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Revitol Rosacea Cream Review

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I've heard so much about Revitol rosacea cream that I decided to check it out for myself. Read about what happened when I tried Revitol's rosacea product.

My goodness……Is it me or there appears to be more and more “junky” products being sold on the internet than ever before. You might think I’m being over-dramatic but 30 min. searching the internet will certainly make you feel the same way. You can’t help but sense that you are being hustled whenever you browse a page or read an online article and see an ad for a new product or a new miracle cream.

I am pretty positive you are no different than me. We’ve all been there and tried our fair share of “miracle” creams touted by celebrities or because of their outrageous claims. Hey… sometime we buy these products because we’re desperate or just curious to see if they live up to their hype. Sadly, more often than not…. they don’t! It’s just become the norm, and when it comes to rosacea products, there is an immeasurable amount of money being spent by consumers for faulty products every day.

Rosacea isn’t exactly a recent skin disorder. It affects almost 16 million people in the US and it tends to happen to many people as they age. I remember after I hit 30, it really started to become a prominent problem for me. So, unsurprisingly I became vulnerable to all of the “miracle” rosacea solutions that are being offered online.  Unfortunately I had to find out the expensive way that most of them are pure garbage.

But even prior to the popularity of the internet, there were still plenty of “miracle” creams being sold in hypermarkets and drug stores, which were only successful in removing the amount of money in the bank account rather than reducing the appearance of rosacea! I also tried my fair share of prescription medication and topical ointments. I believe that the internet just made these products more widely available.

I was very embarrassed of going out and I wore a lot of make-up every day including weekends, to try and cover up the blemishes on my face. Come to think of it, I spent more money in make-up than I ever did rosacea removal products. I felt at least they offered a more long-term solution to the problem. It got to the point that I became very depressed because of it. There were days when I’d get up and I’d wake up with irritated cheeks and didn’t want to get out bed. Sometimes my face burned pretty badly and would be irritated all day for many days. I struggled with finding products to cover up the redness. I got some results from some products but nothing amazing or long-term.

So naturally, I did what most people would in my case: Start browsing the internet, read up on forums, find other people who were going through what I was going and try and see what results they got from various products they tried. I was absolutely relieved to see that it was a fairly common problem for both men and women my age. Even though it helped to find an online community and was able to read and research all I could on the subject, I must say it was both daunting and confusing.

I’ve tried a lot of rosacea products

When I mentioned that I tried many rosacea treatments, I wasn’t being overdramatic. If you can think of one, chances are that I purchased it. Just off of the top of my head, here are just some of the prescribed rosacea medications I tried.

  • Clindamcyin phosphate topical gel
  • Metrogel
  • Doxycycline
  • Retin A
  • ZenMed
  • Dave Hoskings Sulphur cream
  • The list goes on and on......... 
Don’t misunderstand what I am saying here. Not all products are ineffective. Some of them actually worked…. for a few months! Some of them my skin reacted to it even worse. Some didn’t do anything for me! I know folks who tried some of these products prescribed by their doctor and it worked for them! Each individual’s skin and rosacea type (whether mild or aggressive) is different. You also have to allow the treatment at least 3-4 months to see any results.

So, I can tell you that I’m not exactly a newbie to the rosacea removal market.  Just about all of the creams that I tried, did not seem to help me. I suppose out of all the ones that I tried, Retin A was the best one for me, but the results were very “erratic”.  I’d use it for a while and then it would start to make me even redder. So I’d stop and allow my face a break for about 2 months, and my skin would feel and look less aggravated. But shortly thereafter – the cycle would repeat- my face would explode in redness and broken capillaries and I was forced again to use Retin A even though results were temporary.

I was going nowhere and was desperate. Not only was I not seeing any light at the end of the tunnel, but it was costing me a lot of money being spent on doctor’s visits, prescribed medication and make up! I remember reading a lot of the online communities and users having successes with various creams and I couldn’t help but wonder “why not me?” Was my case of rosacea so unique to all the others?  Why would it work on them, but not me? I really thought I was a hopeless case!

I remember telling Sarah, my cousin and a close friend of mine, who was also looking for a cream for her mild rosacea- that I was fed up spending my money and trying every cream, potion or diet to subside my aggressive rosacea. I advised her that she will be disappointed too in her quest for finding a cure cream and to expect a lot of trial and error.

The Famous Email

In the email, she writes about this new cream that she was using called Revitol Rosacea cream. She wrote that she had been using it for about 3 weeks and her rosacea had virtually subsided!

Surprisingly, considering how much money I spent on rosacea products, I had never heard of Revitol Rosacea cream before. To me, that wasn't a good thing. I was kind of a connoisseur on rosacea products (not by choice), and the fact that this never made it to my radar, couldn't have been a good sign.

It also didn't help that I was so extremely sceptical about anything to do with finding a cure for rosacea! I've been burned so many times before (both emotionally and literally) that I had turned into a complete pessimist.

Acnezine Rosacea CreamI went to the official website, and sort of unenthusiastically looked at it. In the back of my mind, I was like "'s just another one of these can't miss creams." I saw that it was a specialised rosacea cream. I saw that it had success stories posted which meant Sarah was not the only who found it to work.

Basically, it talked about what the cream could and who it would for. It all looked good. But that's the problem, though. All of these kind of websites look good. There is a reason behind it. They are trying to sell you something. So they are going to tell you exactly what you want to hear. Do you think it would say "hey, we just like to rip you off”? Of course, not. Every cream I ever purchased said the same thing. So, I closed the website, and went back to doing what I was doing. Honestly, I really didn’t give much thought thereafter.

