment
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RevitaClear is a three-step acne treatment regimen. It includes an exfoliating face wash, a toner and a moisturizer. Read this review to find out whether RevitaClear is better than the average drugstore acne solution.

What are the ingredients in RevitaClear?

The exfoliating facial cleanser contains benzoyl peroxide, pumice and walnut shell. The percentage of benzoyl peroxide in the solution isn’t published so we don’t know its effectiveness or likelihood of causing irritation. It’s most likely 2.5%, which is relatively mild, but the pumice and walnut shell are exfoliators too. Benzoyl peroxide concentrations typically range from 2.5% to 10%. A 10% solution can be extremely irritating. In rare cases it causes swelling.

The toner contains 5% benzoyl peroxide plus tea tree oil, which is another drying agent, and extracts of aloe and chamomile to soothe the skin.

The moisturizer contains hyaluronic acid, jojoba seed oil, hydrolyzed collagen and hydrolyzed elastin.

How much does RevitaClear cost?

RevitaClear attracts customers by offering a free trial. You provide your credit card number for $4.95 shipping of 60 days’ worth of products. If you don’t return the merchandise within 30 days you’re charged $69.82. People who sign up for the trial are automatically enrolled in a refill program for which the minimum shipping charge is $7.95 per delivery. You can cancel by calling a toll-free number.

Is RevitaClear effective?

Scientific data about the effectiveness of this acne treatment aren’t published. The RevitaClear website simply states that “many” customers “improve over the first week.”

Is there a money-back guarantee?

Customers can return one opened bottle and any unopened bottles for a refund within 30 days of purchase. If free shipping was included with the order, the shipping cost will be deducted from the refund.

Is RevitaClear a trustworthy company?

The RevitaClear website shows many attractive, clear-skinned people – but each picture is marked with a subtle “Stock Photo” disclaimer. We think it’s odd that they aren’t showing actual customers or participants from clinical studies.

Would you recommend RevitaClear?

No, we wouldn’t recommend RevitaClear. First, it’s not such a good value. For the price of shipping this product you could buy a drugstore facial scrub containing the same active ingredients. Second, the active ingredients in the other products aren’t so special. You can find products that are very similar to these at Walgreen’s or CVS too and pay less. Third, a full ingredients list isn’t published on the RevitaClear website. We don’t like not knowing what’s going onto our skin, which is the “sponge” of the whole body. And fourth, auto-billing programs make us nervous.

Check out our other reviews to find better prescription and non-prescription acne treatments.