Revercel Warming Pumpkin Enzyme Mask reviewed at GLAM:
"THERE’S SOMETHING ADDICTIVE about the fresh glow a great mask can give your skin. You can imagine our frustration over the past few months when the masks we tried left our skin feeling tight, dry, and definitely not glowing. That is, until we were sent Revercel Warming Pumpkin Enzyme Mask.This creamy, vitamin-packed mask contains pumpkin enzymes and purifying mineral clay, and it leaves skin smooth, fresh, and even-toned. Infused with jojoba oil, beta-carotene, and encapsulated vitamin E, it not only cleanses and brightens your skin but also prevents premature aging.Once the natural heat-producing minerals kick in (which feel oh so soothing and spa-like), you can actually feel the pumpkin enzymes cleaning and purifying your skin. After you’ve gently massaged the mask into your skin and the warming sensation fades, it can be rinsed off with warm water.The Warming Pumpkin Enzyme Mask left our skin feeling moisturized and nourished, not dry and taut. And it can be used daily. If you don’t like the smell of pumpkins, however, this product probably isn’t for you. Lucky for us, we happen to love them as much as we love this mask." - GLAM.com
Revercel Papaya Cleanser reviewed at BellaSugar.com:
"Cleansers with salicylic acid can sometimes smell medicinal or act harshly on the skin. But with Revercel's papaya cleanser ($28), you get a fresh, bright aroma and a complexion to match. What makes this gel-to-foam cleanser so impressive, though, is its versatility. While Revercel is billed as an antiaging brand, all skin types, particularly those that are acne-prone, can benefit from the gentle exfoliating. Fruit and salicylic acids help to slough away dullness, while papaya enzymes aid in keeping skin silky soft. You can even use this cleanser all over, from face to body. Oh, and it even removes makeup (all without stripping), too." - BellaSugar.com
Revercel's Warming Pumpkin Enzyme Mask featured in the Winter 2011 issue of Gentry Health magazine. Read the article
Revercel's Vita-C Emulsion 15% featured in the Autumn 2011 issue of Gentry Health magazine. Read the article
Revercel's Triple Duty Sunscreen Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa Magazine, September 2011. Read the article
Dr. Rick Noodleman was featured in the March 2011 issue of Silicone Valley's Gentry magazine. Read the article
Revercel PM moisturizer was featured in the Essentials section of the January 2011 issue of Day Spa Magazine. Read the article
An article written by Dr. Leslie Baumann, director of cosmetic dermatology at the University of Miami. in the September 2007 publication “Skin & Allergy News” discusses topical products that incorporate Kombucha in its formulations. Dr. Baumann begins with Revercel PM."...the product also contains Kombucha, along with botanicals such as jojoba esters, apricot kernal oil, sunflower seed oil, and shea butter. Revercel PM is designed to restore tone, volume, and healthy color to the skin, and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles."
Triple Duty Sunscreen enjoys rave reviews in a September 2007 San Jose Mercury News article entitled, "The Bottom Line: Which has the right formula for color, moisture, protection?" The article’s testimonial declares "I loved it so much that it's no longer just for special occasions. It's still one step, but now I have even skin tone and even more sun protection."
Dr. Rick Noodleman was featured on KGO Channel 7 News Monday, February 26, 2007 discussing, Eyes by Thermage”, the latest anti-aging option that tightens and lifts sagging skin to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Dr. Arlene Noodleman, co-founder and CEO of Revercel Skin Care, was featured the January 2007 issues of Silicon Valley's "Gentry" magazine. As Chair of the "Go Red for Women" event, calling attention to heart disease among women, Dr. Noodleman notes "We've always focused on women's health in our practice. My specialty is Preventive Medicine."
December 2006 spotlight! Unfold Neck and Decolletage Firming Cream was featured both in the San Jose Mercury News and San Jose Magazine's "Beauty Buzz - Fresh Finds for Your Face" section. Both articles emphasize Unfold's anti-aging peptides and firming ingredients to help defy gravity.
Popular websites, newspaper, and magazines love Revercel's new Warming Pumpkin Enzyme Mask:
HeartHealthy Magazine featured the skin caring benefits of Revercel Warming Pumpkin Enzyme Mask.
Allure Magazine noted Revercel's Pumpkin Mask for its wonderful scent and the smooth skin that resulted from use.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper plays up "Pampering with pumpkin." The beauty editors write, "Pumpkins are everything during October, but not just decorative pumpkins. The Revercel beauty company is introducing the Warming Pumpkin Enzyme Mask, which besides pumpkin enzymes, is packed with purifying mineral clay and vitamins, all designed for deep cleaning. The warmth of the title arises from a natural, heat-producing mineral that kicks in on application... Revercel reports that …it will donate a portion of Pumpkin Mask sales to breast cancer research."