Revitol Scar Cream

Problem

Hello and welcome to my review of the Revitol Scar Cream and the story of my skin problem. My name is Betty Margaret and I am 32 years old.

I have always had skin problems: acne was my usual companion all through my teenage years and well into my twenties, no matter what product I tried – and believe me, I tried everything from over the counter creams and tablets to powders, special diets, even hormonal treatments and natural therapy – nothing helped. Each pimple I had left a scar on my face, and without any hope left, I decided that the only thing I could do was to conceal the scars and the active pimples with make-up. I managed to find cosmetic products that did not irritate my skin that much and my face looked pretty much alright – when I had the make-up on. So I wore make-up every day, for all my adult life, in winter and in summer, on the beach and at work. My doctor recommended me laser treatment, but I could not afford it, so I thought I would spend the rest of my life hidden under tons of make-up.

My hormonal level probably reached some kind of balance, because the pimples disappeared gradually, but the scars left holes and bumps on my face and neck. Things got even worse when I burned my arm in an unfortunate kitchen accident –

Treatment

I was cooking and the oil jumped out of the pan and burned me. The burn was not serious, and I was told that the scar left would disappear in a few weeks, but it did not. The redness faded, but it was still visible, torturing me whenever I looked at it.

Then I heard of the Revitol Scar Cream. One of my friends showed it to me – she was using it for scars left by surgery, with amazing results. Even so, I was a bit skeptical: I have seen so many products work well for others that did not change my condition at all; but, finally, the price of Revitol was what convinced me – after all, I had nothing to lose, except a few dollars.

I ordered the cream from the company’s website – I actually bought two boxes as they had a “buy two, get one for free” offer recommended for my problems exactly; I received the shipment a few days later and tried using it on the burn mark. I liked the smell and the texture and somehow the tight, reddish skin started to look smoother and lighter in color after only a few days. I was amazed to see how the mark gradually faded than disappeared completely. After 3 months of use, the scar tissue was replaced by beautiful baby skin.

That was when I decided to try the cream on my face as well. Imagine the surprise when I saw that the skin was starting to level out. The bumps and holes were gradually replaced with healthy-looking skin.

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Effectiveness

I cannot describe my happiness when I saw that the cream really worked. My skin is now smooth and even and, after years of spending long hours every day putting my make-up on, a few months ago I had my first evening out with the girls when I was only wearing a little mascara and a lip gloss. My new skin introduced a whole new me to the world: I managed to regain my self-confidence and self-esteem and I am no longer afraid that somebody might see my face without foundation. I still have a few acne marks left on my forehead, but nothing out of common, nothing that would make people stare at me, and I hope even those marks will disappear soon as well.

I recommended the Revitol Scar Cream to one of my colleagues at work as well. She had a nasty fall from her bike and she was left with some scars on her elbow. She has been using it for a few months now, and the scar is already fading.

I have nothing more to say, but thank Revitol for developing this extraordinary, all-natural cream, which had absolutely no side effects, only effects that changed my life forever – for the better. The 90-day money back guarantee the manufacturer offers is certainly something I will never use, as I am 100% satisfied with the product.

So, if you’re facing a similar situation as I and my friend did, I warmly recommend to try Revitol yourself. You have nothing to lose, but so much to gain!