RéVive's new mask, Masque de Glaise ($145), intrigues me simply because its formula includes "the limestone-rich Kentucky mud that nourishes bluegrass and champion horses." Now, I like horses and I like a little bluegrass now and then, so that's enough to pique my interest. Masque de Glaise's promise to instantly reveal complexion clarity has me really going. RéVive was kind enough to send me a sample of this antioxidant-packed mask, and I tried it out last night. For my full review, read more
The ultra-luxe, must-have ReVive Skin Care line is based on one principle. Your skin regenerates itself every two to three weeks when you are in your 20s, but as we age, that regeneration slows to every eight or nine weeks. So Dr. Gregory Brown designed ReVive products to speed up skin-cell regeneration. ReVive has recreated a molecule called EGF, or epidermal growth factor, which is produced by your body to regenerate skin cells. Using EGF, ReVive helps your body naturally produce these proteins on a faster level.
Its best-selling item is Peau Magnifique, which supposedly sets your skin clock back about five years. Peau Magnifique is a six-month supply of intense regimented skin care that is intended to fight aging and enhance skin cell generation. To learn how it works, read more