Build Collagen! Revive Anti-Aging Light Therapy Review

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My review with before & after photos (taken with the same cell phone, same time of day, same natural lighting 12 weeks apart) of the Revive anti-aging light therapy device. Easy to use! (and relaxing too!) Just hold it a minimum of 3 minutes in each area of treatment. If you use a white or green tea moisturizer BEFORE using the device it increases the effectiveness! Wait 10 minutes AFTER using the device to apply any retinol or retin a products. I forgot to say in the video, but I have the CLINICAL version of the device

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I used it mainly around my mouth and between my eyebrows (on my 11’s) and did notice some softening of the lines I have there. I will definitely continue using this anti-aging device. The Revive anti-aging unit has red, amber and infrared (not visible) lights to help build collagen in the skin.

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I’d love to hear if you have tried the Revive anti-aging light therapy device! Thank you to Revive for gifting me this anti-aging device! I was NOT paid to do this video.

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xo Anne

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  1. TrailerParkBarbie
    TrailerParkBarbie 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    i was wondering? if i dermaroll first ,open up the skin,then use the light? how would that work??????????

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  2. Renee Bosi
    Renee Bosi 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    I've been using light therapy for years. When I'm consistent with it I always notice a difference in texture and firmness. I think it's kept my skin healthy looking

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  3. All That Beauty With Lori
    All That Beauty With Lori 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Hello Anne 🙂 how are you?? Like you I will be turning 50 but I am in June so my Birthday is a bit more sooner lol I am always looking for new tools and products also , to help keep the skin as healthy, plump and getting rid of what lines or any wrinkles I can.. I know I can't stop the aging process, but if I can get ahead and slow it I am all good 🙂 Have a great week, love and blessings xoxox <3

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  4. Maria Butler
    Maria Butler 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Hi Anne, I tried a hand held red light therapy from Amazon, but found it too time consuming for each area on the face. I liked it because I could do it while I was watching TV. I am going to return it but am actively trying to search for either a mask or panel that is affordable. I actively try and do anti aging, but suffer from excema on my face and neck. That is one of the things I am really trying to improve since I have to use alot of RX strength hydro cortisone cream. If you have any suggestions let me know.

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  5. NCS Sounds
    NCS Sounds 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    nice stuff

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  6. Emma Drul
    Emma Drul 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    I am extremely picky when it comes to skin care! I am 36 yrs old but do not use tons of makeup and I limit what I put on my face! This Argan Rain %100 Pure Argan Oil product is one of the best things that I have purchased! It doesn't make me feel like I am clogging my skin or skin feels refreshed and the texture is smooth! I like that it absorbs into my skin quickly and is not heavy! definitely buying more of this youth stuff

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    CHRISTINA WHITE 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Hi Anne! For a few years I enjoyed using red light therapy by using a product called Lightstim. It did work, but the electric cord broke and I do want to get another. Anne, I found one online at Ulta and it is labeled Silk'N FaceFX Anti-Aging Device. Do you think it is comparable? I enjoyed this video, and thank you for sharing!!!💕

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  8. BeautyBy Anne-Marie
    BeautyBy Anne-Marie 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    +dozydoe I hope you get this reply, it wouldn't let me reply on your comment for some reason. Anyway….The LED lights don't really get warm like the thermage would I don't think (I have never had thermage though, so don't really know how it feels but have heard is is warm). I don't think they are the same that way at all. I searched on realself for anything on LED and collagen shrinking and found nothing. Only things that said LED light therapy builds collagen. xoxo

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  9. Julie Smith
    Julie Smith 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    I do have a older device that I use and I think it makes my skin look plumper.

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  10. Kristen Kay
    Kristen Kay 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    I liked the before and after pics! I'm curious about light therapy for acne. Do you know if there a different type of light for that?

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  11. Peridot500
    Peridot500 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Anne-Marie, I've afraid your link isn't going to give you credit for purchases as for some reason, the link is not complete. I'll wait about a week to order the item so that you can fix this link. Thanks!!

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  12. Gin Amber
    Gin Amber 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    As an esthetician I can guaranty that this is one of the best investment for the skin, great long lasting results but I would highly recommend full LED panel because it's professional this is what we use for clients in the beauty salons 🙂
    Great review darling, I can't believe how old are you, you always amaze me how beautiful and young your skin is XOXO

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  13. Melissa55
    Melissa55 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Would that work on peeling off brown spots do you think, Anne? OK, you answered my question. This looks really interesting, and I could see a difference for sure. Thank you so much for showing it!!! Much love, Melissa

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  14. Ranalynn Naipo
    Ranalynn Naipo 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Wow 😳… you did an excellent job on this video. Well done 👍🏼. Stay fabulous. Hugs 🤗 from Hawaii 🌴🌺☀️. Happy Sunday 🙃

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  15. Maggie Wood
    Maggie Wood 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    I agree Anne, those areas are definitely improved! Thank you for the review.

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  16. Bernadette D
    Bernadette D 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Hello! Thank you for sharing your light therapy pictures. You are beautiful. I did see a difference in your jaw line. Very impressive. 💖💋💖💋💖💋💖💋💖💋

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  17. Heli V & Naisellisia yksinpuheluita
    Heli V & Naisellisia yksinpuheluita 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Interesting device! Already waiting for results after a few more months!
    Do you still do dermarolling?

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  18. LJT
    LJT 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    Your hair looks great!

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  19. cabolynn
    cabolynn 9 June, 2017, 05:01

    I use a 660nm red grow light to help build collagen and also, I make sure that I get morning sun frequencies of uv purple and IR light because that is the healing spectrum of light from the sun. My skin is beautiful at just shy of 57 now. If you want to learn more about light and how artificial blue light ages you, check out the blog posts of Neurosurgeon Dr. Jack Kruse

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