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RevaleSkin — CoffeeBerry Extract

RevaleSkin — CoffeeBerry Extract

RevaleSkin — CoffeeBerry Extract

RevaleSkin — CoffeeBerry Extract

Stiefel's Revaléskin provides five unique "anti-aging skin care" formulas made with an antioxidant coffee extract known as CoffeeBerry.

When measured by ORAC, coffee berry extract provides 150% greater oxidation-reducing potency than the antioxidants of Green Tea and pomegranate.

CoffeeBerry is derived from the fruit of unripened Arabica coffee, from the Horn of Africa, and is extracted when the fruit's antioxidants are at their highest levels.

RevaléSkin — Additional Antioxidants

Apart from Coffeeberry, RevaléSkin contains additional antioxidants including Japanese Green Tea, Grape Seed Extract and Tocopherol.

RevaléSkin — Moisturizers

RevaléSkin — Peptides

RevaléSkin Intense Recovery Therapy and Replenishing Eye Therapy also contain several peptides.

RevaléSkin — Summary

RevaléSkin is a simple, straight-forward and potent antioxidant skin care collection demonstrating impressive results in the treatment and prevention of photoaging symptoms including fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation as well as dull, sallow skin tone.

When used twice daily, RevaléSkin's simple steps can provide you with smoother, firmer, brighter and overall healthier skin.

RevaléSkin — Further Information and Skin Care Products

For further information, see RevaléSkin Coffeeberry (Newly Available) and the RevaléSkin Video.

Thursday, 18 February 2010

RevaleSkin Coffeeberry (Newly Available)

RevaleSkin Coffeeberry (Newly Available)

February 2009.

We are pleased to announce the availability of RevaléSkin Coffeeberry skin care products (manufactured by Stiefel Laboratories) containing extract of Coffea arabica, a rich source of photoprotective antioxidant ferulic acid, quinic acid, chlorogenic acid and condensed proanthocyanidins.

Using the ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) assay as a guide, the proprietary Coffea arabica extract used in RevaléSkin ("CoffeeBerry") exhibits approximately 10 times the antioxidant capacity of green tea, and therefore higher than pomegranate, blueberries, white tea, black tea and strawberries.

Research from Stiefel indicates significant lessening of hyperpigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles and an overall improvement in the appearance of skin over a six week period of use.

Studies indicate ferulic and chlorogenic acids inhibit cutaneous tumours (Cancer Research 48:5941-5946, 1988) and that a combination of these substances is likely more effective than either alone.

The antioxidant constituents of Coffea arabica provide these protective substances in addition to others.

RevaléSkin Coffeeberry skin care products contain up to 1.5% CoffeeBerry.

It will be interesting to see how these products compare with pre-existing ferulic acid formulations (mainly Skinceuticals Serums) and the numerous predominantly very low-concentration Camellia sinensis and Camellia oleifera-containing skin care products.

CoffeeBerry is a proprietary extract of coffee fruit used under license by Stiefel in RevaléSkin and is also available in "functional foods" and supplements.

For further information you may like to refer to http://www.coffeeberry.org.

Sunday, 15 March 2009

RevaleSkin ORAC Antioxidant Comparison

RevaleSkin ORAC Antioxidant Comparison

The RevaléSkin CoffeeBerry Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) score is between 15,000 and 17,000 higher than other known naturally occurring antioxidants.

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

RevaleSkin Video

Saturday, 4 June 2011

RevaleSkin CoffeeBerry Kit

RevaleSkin CoffeeBerry Kit

Revaleskin CoffeeBerry is a simple three-step facial skin care system. This kit includes the 3 primary Revaleskin CoffeeBerry skin care products. Terry-Cloth Cosmetic Bag is included.


This kit includes a RevaleSkin Facial Cleanser [see instructions and ingredients] to thoroughly cleanse the skin, a RevaleSkin Day Cream with SPF 15 [see instructions, sunscreens and other ingredients] to protect and moisturize and RevaleSkin Night Cream [see instructions and ingredients] to revitalize and rejuvenate.

