Reviva Labs - Seaweed Soap Bar - 4.5 oz. (127.5 g)
Instead of animal tallow (sodium tallowate), common to most soaps, Reviva Labs features a pure vegetable base of palm and coconut oils, Reviva Labs Seaweed Soap Bar. Reviva Labs Seaweed Soap Bar contains Seaweed grains' scrub action, which helps remove hidden impurities. Reviva Labs Seaweed Soap Bar has been a family favorite in shower or bath for many years. In Spain, Seaweed Soap is even used as part of one's slimming or anti-cellulite routine. It stimulates circulation and helps discharge toxins. Reviva Labs Seaweed Soap Bar is a soap both men and women will love.
Reviva Labs Seaweed Soap Bar Highlights:
- 100% Vegetable Base
- Added Scrub Action - Great for Use in an Anti-Cellulite Program
- No Animal Fats
- All Natural
About Reviva Labs
In 1973 when Reviva Labs was established, the word “Exfoliation” was unknown in America. That was 38 years ago. It’s when Reviva Labs introduced the first non-chemical European Exfoliant to Health Food Stores, known as “Light Skin Peel”. It’s unique formula and blending remains unduplicated today.
Because Reviva has been a “quiet” company, most of you are probably not aware that Reviva was also the first in Health Food Stores with:
- A milder, non-drying program for acne
- Topical trace minerals
- Glycolic Acid (from dermatologist source)
- Hyaluronic Acid
- Vitamin P for spider veins and rosacea
- A new - ingredient-complex for under eye dark circles and others
Although Health Food Stores are Reviva’s major distribution channel, Reviva’s origins are actually in professional skin care salons. Reviva’s founder, Stephen Strassler, is one of America’s earliest Aestheticians.
It was (and is today) the testing of product safety and performance in various skin care salons that has been a unique and key factor in Reviva’s history of product effectiveness.
Product effectiveness is not only a matter of the right ingredients but the experience in blending the proper percentages. And the knowledge of the interaction of those ingredients.
The wrong percentage of one of the active ingredients could inactivate the performance of the product.
Think about what you’ve learned from your own experiences over the years. Then, please consider what 38 years of skin care experience can mean to you the next time you’re buying skin- care products.