Later on that evening, I receive a phone call from Sarah. Wanted to know if I had read her email and what I thought about Revitol’s Acnezine rosacea cream. I told her, I was very appreciative of her thinking of me but that it wouldn’t work for me and therefore won’t be interested in buying it.

She said "I know your hesitant, but this cream works, it’s working on me now." I said, "I know.....but we've been through this before. It will work for little while and then it would flare up again."

Just to get her to end the conversation, I told her "Let me know what your rosacea is like next month, and then maybe I'll reconsider it". I was pretty much lying to her, because I wasn't interested, but it was the only way to get her off the subject.

I really that would be the last time I would hear about her experience with this new product. But I guess I was just being na├»ve about the whole thing. Because exactly at the end of next month, she sent me another email, telling me that her rosacea hasn’t resurfaced and has never has never had a smoother complexion.

At the end of her email, she wrote "so NOW do you have any more excuses?" I chuckled a little bit to myself when I read that. I emailed her back, just writing "Fine, I'll take a look at it again". I knew she wasn't going to let this go. So I went to back to the Revitol rosacea cream website to read a little bit more about it and see how it was any different to any of the other creams I had tried.

Money Back Guarantee & 2 Months Free

I noticed something interesting, and quite frankly, something new that I never saw from the other rosacea solutions that I tried before.  The difference was that Revitol rosacea was able to address a lot of the symptoms associated with rosacea. The fact that it was different, instantly appealed to me.

This wasn’t a “one-time solution” but a treatment designed to work long-term by taking care of the underlying problems that was causing rosacea. I began to think about it and all of the products that I have bought were supposed to be these “instant solutions”, yet none of them worked.

Another thing that really appealed to me was that they were giving away 2 free jars (if you bought 4). I tried to think back on all the other products that I bought, and I didn’t remember any of them giving anything away for free.  I only had to pay a little extra for the shipping, and me being the big deal-hunter that I am, I couldn’t help but put my guard down.

I eventually made it to the “order screen”, and I was having a little argument with myself.  I was contemplating all of the “ifs” and “buts”, and then I just said “ah…..why not! Let’s give it a try!”

Revitol rosacea cream had a 60 day unconditional money back guarantee on the website, should it not work for me.  So, if it turned out to be a scam product, I could just send it back for a refund. (It was nice to see that a company would actually stand by the product that they are selling- so it was a relief to see the money back guarantee, something I hadn’t seen before from other products out there). So, I ordered 6 jars of Revitol rosacea treatment cream (2 were free).

Revitol Rosacea Treatment Cream
It took about a week for the shipment to get to me, which I felt was a little too long, but I had ordered it on a Friday evening, so I had to allow for that. I suppose it felt that long because I was very eager to start the treatment.

After I opened the package which was all very discreetly packaged, I began to read the directions on how to use Revitol rosacea cream. Basically, you rub the cream in a circular motion 2-3 times a day.

My Experience With Revitol Rosacea

So, the very next day, I began the Revitol rosacea treatment regimen at least twice a day. As you probably have guessed, I am a very impatient person and want results like “yesterday”. But I told myself to have some patience on this one. I was going to be doing this for the long haul, I would tell myself.

  • So, my first week using Revitol rosacea had ended. I used it exactly as it was described in the instructions but only twice a day, I didn't really notice much of a difference to be honest. But I did expect this, I know from previous treatments – you’ve got give a treatment at least a month before you get any results. So, I just kept plugging along.

  • Week 2 didn’t see any noticeable improvements either.  But somewhere around week 3 and week 4, I started to notice little improvements. I noticed that the redness had slowly started to subside.  The inflammation level was less than what I was normally used to. My capilalries (veins) were becoming less and less visible. I remember saying to myself “I can’t believe it….It’s actually working”. 

  • By the end of the second month, the change became even more visible. I couldn’t actually see any more redness and my complexion was looking healthier that it ever did before.  But I didn’t rest on that.  I was going to see it through to the end.  So for 6 months consecutively, I took Revitol rosacea program, made sure I’d apply first thing in the morning and last thing at tnight, and by the end of the 6 months, I was literally rosacea-symptomatic free. A new woman!
I honestly thought that rosacea would be something I would have to put up with all my life, but slowly and surely, I was able to get it under control.

So What’s The Final Verdict?

Revitol Rosacea FeedbackI wanted to give this Revitol rosacea cream review to all men and women who like me – had to cope and deal with the “day in and day out” problems that rosacea imposed on one’s life.  I know how frustrating it can be, and I just wanted to let others know that there are long-term solutions for the underlying causes of rosacea. Is it a magic wand?  Will you get your rosacea under control after using it one time? Of course not!  If you read my story, then you know that is definitely not the case.

But if you use it as the instructions recommend you should, then you will slowly but surely start to see results.

It isn't just the simple fact that the symptoms are gone. It's a lot more than just that.

My face is smoother! My face is blemish-free and I have a smoother and fresher complexion than I had in over 10 years. I have days when I wear no makeup at all and I get a lot of compliments for how well I look. It’s a great feeling to have.

I am no longer depressed. I've never used to suffer from depression until I developed rosacea. My aggressive rosacea made a very inward person and as a result had terrible mood swings which were controlled by my bouts of rosacea. I am very happy to say that this is no longer the case. It’s amazing how one part of your health can affect other aspects.

Try Out Revitol Rosacea For Yourself  HERE

PS: If you are fine with the results of your prescribed medication, then by all means, stay with it. However, if you are only getting temporary results to no results at all, and you want to find a long-term solution for your rosacea, then give Revitol Acnezine Rosacea a try.

PPS: Remember that this comes with an strong money back guarante, so if you have any problems with Revitol, or it did not work as well as you were hoping it would, you can always ask for a full refund.

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