- Fights wrinkles, re-firms contours and replenishes facial volume
- Powered by our highest concentration of Pro-Xylane, a patented ingredient that is shown to stimulate collagen production
- Complexion is immediately more radiant and over time wrinkles appear smoother, skin feels firmer, and appears lifted
- Broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 protection
- Net Wt. 1.7 oz.
The thing about anti-aging products is that it takes a lot of time to determine if they work. Unless you already have wrinkles, then I guess if the are reduced, the product is working. The lotion itself was fine, not too thick or greasy, perfect to wear under makeup. But after about a week, I remembered why I don’t use these products anymore. They cause me to break out. Honestly, I think using a good moisturizer and sunscreen are your best bet to prevent wrinkles and keep your skin healthy. That and drinking lots of water, eating healthy, and not smoking. You will probably only notice small changes if you have wrinkles and spots. Major changes will really only happen with prescription strength products. Save your money.
30 day lotion
I’m not sure what’s supposed to happen in 30 days, but this has become my go-to daily lotion. It leaves skin smooth and satiny, is very light and not greasy. The chic red packaging is a plus,too!
Goes into my skin, lasts all night
I got this in the mail yesterday and put it on a bit before bedtime. Unlike several pricier serums, it did not just sit on top of my pores. It was absorbed and tightened my skin. Plus it moisturized and left my skin notably softer, lasting until morning. I a not happy with the 30 SPF which blocks Vitamin D production. Otherwise I highly recommend it.
Thumbs up for broad spectrum sun protection
There seem to be endless skin lotion offerings with some entering 3 digit price points. Nothing, arguably, contributes to a person’s age assessment as much as the condition of their skin. The goal of lotion producers is to convince you that their recipe possesses some special magic that will erase your wrinkles and essentially turn the clock back. Presumably, the higher the price, the more magic is injected in the bottle. Dermatologists agree that 1…. damage done by exposure to the sun is by far the most devastating factor contributing to aging of our skin, and 2…..nothing except derivatives of vitamin A have been shown to clinically help repair collagen, period. The clever wording of most ads will say something like, “reduces the ‘appearance’ of fine lines.” The biggest asset of a skin care product therefore is to provide a barrier to the harmful rays of the sun which damage the DNA and collagen gradually over years causing wrinkles, discoloration and sagging. This L’Oreal product boasts “broad spectrum” protection of UVA and UVB rays which is most effective and in a 30 SPF concentration. This is its biggest and most effective asset. It contains a mild acid that also encourages exfoliation. The outermost thin layer of skin is actually dead and “sluffs” off naturally, but it’s constant presence can give skin a dull, dry appearance the same as residue dulls the shine on your car’s surface. The strength of the acid allowed in over-the-counter products is very low, though, and the effects are minimal, though a positive addition. Like some other reviewers, I found this product to feel somewhat greasy on my face and it did not seem to be readily absorbed. The positive side is that it was not comedogenic, so the oil did not clog pores or produce any negative effects. For the greasy feel I deducted one star, but for the broad spectrum SPF 30 sun protection I would heartily recommend this product. Sun damage happens subtly and over years of exposure especially during our youth, even if a person doesn’t lay out in the sun regularly. So it’s important to remember to apply sun protection every day and to reapply later in the day to be 100% effective. Science says not to expect any miraculous rejuvenation from any skin cream no matter the price or claim of the manufacturer. This one will realistically offer vital protection, and help preserve the youthfulness of the skin you already possess.
Very good lotion – not sure about the revitalization
As a lotion, this is a good product. Goes on nicely. Nice pump delivery system. Feel nice, not oily. And the added SPF is an extremely nice addition. A few caveats: As something that is advertised to revitalize, um, not so sure. Maybe I have to use it longer but I can’t tell a difference. The other watch-out is that this product is not water-proof. So as an everyday lotion, it gets good marks. Just be careful around the pool.
I decided to try loreal SPF as an alternative to my usual more expensive day cream (presciptives -a perfect world SPF 25).Pros-Inexpensive for what your gettingBroad spectrum SPFSmooth, silky lotionNice efficient pump dispenserCons-Very heavily perfumed (big turnoff for me)Lotion does not absorb as well as other creams and left me feeling a little greasy on hot daysI think this would be good for anyone with dry skin looking for a day cream with a higher SPF and who is not bothered by the fragrance.
