Sunday Summary: Revive Active

Revive Active review

During the last few months, I've been feeling pretty run down. My body has gone from illness to illness and it's got to the point where I'm constantly tired and craving energy. On Friday I went to the doctors to receive the news that there's a chance I might have Rheumatoid arthritis. I'm being referred to a rheumatologist in the next few weeks to do further testing, so fingers crossed this isn't the case. But at least I feel like I'm finally getting somewhere with these mystery illnesses.

A few weeks ago I was approached by a company about reviewing the Revive Active* health supplement. When I heard that this product could potentially give me a little boost and didn't contain any harmful chemicals, I knew it was worth giving it a go.

Revive active

The Revive Active is made up of 26 active ingredients including: Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, B9, C, E and D3 as well as Magnesium, pomegranate and many more. The health supplement helps support anti-aging, helps heart function and also promotes a healthy immune system. When I was sent this product I was advised to drink it with my regular morning orange juice and I noticed it didn't taste too bad. Most health supplements usually have a powdery, medicinal taste, but this tasted ever so slightly like Lucozade - very citrusy and zesty. Admittedly it did take some getting used to. There's a lot of powder to be mixed in and if you're not careful it's easy to take a big gulp full without realising, however I found it probably the most enjoyable health kick I've used. Did it help my energy levels? Well, I'm not entirely sure. It helped a little bit, but it's probably one of those products that you need to be on a good few weeks to make a real difference or maybe I'm just a bit too ill at the moment to really notice. Nevertheless, it's something I'd consider buying in the future and most importantly, I actually liked the taste of this product so I can see myself sticking to this one.

The Revive Active costs £59.85 for a month supply, equating to £1.99 per day.



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8 comments

  1. I quite like the Lucozade comparison, its a guilty treat of mine! Makes a improvement on most supplements!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  3. i'm so sorry to hear you may have rheumatoid arthritis hope you are ok. This product sounds absolutely amazing and I think I might give it a go especially if it tastes a bit like lucozade lol - informative post thanks.

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  4. This sounds like a good idea,I do love lucozade.

    Sophie
    xx
    www.pocockins.co.uk

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  5. anti aging supplement too? im really intrigued. take care hun!

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  6. oh im not a fan of supplements but thanks for sharing hun x

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  7. sorry to hear about ur health.
    hope you get better soon

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  8. I know exactly how you feel, I've had a Viral Infection and I can't shift it one bit. I hope these supplements help and this is a great review! :) xx

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