Big surprise – ANOTHER scam product claiming to have been backed by “every judge” on Shark Tank. This time it’s a skincare product called ReVitalize and everything about the site is a lie.

DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

This scammer claims that every investor on the Shark Tank panel went nuts for this crap and invested millions of dollars in it.

Trust me, they didn’t.

There are a bunch of FABRIQUOTES the scammers have created and attributed to the Shark Tank team as well as other celebrities. Here are just a few for your reading pleasure:

“ReVitalize is revolutionizing anti-aging medicine,” explained Barbara Corcoran from Shark Tank.

“ReVitalize is ground-breaking. They are the only company in the world who can effectively remove the signs of aging in a safe and healthy manner.” – Oprah Winfrey

“I have a hectic schedule and I don’t have a lot of time to devote to beauty routines. That’s why I love ReVitalize! Just a few minutes every morning and night keeps my skin beautiful and wrinkle-free.” – Sandra Bullock

“I love taking care of myself and I’ve used countless beauty products. I’m addicted! But nothing works even half as well as ReVitalize. I had a few lines forming around my eyes and mouth, but a few weeks of using ReVitalize completely erased them!” – Eva Longoria

IRONICALLY, they also have a FABRIQUOTE from Ellen DeGeneres which is hysterical because another scammer is simultaneously claiming that Ellen is leaving her television show to launch her own skincare line (and it’s not this one)!

BeFAUX & After Photos

These scammers also include SEVEN before and after pictures of seemingly regular people who have realized great results using their product.

Alas, all is not as it appears – the photos are real, but they were stolen from a cosmetic surgery site that’s showing patient images before and after laser skin resurfacing procedures.

See this image of “Briana Smith” and her glowing testimonial for ReVitalize?

It’s bogus.

Click here and you’ll see the same image on the cosmetic surgery site. Several other images from that page were used by the scammers as well.

Scammer’s motto: When you’re product is garbage, lie and steal your way to greatness!


As with most of the other “Free Offer” scams we’ve covered on, the offer on this site also leads you to a page that will ask for your credit card to cover a small “shipping fee.”

Unfortunately, they’ll enroll you in an auto-bill, auto-ship plan and charge you nearly $90 just two weeks after you send for your free bottle, and another $90 just 16 days after that.

Avoid this scam – avoid the charges!


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