The main difference of this from other Revitalift products is this has sunscreen. Noting this, there are equally as good products with sunscreen that cost a lot less.The following are the claims it makes:Fights wrinkles, re-firms contours and replenishes facial volume – While it does this Revitalift has better products that do the same.Powered by our highest concentration of Pro-Xylane, a patented ingredient that is shown to stimulate collagen production – It is average on this claim.Complexion is immediately more radiant and over time wrinkles appear smoother, skin feels firmer, and appears lifted – This is not proven and sounds more like average sales talk.Broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 protection – Many less expensive and equally as good products have this.
This a solid product- I didn’t mind the smell or think it was greasy like some other reviewers. Really have only used it during the summer for the high spf, which is really convenient and I definitely prefer this over the other facial lotion that has spf included. I have dry skin, but this kept my skin moisturized all day at work. Try this out, L’Oreal rarely launches a product I don’t like! Thanks, L’Oreal!
What is that taste??
I chose to review this product because the moisturizer that I swear by is no longer being manufactured. At least that is what the Spa that I visit told me. I love, love the SPF 15 facial moisturizer with no tint that is made by Dermalogica. Unfortunately, I have not been able to find it for the longest time. It would leave you feeling clean with a bit of sparkle, all the while protecting my face. Fast forward to L’Oreal’s Revitalift Triple Power SPF 30…I think that I hate this product… No, I know that I hate this product. NOwhere on the packaging do you read all of the information that is provided on Amazon’s order page. There are no instructions! The only thing that is stated with any clarity is that the product is a SUNSCREEN! I did not purchase this to be a sunscreen, but rather a moisturizer with lifting properties that had SPF included. This is just sunscreen in an expensive bottle. I am lost. How do you market a product that claims to do all of these things and then just send a bottle along with directions that read like this: Directions: SUNSCREEN. I could go on for days.As a sunscreen, I didn’t burn when I was outside. I did not notice any positive changes regarding the ‘triple power’ claims. The lotion is a bit thick but it applies clear. The scent was typical and pleasant. The pump locks by twisting, so there aren’t any worries of spilling in your bag. On a positive note, I did find that I did not sweat streaks of it. The negative is that it would feather, as if my face was shedding old dirty skin. EWW. The biggest annoyance of all is that it took me a good week to realize what that bitter disgusting taste was. You are wondering why I would be eating my sunscreen?! I wasn’t. For the oddest reason, the whole month of daily application, I would find that about thirty-minutes later I would have this awful bitter taste in my mouth. It didn’t make sense. Then I stopped using the product because I found that I am extremely Vitamin D deficient and need the sun to penetrate my skin. The week that I stopped, I didn’t have that taste any longer. I put it on for this review’s sake and there it was. I do not apply to my lips, so I do not understand how it would possibly penetrate the surface of my skin and end up in the back of my throat?? Weird.Do not recommend because it was labeled something other than what I received. As a sunscreen it does it’s job, but it is too expensive and still feathers. Hate the flavor, hate the claims. Hate the product.
Greasy, but …
Ok, first off, I have sensitive skin and it is really hard for me to find anything that doesn’t turn me beet red or give me lovely little pimples all over my cheeks and chin. L’Oreal’s Triple Power Lotion didn’t give me high hopes. And when I pumped it out and applied it I wasn’t happy with how greasy it went on. It was like an oil slick on my face. But happily that didn’t last long. What it left behind, after sinking in, was velvety smooth skin! I haven’t seen a reduction in wrinkles but I take great care of my skin and truly don’t have any deep lines. Now for the downside … the smell. It is way to perfume-like and is very overpowering. After I put it on, bummed around the house a bit, then climbed into bed my husband thought I had just sprayed on perfume.
made me break out
This is a kind of multitasking product, but something in it irritated my skin, and after using it just a few days, I had to stop.
