Revitol Hair Removal Cream advanced hair inhibitor system is a 100% pain-free effective cream.
Imagine having smooth, hairless skin all over your body without having to shave or wax ever again! Revitol Hair Removal Cream makes eliminating un-wanted body hair easy and painless.
Revitol Hair Removal Cream works equally well on men and women; it is safe for use anywhere on the body and it only requires one simple application. It will be absorbed quickly and removed..
Our product has proven to eliminate regular shaving, waxing and the use of tweezers. Revitol Hair Removal Cream is the most effective alternative to expensive laser treatments and electrolysis.
Rated NO.1 Hair Removal Product on the Market
Safely use on any part of your body!
Erases unwanted hair instantly and painlessly!
Removes hair from eyebrows, upper lips and legs!
Gets rid of hair in just seconds!
No razor burns, No Shaving, No Waxing and No red bumps!
Removes hair from your back, armpits, knees and more!
How it Works
Freedom from: Shaving, razor
cuts, razor burn, waxing, electrolysis, tweezing, laser treatments...
all of which are painful and time consuming.
Easy to use
Revitol Hair Removal Cream advanced hair vanishing cream painlessly
eliminates unwanted body hair with a protective natural barrier and
pro-vitamin, anti-oxidant complex containing, aloe vera and natural
Hair is gently removed from the follicle bulb,
leaving the skin baby soft and silky. The unique blend of bioactive
plant extracts found in the hair removal cream seep into the hair-free
follicle reducing the hair shaft naturally at the follicle growth site.
The hair becomes thinner and finer over a one to four month period. Most
people report hair stops growing with ongoing maintenance.
Revitol Hair Removal Cream process conditions,
moisturizes and protects the skin against the environment. Never shave,
wax or tweeze again.
Revitol Hair Removal Cream is Easy as 1-2-3!
Patch test a small area for 5-7 minutes using the
STEP 1: Put cream on the area for
hair removal and leave the cream on for 5-7 minutes. (DO
NOT RUB IN)
STEP 2: Use a towel and wipe to remove hair in the area where you
applied the cream.
STEP 3: Thoroughly rinse area with lukewarm water,
where cream was applied. (Do Not Use Soap).
Important-caution: Sensitive areas, such as
face, scalp, neck and underarms, are to be tested minute by minute. If
hair does not remove easily after 7-10 minutes, do not leave on skin
longer than 15 minutes. Wait 24 hours between applications.
Patch test a small area for 12 to 15 minutes.
Put cream on the area for hair removal and leave the cream on for 12
to 15 minutes. DO NOT RUB IN.
Use a towel and wipe to remove hair in the area where you applied the
Thoroughly rinse area with lukewarm water, where cream was applied.
(Do Not Use Soap).
Important-caution: Sensitive areas, such as face, scalp, neck and
underarms, are to be tested minute by minute. If hair does not remove
easily after 12 to 15 minutes, do not leave on skin longer than 20
minutes. Wait 24 hours between applications.
Caution: If you are pregnant, nursing, or currently taking any medication, consult with a physician prior to use.
Do not exceed suggested use.
Storage: Store this product in a cool dry place below 30°C (86°F). Keep out of reach of children.
If your unable to find answers to your inquiries after
reviewing these frequently asked questions please feel free to
01. Is Revitol Hair Removal
Cream easy to apply?
Yes. Revitol Hair Removal Cream is easy to use and applies in
seconds. Just spray Revitol Hair Removal Cream on, and it goes to
02. Is Revitol Hair Removal
Cream a permanent solution to unwanted body hair?
NO. Revitol Hair Removal Cream is not a permanent solution to
unwanted body hair. When Revitol Hair Removal Cream is used as
directed, it will slow the rate of hair growth, eventually removing
hair from growing back. Continued use is necessary to maintain hair
free skin. top
03. How long does Revitol
Hair Removal Cream take to work?
Use Revitol Hair Removal Cream according to directions, and you
should see results within a month. (Results may vary) top
04. If I stop using Revitol
Hair Removal Cream will my hair grow back?
YES. If you stop using Revitol Hair Removal Cream your hair will
slowly grow back within 10 to 12 weeks. (Results may vary) top
05. Does Revitol Hair
Removal Cream change the structure of my hair?
Yes. Thicker, coarser hair will become softer and finer. It will
resemble hair you had as a baby. top
06. What if I have sensitive
Revitol Hair Removal Cream is formulated with natural, advanced
moisturizing agents to aid in soothing sensitive skin. (Use as
directed. See warnings on label) top
07. How do you ship the
We ship all orders via USPS. All packages are discreetly shipped with
no indication of a Revitol Hair Removal Cream product inside. top
08. How long does it take to
receive my Revitol Hair Removal Cream?
US orders are shipped USPS and take 3 to 5 days International Orders
are shipped USPS and take 5 to 10 days. top
09. Are their any
alternative ordering methods besides using a credit card?
You can order Revitol Hair Removal Cream products with the 4 major
Credit Cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover Card).
You can also pay us by sending a money order or a cashiers check. top
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