Revplex Stretch Mark Cream: Too Costly, Too Few Results


Product's Name: Revplex Stretch Mark Cream
Made In The USA
Unique Ingredients List
Results Vary
Bottom Line : 1.5 /5 - Terrible

Reviewed by: Dana Franklin on September 15, 2013

Recommended by dermatologist. Comes with 30 days money back guarantee. Revplex can be shipped worldwide for additional fee. See full review below
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Revplex Stretch Mark Cream claims to be clinically proven to get rid of those unsightly and unwanted marks. For those looking for a good skin cream product, this just might turn out to be good news.

Well, it would be if the cream really was able to deliver the results you would expect from a product that has purportedly done so well in tests.

The truth is, as my Revplex Stretch Mark Cream review will point out, this is not exactly the best skin cream product on the market and there are quite a number of other stretch mark creams that are more accurate in their claims.


What Does Revplex Stretch Mark Cream Do

A snarky response would be this cream will do very little. Then again, the response would also be a fairly accurate one as well since this is not a cream that will contribute to any significant prevention or removal results.

Sorry to be so blunt but that is really how it goes with this product. When trying to find a simple solution to a serious problem, no one wants to be weighed down using a product that fails to deliver.

This is why such a straight forward assessment of the merits (or lack of merits) is necessary.

Overall, the product does claim to offer a number of common sought after solutions to stretch mark woes. The claims point out that the cream will not only reduce stretch marks, but it can do so in a relatively short period of time.

Certainly, that is an appealing trait for any customer of stretch mark creams. The other claimed value the cream deliver is it can firm up the skin. Lose skin will be prone to wrinkles and stretch marks and anything capable of firming it is always a great plus.

Skin that already is damaged may possible be repaired when the cream is applied to it over an extended period of time.


The Validity Of The Claims

Are any of these claims anything you have not seen elsewhere? Not very likely; you probably have come across claims of this nature time and time again. With Revplex Stretch Mark Cream, the claims will be followed with the statement that clinical trials and testing has been performed.

While this is nice to know, it is necessary to point out the tests might only speak for those who have taken part in it. Not everyone will use this cream and walk away with the feeling it really did what was promised.

In all fairness, I do have to take a step back and point out there will be those who have experienced positive results using this cream. Testimonials and reviews can reflect numerous positive assessments.

That said, I do not share the opinions or enthusiasm of those who like this cream. You could give the cream a try but do not say I didn’t warn you.


The Ingredient List

There are some unique ingredients to be found among the stack that blends together to form the cream. Among those ingredients are:

    • Emu Oil
    • Siegesbeckia Orientalis
    • Emblica

You might not find them elsewhere which can be a plus. Unique ingredients can sometimes offer different results than would be the case with the more tried and true ingredients, although the common ingredients do have to be a major part of the mix as well.


The Cost

At over $59, the cost of this particular cream is way up there. No one should dismiss a skin care product with a high price tag if it is known for delivering great results. This is not such a product so the high price can be a huge negative.



    • There have been some good reports from clinical tests
    • Testimonials have said positive things



    • Not very effective
    • High cost



There are several skin care creams on the market that may be able and should be able to deliver better results than what you would find with this one. Revplex Stretch Mark Cream gets a low 1.5 star rating because it does not deliver on expectations and costs a fortune. Look for a different cream instead.

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