*Great* Sunscreen & *Moisturizer*
I think L’OREAL’S REVITALIFT TRIPLE POWER DAY LOTION WITH SPF 30 is really a good combo moisturizer and sunscreen in one.Unlike other sunscreens, the POWER DAY LOTION goes on lightly and has a very thin and easily absorbed texture (almost like water), so it goes on quickly, easily and with little fuss. My skin sucks it up and there’s no whitish looking ashen color that usually happens with SPF over 25.I read that another reviewer didn’t like the scent, but I found that the scent was light and didn’t bother me and usually certain scents will. Also, it didn’t linger and it didn’t smell like that bad plastic smell that’s usually found in sunscreens.As to whether or not it helps with wrinkles, I’d say that only the finest of lines will get smoothed out and those are usually caused by superficial dryness on the surface of the skin. I don’t have deep set wrinkles yet, and I’ve got combination oily/dry skin that occasionally breaks out still, but I’ve started to notice wrinkles forming on my forehead and in between my eyebrows, which comes not only with age but because of grimacing when I’m working out, so that’s why I’m starting to try various moisturizers that help with fine lines. I’ve only been using the product daily for about 3 1/2 weeks and it usually takes up to 6-8 weeks of continued use for any results to actually show up with products like this — or so they claim. However, if you have deep set wrinkles that are caused by the way your skin crinkles (around the eyes, lips, or forehead) no beauty cream is going to help with that, no matter how much money you spend. Creams can help retard or slow the wrinkles/crinkles from getting deeper faster, but eventually you’ll get those lines that won’t go away unless you get Botox or some other filler injections from a dermatologist (I’ll need that in about 5-10 years if I don’t want the lines).Don’t get me wrong because I find nothing wrong with age lines and wrinkles, but I think I’m getting the type that makes one look like they’re angry all the time, LOL.Anyway, if you’re looking for a great moisturizing sunscreen that applies smoothly and evenly I would definitely recommend L’OREAL REVITALIFT DAY LOTION.
I love it
Very suitable for women over the age of forty. My facial wrinkles definitely decreased. I recommend it strongly to all ladies!
L’oreal SPF 30 Revitalift Triple Power Lotion
L’oreal makes the best skin care products hands down. I have been using them for years. This particular product not only contains a high SPF of 30, but also contains capryloyl salicylic acid, which is a great exfoliator and great for skin in general. Highly recommended.
Not a bad product, but I wouldn’t pay $13 for it
I’ve been using this product daily for the past 3 weeks: every morning after showering in lieu of my usual post-shower face lotion. Three weeks isn’t enough to have formed an opinion on whether or not the lotion actually “revitalizes” or fills in wrinkles or takes years off of my appearance (and we have a maximum of 4 weeks to write Amazon Vine reviews). I also can’t say that this product blocks sun better or worse than any other similar product on the market. Have I gotten sunburned during normal outdoor exposure while using it? No. Would I have gotten sunburned if I’d been using a different product with SPF 30? Probably not.I do like the subtle scent of the lotion, and it’s not as oily as other sunscreen products I’ve tried. However, for over $13 per (small) bottle, I can’t say that I think it’s particularly worth the money.
L’Oreal has always worked for me
This product is another in the long line of L’Oreal products that I have found to be of high quality. I would recommend this to anyone old enough to know the phrase "danger Will Robinson"
Ok, but really expensive sunscreen
Right on this pump bottle it has “Purpose” and underneath that it says sunscreen. Then it says, on the bottle under “Uses” – helps prevent sunburn if used as directed with other sun protection measures. Under “Directions” – for sunscreen use apply liberally – reapply at least every two hours.All the active ingredients are sunscreens with the exception of the pro xylene. According to Truth in Aging pro-xylane is an ingredient originally developed by Lancme which stimulates the production of glycoaminoglycans (GAGs), molecules responsible for defending the skin against water loss.The lotion is light, goes on easily, and as a day lotion my foundation goes over it nicely. I don’t know about you, however I don’t apply my day lotion every two hours, especially if I have foundation over it, so I guess it wouldn’t do me much good as a sunscreen.Did it firm my skin and repair wrinkles, not that I can tell. However, I have tried expensive lotions and didn’t find them to do these things either, so perhaps it is just me. I do like it as much as the expensive lotions that I have purchased in department stores or beauty supply stores. I would use it again.
This is called a Day Lotion but I am not sure what that means. It claims a 30 SPF which becomes less as it quickly soaks into the skin. On the back it indicates the purpose is a sunscreen so, while the front says Revitalift triple power Day lotion, the specific purpose is NOT as a lotion. It feels fine applied to the skin but I think I would not feel comfortable without adding a second layer of sun protection because of the rapid manner in which this is absorbed by the skin. Truly depends on your expectations whether you want to purchase this.
I really like this cream…a lot less expensive than some of more boutique brands.
