Derm Intensives

DISCOVER THE POWER OF DERM-VALIDATED SKIN CARE FOR YOUNGER-LOOKING SKIN

Discover our most powerful and innovative skin care products validated by dermatologists. Paraben-free, fragrance-free, this collection features Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C, Glycolic Acid, and Retinol. If you are looking to treat dry skin, wrinkles, dark spots or other skin concerns, we have a serum for you.

Q&A OF INGREDIENTS

What is a Serum?

A serum is a skincare product that contains a high concentration of an active ingredient usually in a lightweight formula to target specific skin concerns. It is recommended to be used after cleansing and before your face moisturizer. Our 1.5% Hyaluronic Acid Serum has a feather-like texture and absorbs quickly to visibly plump skin.


What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a potent hydration-attracting molecule naturally found in skin that enhances skin's own moisture-retention for lasting hydration. Revitalift 1.5% Hyaluronic Acid Serum scientifically blends 0.5% high molecular weight of HA and 1% low molecular weight of HA for optimal performance. High molecular weight remains on the outer layer of the epidermis to provide immediate plumping of the skin. The low molecular weight provides long-term hydration and diminish the appearance of wrinkles.


What does Hyaluronic Acid do?

Hyaluronic Acid replenishes moisture and plumps the skin. At the optimal molecular weight and concentration level our 1.5% pure Hyaluronic Acid serum can visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles for smooth youthful-looking skin.


What types of products contain Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid can be found in many skin care products ranging from face moisturizers, creams, lotions, and facial serums.


What is Vitamin C?

Scientifically known as ascorbic acid, Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that helps to neutralize free radicals in the skin. Free radicals are environmental stressors that can accelerate the signs of aging. Vitamin C can remove oxidants from environmental pollutants and after exposure to UV. In skincare, Vitamin C is a highly unstable ingredient due to its sensitivity to oxygen, water and light.


What does Vitamin C do?

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps protect from damage caused by free radicals. Using skincare products with Vitamin C can help protect the skin from signs of aging in combination with broad-spectrum SPF. Most skincare products formulated with Vitamin C target radiance, brightening and even skin tone benefits. When using Vitamin C products, make sure to follow with SPF products to protect skin from sun exposure.


What types of products contain Vitamin C?

Vitamin C can be found in many skincare products ranging from face moisturizers, cleansers, exfoliators, lotions, and facial serums. However, Vitamin C is a highly unstable ingredient due to its sensitivity to oxygen, water and light, so not all Vitamin C products have equal potency.


What concentration of Vitamin C is recommended in skincare products?

Concentration levels depend on the format of topical application. For serums, 10%-20% concentration of Vitamin C is optimal for skin.


When should I start using Vitamin C skincare products?

You should introduce a Vitamin C skincare product when skin looks dull and is in need of a boost of radiance. Vitamin C skincare products can be layered under SPF as early as you start a skincare routine.


What is Glycolic Acid?

Glycolic Acid is an alpha hydroxyl acid (AHA) which is a class of water-soluble acids highly recommended by dermatologists due to its resurfacing and chemical exfoliation benefits.


Where can I find Glycolic Acid used?

Glycolic Acid treatments with high concentration of glycolic acid are a common procedure at Dermatologist offices. Glycolic Acid products with safe concentration levels for at-home use are available in many skincare products.


What concentration of Glycolic Acid is recommended in skincare products?

Ideal concentrations of glycolic acid depend on the format of topical application as well as the benefits you are looking to achieve. For serums, the highest concentration of pure glycolic acid that dermatologist’s recognize as safe for at-home use is 10%. You can find this in the Revitalift Derm Intensives product line.


What skincare products have Glycolic Acid?

High-concentration glycolic acid treatments are a common procedure at Dermatologists offices. Glycolic Acid skincare products formulated with 10% glycolic acid are an easy alternative for at-home application. Many glycolic acid skincare products can be found in your local department stores or drugstores.


Derm Seal of Validation

Derm Seal of Validation For the first time, L’Oréal Paris brings you closer to a dermatologist, allowing you to more confidently make choices on skincare formulas. Revitalift Derm Intensives products were validated in partnership with an advisory panel of dermatologists who performed a: Thorough review of independent clinical testing protocols and results Comprehensive screening of ingredients to uphold strict formulation standards All certified products are granted the seal of validation displayed on product carton, further reinforcing the research, trust and efficacy of the formulas. REVITALIFT DERM INTENSIVES FORMULA CHARTER: Derm Intensives formulas have been formulated with high concentrations of key ingredients, to be safe for sensitive skin and endorsed by dermatologists.

"Our Derm Intensives formulas have been validated by an external panel of dermatologists that had unprecedented access to the clinical testing, stability, safety, and ingredients used in these products."

Revitalift Advantage: Clean Formula

Revitalift Derm Intensives formulas have been developed to be safe for sensitive skin and validated by dermatologists