Revitalize Beautiful

We are committed to informing men and women, young and old, about natural skin care products that help or cure skin conditions that negatively affect their lives.

There are a lot of myths about pimples, acne and other skin conditions. We know from research and experience that some of these myths can be very discouraging to people with acne. We have sought to provide information about skin conditions like acne, blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, rosacea, wrinkles, age spots, stretch marks and more.

We are not a retail website and we do not sell any products, we inform you, our respected guest of the skin conditions and if there are real solutions and whether they are medical or natural.

If you do not find an answer to your questions we would appreciate your email so we can provide the answers for you and others who have the same question. Contact Us


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October 13, 2010

Sari Motley @ 11:10 am #

Your website is great, very informative and easy to read.

February 17, 2011

Rinnai @ 12:59 am #

Very helpful.


September 10, 2011

Erin Vesey @ 12:22 am #

Here is just a little information about the effects of benzoyl peroxide. Benzoyl peroxide, an ingredient used in many acne products, generates free radicals and skin damage. It promotes skin damage in a manner similar to unprotected sun exposure. The redness caused by the application of benxoyl peroxide to the skin is a visible demonstration of “oxidative stress” or free radicals causing skin damage to the components and chemistry of the skin. Repeated unprotected sun exposure causes skin damage and premature skin aging which promotes the potential of skin cancer. Repeated application of benzoyl peroxide has been found to have the same result. The extent of skin damage from benzoyl peroxide is determined by the concentration of the benzoyl peroxide, the frequency of application and the duration of its use.

October 2, 2011

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