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Revision skincare | photo of active beautiful middle-aged woman smilingIs your skin showing wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots? Is your neck getting crepey? Are crinkles arising around your lips and eyes? If so, there are many cosmetic options for restoring a youthful appearance to your skin. One of them is using high-quality topical products, such as those by Revision Skincare.

For the past 30 years, this trusted manufacturer has offered a premium line of anti-aging cosmetic products. Formulas are specifically designed to nourish, renew, and protect mature skin. Consistent use of Revision skincare products yields substantial improvements that you can see and feel!

Since the formulations are medical grade and prescription strength, the company sells only to select skincare professionals. At Georgia Dermatology Center, Dr. Alexander Gross is privileged to be among those chosen, as a licensed provider. Here’s why our clients rave about this high-performance product line.


The success of Revision Skin Care products has a scientific basis. Company chemists use ingredients that spur the formation of vital skin proteins. One of them is collagen, its fibers creating a framework for your skin, giving it firmness and strength.

Interwoven with collagen is elastin, a flexible protein fiber. Through elastin, your skin regains its original shape after stretching, like when you smile or show other facial expressions.

As we age, our bodies naturally make less collagen and elastin, causing our skin to wrinkle and thin. Additionally, these proteins are weakened by the sun’s ultraviolet rays.

The image below shows the anatomical differences between younger and older skin. Note the surface grooves above areas of diminished protein fibers.


All Revision skincare ingredients are “cruelty-free,” ethically sourced and never tested on animals. Following are key components of this product line, with rejuvenating properties.


Another class of skin proteins, peptides serve as chemical messengers, directing cellular activities, such as collagen production and skin repair. While peptides are native to skin, they can also be lab-created, each type with specific benefits. Here are some examples:

  • copper peptides – regenerate skin cells and calm inflammation
  • neuropeptides and hexapeptides – smooth wrinkles
  • tetrapeptides – shield skin from ultraviolet damage

Many anti-aging creams contain peptides, but usually just one or two kinds. Revision Skincare goes the extra mile, with three to five types, in higher concentrations.


Also called “hyaluronic acid,” this gummy substance in your skin binds to water, helping cells retain moisture. When added to cosmetic products, hyaluronan makes skin plump, smooth, and soft, reducing wrinkles.

Additionally, hyaluronan is antioxidant, guarding against tissue injury by free radicals, molecules deficient in electrons. Free radicals regain their normal structure by snatching electrons from healthy cells. In skin tissues, free radicals target collagen and elastin, leading to wrinkles, dark spots, dullness, fine lines, dryness, under-eye circles, and uneven tone.

Thankfully, antioxidants save cells from free radical assaults. These benevolent molecules carry extra electrons. By donating from their surplus, antioxidants restore balance to free radicals.

What causes molecules to lose electrons and become free radicals? Among the triggers are ultraviolet light, pollution, cigarette smoke, excessive alcohol, poor nutrition, and stress.

Vitamin C

This nutrient stabilizes free radicals while stimulating collagen production. As a topical serum, Vitamin C fades brown spots, brightens skin, and combats dryness. It also enhances the protective power of sunscreen. Hyaluronic acid and Vitamin C work synchronously, as a team.

On product labels, Vitamin C is often listed as ascorbic acid. However, Revision chemists use a higher quality Vitamin C. Known as “THDA,” this form is the most stable and readily absorbed, with long-lasting antioxidant qualities.

Vitamin E

Your body stores Vitamin E in cell membranes. This strategic location enables cell walls to absorb ultraviolet rays and block sun damage. Vitamin E also soothes inflammation and moisturizes skin.

Pairing Vitamins E and C supercharges their antioxidant effects. On product labels, Vitamin E is shown as two types of molecules, tocotrienols and alpha-tocopherol.


A type of fat or “lipid,” ceramides occur naturally in your surface skin. These lipids glue cells together, forming a barrier that retains moisture and resists harmful chemicals. What depletes your supply of ceramides? You guessed it – aging and ultraviolet rays.

A deficiency makes skin prone to dryness, irritation, roughness, and wrinkling. The ceramides in Revision products fortify your skin, making it firmer, smooth, and supple.

Co-Enzyme Q10

Abbreviated “CoQ10,” this vitamin-like substance is also found in superficial skin. While neutralizing free radicals, CoQ10 equips cells with the energy needed for skin repair. It also prompts cells to make elastin and collagen, erasing skin creases such as crow’s feet.