RevaleSkin CoffeeBerry Further Information

Archives: RevaleSkin Coffeeberry (Newly Available).

Archives: RevaleSkin Video.

RevaleSkin ORAC Antioxidant Comparison.

General: About Coffeeberry.

Thursday, 28 May 2009

RevaleSkin Facial Cleanser

RevaleSkin Facial Cleanser

Revaléskin Facial Cleanser gently cleanses and rejuvenates your skin with natural antioxidants and extracts.

Ideal for use in conjunction with RevaléSkin's Intense Recovery Therapy, Day and Night Creams, this light, refreshing cleanser also uses the CoffeeBerry to reduce the visible signs of aging skin.

CoffeeBerry is an antioxidant-rich ingredient that provides exceptional protection against harmful environmental factors.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

RevaleSkin Intense Recovery Treatment

RevaleSkin Intense Recovery Treatment

Revaléskin Intense Recovery Treatment features 1.5% CoffeeBerry extract, emollients, peptides and powerful antioxidants that work together to deeply nourish and comfort the complexion.

It repairs and protects damaged and environmentally compromised skin while working to reduce redness and irritation.

The complexion takes on a calmer, healthier-looking tone and a more attractive texture.

RevaleSkin Intense Recovery Treatment contains Oxidoreductases and Saccharomyces Ferment.

This product is currently out of stock. Please contact us for information on availability.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

RevaleSkin Replenishing Eye Therapy

RevaleSkin Replenishing Eye Therapy

Revaléskin Replenishing Eye Therapy features 1% CoffeeBerry extract, among peptides, other botanicals and antioxidants.

It deeply moisturizes the skin while ingredients such as caffeine and licorice work to reduce puffiness and discoloration.

Fine lines and wrinkles are diminished, and the skin is left brighter, smoother and more supple.

Contains Saccharomyces Ferment.

Revaleskin Replenishing Eye Therapy contains chrysin.

Friday, 26 August 2011

RevaleSkin Day Cream SPF 15

RevaleSkin Day Cream SPF 15

From Stiefel Laboratories, Revaléskin is the first skin care line to use high concentrations of "CoffeeBerry", a proprietary combination of standardized concentrations of a broad spectrum of polyphenols — including ferulic, caffeic, vanillic and chlorogenic acids, also common to Heliocare — substances which when applied to skin have photoprotective (anti-photoaging) and skin-lightening effects which help even skin tone and reduce forms of hyperpigmentation including freckles and dark marks left by old acne lesions (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation).

CoffeeBerry is also a powerful antioxidant (derived from the fruit of the coffee plant, in contradistinction to the popular coffee bean contained within the fruit) and may help prevent wrinkles and other signs of aging in combination with other measures.

RevaleSkin CoffeeBerry Day Cream SPF 15 contains sunscreens suited to daily facial use aimed at preventing the appearance of aging, although not for protection against prolonged or direct exposure.

The non-greasy and optically sheer moisturizing formula helps diffuse the light which strikes wrinkles (using colourless silica) and leaves "normal to dry" skin smooth and comfortable all day.

In menopausal skin, in the absence of HRT, the product's high soy isoflavone content may also help stimulate collagen production and improve elastin and dermal hyaluronic acid to reduce the depth of wrinkles and increase skin firmness, making it a viable alternative since Jan Marini Age Intervention Serum and Cream — which contained actual steroid — were prohibited from sale in Australia.

Some evidence also suggests that topical soy isoflavones may be more effective antioxidants than Vitamins C and E, although the three may be used together (preferably not formulated together) or in alternation.

RevaleSkin Day Cream SPF 15 contains oxidoreductases and the following moisturizers and cosmetic skin texture correctors: silica, sodium hyaluronate, trehalose, glycosphingolipids and cholesterol.

RevaleSkin Day Cream SPF 15 can assist in reducing/preventing erythema from retinoids.