Soothing, Light Weight
This is a soothing moisturizer that’s not too heavy or oily. Here’s a run down on some aspects of this product:Scent: It smells like freshly mown grass. The smell is not overpowering however and fades fairly quickly. I’m sensitive to scents and often get headaches with the fragrances. I had no problems with this product though I’d prefer it had no scent.Skin Reaction: Though I’m in my mid 50’s I still get breakouts but had no problems whatsoever with this product. It melts into your skin quickly and doesn’t leave a sticky residue. I worked the excess in to my hands which felt wonderful. I dabbed a little under my eyes but that caused them to water though I was careful not to get any into the eye itself. This is the second moisturizer that I’ve experienced this with so I’m thinking there must be something in these products that I’m personally reacting too. I’m not sure if this is more universal or just me.SPF: It has a 30 SPF which I love since my foundation only has a 15. In the Los Angeles sun this is a real plus.
Fair product. Not something I would recommend though
My wife uses this product and has given me her review. The smell is nice.What she really doesn’t like is the feel of the product. To her it feels almost oily. She can see it has a greasy sheen on her fingers that does not rub in and disappear as expected. She does not like that weighy/oily feel on her skin. Haven’t used it long enough yet to judge rejuvenating results.
Wanted to like it – terrible break outs!!
I really wanted to like this Loreal Revitalift lotion & sunscreen. My Mother is a huge fan of the Loreal Revitalift line and I have use their make up in the past and liked it for the most part. Plus the idea of sunscreen is always a good one as a rule. My first impression was a good one – this lotion is light and creamy and seemed to absorb very quickly with no oily or greasy feeling on the skin. It just felt light and gone. Day one was fine. Day two not so much. By the end of the second day my skin felt itchy. I had applied this lotion three times throughout the day per the instructions for reapplication if you sweat or get wet etc and need the sun protection. By Day three and only two applications during the day, I realized my face was itchy and red in spots and that night was breaking out!! There will be no more Loreal Revitalift for me. I am going straight back to the Nutrogena moisturizer with sunscreen in the morning. Costs less and doesn’t destroy my skin.
Of course, it could be weeks before I see wrinkles lessen, but this lotion has a wonderful texture, goes on smoothly, is not greasy, and doesn’t leave a gross film on my fingers OR my face. I apply it after I’ve washed my face, and then do moisturizer and makeup over that. I like the way this protects from the sun, too, since I jog in the Texas heat.
L’Oreal Revitalift Triple power
This is a great product. I like it because it goes on smooth it is not greasy and the product is trustworthy. I have used it for years and the product has many stages to choose from.
Am enjoying this so far
So far I am very happy with this facial lotion. I am impressed with the amount of avobenzone and with the texture of the lotion. I have combination skin and I was happy with the amount of moisture it added to my skin and how I didn’t appear too greasy in my t zone. It says to repeat use of this lotion every 2 hours and of course I am not going to do that. So despite the high rating of spf I would never use this in place of a good sunscreen. I only use this if I am going to be in and out of the sun during the day. So, in my opinion, for what this is I think it is great.
Nice dispenser, decent product
I do like this lotion. The SPF is enough that I can be out for hours with no sunburn. In addition, it smells good and I can dispense a tiny amount at a time. Many lotion bottles squirt out too much. I don’t know if my skin necessarily is improving but it’s a nice, not-too-heavy moisturizer, which I appreciate with my acne-prone skin.
Nice Product Strong Smell
This is a really nice and creamy sun block. I was really surprised when I put it on my face because usually when a product has such a strong smell, even though it smells really good, it was gentle on my skin instead of harsh. It did make it feel very soft.It does, however, take awhile to do what it says it is supposed to do so you will have to keep using it if you want to improve your skin. It is a nice all around day time moisturizer that works well and will go well under makeup because it does smooth out your skin.It’s a pump bottle, and you have to twist the top to make it work. You have to pump quite a bit to get out the amount you need to spread on your face. This many not seem important, but if you are like me and spread it on your neck as well as the section above your cleavage, it takes a minute to get the right amount out of the bottle to spread on your face. It’s good skin care, but it did seem a little hyped. I would still recommend this product especially if you have mature skin because in spite of the fragrance, it really is gentle.
Well, I can’t say folks tell me I look like I’ve had a face lift. I can say when I put this stuff on my skin tingles and I do notice it works as a sun screen, which is what it says it does.
Geasy, overpriced sunscreen
This product is just a greasy, overpriced sunscreen that has a heavy, unattractive scent. There is no firming, no wrinkle remover, no age spot reducer, just sunscreen. I would not recommend this product.