ResVibrant reports producing results not just in thirty days but in minutes. Thanks to ResVibrant’s renovage complex, skin firmness reportedly increases by 75%, lines reduce by 80%, redness reduces by 90%, and sunspots diminish completely.
ResVibrant uses a blend of antioxidants to reduce skin damage and prevent future problems. At a price of $79.95 ResVibrant is designed to reduce wrinkles, prevent the loss of cell function, increase cell resistance, strengthen blood vessels, increase skin cell life span, and reduce age spots. But does ResVibrant work the way it advertises?
Antioxidants are included to fight free radicals and hold off the oxidation process that can lead to premature aging. Unfortunately ResVibrant cannot do much but prevent aging. They cannot reverse aging to diminish wrinkles. ResVibrant doesn’t actually have any wrinkle-fighting ingredients.
The ingredients in ResVibrant are water, glycerin, cetearyl alcohol, caprylic/capric triglyceride, isopropyl palmitate, caprylyl methicone, PEG-100 stearate, glyceryl stearate, pentaerythrityl tetraisostearate, pichia/resveratrol ferment extract, camellia oleifera leaf extract, vitis vinifera seed extract, euterpe oleracea fruit extract, citrus nobilis peel oil, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, teprenone, PEG-12 glyceryl distearate, PEG-23 glyceryl distearate, xanthan gum, acacia senegal gum, butylene glycol, carbomer, silica dimethyl silylate, triethanolamine, potassium sorbate, disodium EDTA, caprylyl glycol, ethylhexylglycerin, hexylene glycol, and phenoxyethanol.
ResVibrant does not include this list on its website. In fact very little information is given on ResVibrant at all. But despite questions ResVibrant just doesn’t have the right ingredients, like human stem cells or peptides, to stimulate collagen production. The other ingredients are mostly fillers. At such a high price ResVibrant is probably little more than a moisturizer.