RevaleSkin Day Cream may be used after the RevaleSkin Facial Cleanser (or any other suitable facial cleanser) and complemented by night-time use of RevaleSkin Night Cream, which is suitable for application after retinoids.

Patients typically report a mild but persistent tonic and firming effect from the third week of use. Reduced appearance of visibly open pores in mature, dry skin is frequently reported as one of the most pleasing and unexpected effects. A gentle overall exfoliating effect (suited to "sensitive skin" insofar as burning and erythema do not occur as they are generally prone to with glycolic acid) also appears evident. Unlike the majority of dermatological antioxidants, there are no frequent reports of contact dermatitis. The product is not harmful but not of any unique benefit and can add to the unwanted shine of those with very oily or acne-prone skin.

Fragrance-free (although the Coffeeberry ingredient possesses a distinct natural scent).

Also available within the Revaleskin Coffeeberry Kit.

Note: SPF regulation and numbers differ by region. US SPF figures are quoted.

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Sunday, 9 August 2009

RevaleSkin Night Cream

RevaleSkin Night Cream

A complement to Revaléskin Day Cream SPF 15.

Revaléskin Night Cream, formulated with CoffeeBerry — a powerful antioxidant derived from the fruit of the coffee plant — provides anti-aging benefits, while healing damage and protecting your skin from environmental aggressors and free radicals.

This formula provides deeper skin rejuvenation overnight for markedly healthier, more refreshed and radiant skin.

Saturday, 14 March 2009

RevaleSkin Original Day Cream

RevaleSkin Original Day Cream

This product has been slightly modified and replaced by RevaléSkin Day Cream SPF 15 in a larger (50 ml) size.

Thursday, 28 May 2009

RevaleSkin Terry Cloth Cosmetic Bag

RevaleSkin Terry Cloth Cosmetic Bag

Available when all three original RevaléSkin products — Facial Cleanser, Day Cream SPF 15 and Night Cream — are purchased at once.

Limited stock.

Thursday, 25 August 2011

RevaléSkin Coffeeberry Kit Available Again

June 8, 2011 — Sold out.

RevaléSkin Coffeeberry Kit Available Again

RevaléSkin Coffeeberry Kit Available Again

A limited quantity (125) of RevaléSkin CoffeeBerry skin care kits are available again.

RevaléSkin Coffeeberry Kit Available Again

RevaléSkin is a superior, stable antioxidant skin care range containing a diversity of antioxidants including ferulic acid and polyphenols similar to those found in green tea, however the antioxidant value (by ORAC measurement) is higher.

RevaléSkin also contains caffeine.

When used as prescribed, RevaléSkin reduces hyperpigmentation, brightens and lightens skin tone, and helps reduce some of the signs of photoaging.

Theoretically, the RevaléSkin collection should also help to prevent photoaging.

RevaléSkin is suited to most skins and does not seem to produce any of the skin sensitivity seen with some Vitamin C and retinoid products.

For further information, see the specific page for the RevaléSkin CoffeeBerry Kit and the sections for RevaléSkin and coffeeberry in general.

A RevaléSkin promotional video from 2008 is also available to be viewed online.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Topical Solutions for Broken Capillaries on The Nose


Wednesday, 19 October 2016 — Please note: the preferred sunscreen (and minimum daily treatment) for broken capillaries has been revised and is now the Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.


Broken Capillaries on the Face (Severe)

I need to find a topical solution to eliminate broken capillaries on the nose. Which product can I use for this problem?


A vascular laser is the only reliable means by which to treat broken capillaries on the nose.

You can use products containing a combination of ascorbic acid and bioflavonoids such as IS Clinical Pro-Heal Serum and/or products containing caffeine such as RevaleSkin with Coffeeberry, Replenix Serum Caffeine Fortified or La Roche Posay Rosaliac to help reduce redness and, together with sunscreen, to reduce the likelihood of continued breakage.

Saturday, 14 March 2009

RevaleSkin Skin Care Ingredients Summary

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