Our CoQ10 levels peak between ages 20 and 30, then gradually waning. This antioxidant is also depleted by free radicals, stress, and certain medications.

Plant Extracts

Other natural ingredients present in Revision products include aloe vera, avocado, bamboo, and brown algae.

Aloe Vera – The leaves of this succulent plant contain a healing gel that fades dark circles, balances skin tone, calms inflammation, and improves blood flow to the skin.

Avocado – Also known as “butter fruit,” avocado is saturated with Vitamins C and E. Its flesh lightens brown spots and skin tone, imparting a radiant glow. With a moisturizing effect, the fruit softens dry complexions. Avocado also contains glutamine, a clarifying amino acid.

Bamboo – This type of grass is rich in silica, a mineral component of collagen that declines with age. By replenishing lost silica, bamboo extract improves skin strength, fighting wrinkles. Antioxidants in bamboo defend against free radicals. Since the extract is also hydrating, skin becomes plumper and smoother with regular use.

Brown Algae – Also called “kelp,” this type of seaweed is high in omega-3 fatty acids, aiding collagen and elastin formation, making skin tighter and more resilient. Additionally, kelp is emollient and moisturizing, with antioxidant properties.

In this video, a 48-year-old woman reports her success with five Revision Skincare creams, after five weeks of regular use. Note the improvements in her before and after photos!


Revision skincare formulas are customized for various skin types, including sensitive, oily, normal, and dry. Here’s a sampling of client favorites, including some mentioned in the above video.

Papaya Enzyme Cleanser – Salicylic acid gently loosens dead skin cells, impurities, and makeup, leaving skin smooth. Nourishing papaya extract imparts a luminous glow. This cleanser suits all skin types.

Vitamin C Lotion 30% – Light in texture, this moisturizing emulsion brightens skin, reducing dark spots. Although the Vitamin C is concentrated, the lotion is non-irritating.

Nectifirm – Targeting the neck and jawline, this cream lifts and firms crepey skin, minimizing creases. Nectifirm also fades dark spots.

DEJ Eye Cream – This elixir penetrates the dermal-epidermal junction (DEJ), the optimal skin layer for ingredient absorption. Peptides diminish crow’s feet and crepey skin, lifting droopy eyelids. Plant extracts and antioxidants banish under-eye circles.

Lumiquin – This hand cream subdues age spots and wrinkles, making skin smoother, plumper, and brighter.

DEJ Face Cream – Ideal for dry skin but non-greasy, this product absorbs quickly. Parched skin turns supple, and dullness gives way to radiance.

Intellishade – Formulated with broad-spectrum SPF 45 sunscreen, this tinted moisturizer protects against sun damage. Blending with all skin colors, Intellishade bestows a fresh, dewy look. Although light in texture, it expertly hides spots and redness.

This comprehensive product line also includes toners, exfoliators, peels, pore reducers, masks, and additional cleansers. Here’s a brief video highlighting our top-selling Revision Skin Care products. (See the third video on the webpage.)


As a new client of Georgia Dermatology Center and Medical Spa, you can obtain a free consultation with one of our staff aestheticians. After evaluating your skin, they will recommend the ideal products that address your areas of concern. Each of our aestheticians is licensed, with extensive experience, specialized training, and certifications in advanced skincare services.

Our spa staff works under the leadership of Alexander Gross, M.D., with double board certification in dermatology and internal medicine. With 20 years performing cosmetic procedures, Dr. Gross offers a broad array of beautifying options, described here.

Our dermatology practice is located in Cumming, Georgia, on the campus of Northside Forsyth Hospital. We welcome clients from the North Atlanta region, including the cities of Dawsonville, Milton, Johns Creek, Suwanee, Canton, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Alpharetta, Buford, and Duluth. Here’s further information about our ultramodern medical spa.


To make an appointment with a staff aesthetician, please call us at (678) 845-7494. We’re here to serve you Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 8am to 4pm, and Tuesday and Friday, between 7am and 1:30pm.

Or, reserve a seat at our upcoming “Night of Beauty,” a three-hour session, introducing one of our cosmetic services. As our guest, you’ll receive a free consultation with a licensed aesthetician, along with 20 percent off all spa products.

Gain elite access to age-defying cosmetic products. We can’t wait to pamper you!

Note – The information shared here cannot replace professional skincare evaluation and advice. To learn more about the amazing anti-aging cosmetic options available, contact Alexander Gross, M.D. at Georgia Dermatology Center and Medical Spa.


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