I have always been a lover of a good skincare regimen, but until I hit 40, I never worried about fine lines or the dreaded adult breakouts I’d read about.  I like taking care of my skin, and sharing great products with you. This week, I’m pleased to introduce you to Reviva Labs Glycolic Acid facial toner, cleanser and their Sun protective moisturizer, all made to help us fight fine lines and breakouts because of their active ingredients, including Glycolic Acid.  I received these complimentary products a few weeks ago to review and host a giveaway. All opinions are 100% my own. 

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If you are a beauty and skincare lover like I am, you’ve probably heard of Glycolic Acid peels and cleansers.  Admittedly, some brands out there are harsh and can and will burn your skin.  Don’t let those brands stop you from giving Glycolic Acid products a try. In the right formulation, they can help improve your skin. I feel Reviva Labs got the formulation right. 

So what is Glycolic acid? This skincare ingredient is derived from cane sugar and has small molecule’s, so it can penetrate deeply into your skin making Glycolic Acid an effective ingredient for treating fine lines, acne, blackheads, dullness and oiliness. 

The products and my thoughts:

The first Reviva Labs product I tried was the Glycolic Acid Cleanser. The bottle says for mature or sun damaged skin, but don’t let that detract you from trying this creamy cleanser! This is a water activated cleanser that contains no oils or soap substances that remain on the skin. It rinses off easily and my face felt smooth and silky. I did have to apply cleanser twice to get all my makeup off, but it never irritated my skin.

I used the Glycolic Acid Facial Toner on days I didn’t wear any makeup.  Since I don’t wash my face in the shower in the morning, preferring to just rinse it with tepid water, I used the toner after my shower applying a small amount on a cotton swab and applying to my T zone. I never found it harsh, but did notice that I needed to apply a little more moisturizer around my nose on days I used the toner, maybe that comes from the toner’s extra cleansing benefits. 

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Finally, I applied the Sun Protective Moisturizer. This is a light cream that feels good on your skin. I did notice a bit of sweating on my face right after applying, so I would suggest allowing a few minutes for moisturizer to absorb before applying makeup. Even though this product says it’s for mature skin, my teen daughters love it

This really is a great unscented moisturizer that softens, makes skin look dewy fresh and offers an UVA-UVB SPF 25.  Reviva Labs states that this light cream is ideal for daily use for the outdoor type, male or female, so if your guy or son needs a little protection and moisture to those windblown cheeks, see if you can get him to try this moisturizer.

I’ve been enjoying these products for several weeks now and love how effective they are without stripping or burning my skin. I would highly recommend this whole product line. I invite you to learn more about them by visiting Reviva Labs website and follow them on Pinterest

Win it!

Thanks to the generous folks at Reviva Labs, one lucky reader will win this three piece set. Entering is easy using the Rafflecopter form below. 

No purchase is necessary to enter using the Rafflecopter from below.  My WAHM Plan is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Winners will be notified by email used on entry form and have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen.  This giveaway is not associated with nor endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, or any other social channel. 

Good Luck! 

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My thanks to Reviva Labs for sending me free products to facilitate today's post and for hosting this giveaway. I didn't received monetary compensation for my thoughts, however, I only share content I feel will benefit my readers. I’m disclosing this in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”