Hylton Lea, Senior Vice-President for Communications for ReVive skin care, will be offering free seminars on the company’s ground-breaking, scientific formulations at Nordstrom Ala Moana Saturday, January 22, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 1 – 3 p.m. and 4 – 6 p.m. Phone 953-6100, ext. 1901 for information and reservations.
Lea, who is originally from South Africa (with a charming accent to prove it) has worked closely with ReVive’s founder, Dr. Gregory Bays Brown, noted plastic surgeon, since 2005.
It’s often difficult to separate the science from the hype in skin care today. Buzz words abound and confuse. Hylton can help make the amazing science behind ReVive make sense.
The line began with Dr. Bays Brown’s idea that the Nobel prize winning EGF (Epidural Growth Factor), which speeds up skin cells at the molecular level, could be delivered through skin care products. He spent years developing the first cream. He then employed IGF (Insulin-like Growth Factor) to firm and strengthen the underlying collagen to thicken the skin and help prevent sagging while plumping fine lines. His next introduction was KGF (Keratinocyte Growth Factor), which works to increase facial volume. Lea said KGF can potentially fill the creases, lift the sag and tighten the droop. “This is the first product to address volume,” Dr. Bays Brown said.
I can’t even begin to explain Telomerase, the latest scientific addition to the ReVive line. You’ll have to ask Hylton about that one. Or go to www.reviveskincare.com
– Paula Rath