Revercel - Beautiful Skin in Days, Results for Life

Revercel combines physician-strength concentrations of clinically proven active ingredients to prevent and correct at the cellular level - long before the signs of aging are visible. Revercel's products are cruelty free and cosmetically elegant. Each is formulated with proven cosmeceutical ingredients, including peptides, retinols, alpha and beta hydroxy acids, lighteners, brighteners, plumpers, antioxidants and botanicals. Combining the skills of a preventive medicine specialist with the skin care expertise of a cosmetic dermatologist, Revercel addresses all skin care concerns, ages and genders. Revercel is the anti-aging skin wellness advocate.

Arlene Noodleman, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Arlene Noodleman is passionate about skin care.  She and her husband, Dr. Rick Noodleman, were among the first to pioneer clinical home skin care at their Silicon Valley medical center. The products proved so beneficial for their patients that they decided to launch Revercel®.  "Revercel's customers benefit from more than 30 years of clinical experience, research and formulation," explains Arlene. "The line is the cornerstone of home care to improve and maintain radiant, bright and healthy skin."  Prior to co-founding Revercel, Arlene practiced preventive and integrative medicine and held senior management positions at leading Bay Area biotech companies. Arlene holds BA and MD degrees from the University of Minnesota, a Master degree in Public Health (MPH) from the University of California-Berkeley and served a fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. She is board-certified in preventive medicine.

Rick Noodleman, M.D.

Dr. Rick Noodleman was among the first dermatologists in the United States to embrace the idea of compounding physician-strength formulations of active ingredients. He subsequently co-founded Revercel®, initially for his patients, and now available to consumers nationwide.  "Starting on a Revercel home care program early—even in your teens and 20s—will help young-looking skin stay that way," Rick explains.  Rick graduated from Harvard University and the University of Minnesota School of Medicine. He completed his residency in dermatology at Stanford University School of Medicine and served a fellowship in dermatologic (Mohs) surgery at Duke University Medical Center. Rick is a board-certified dermatologist and nationally-recognized minimally invasive cosmetic surgeon.