Reviva Cosmetic Cream Users May Have a Claim for False Labeling

Reviva cosmetic cream users may have a claim for false labeling. Recently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned Reviva Labs for making unsubstantiated medical claims concerning eight of its cosmetic creams, namely, the Nasolabial Fold Multi-Peptide Cream, Glycolic Acid Oily Skin Daytime Light Cream Moisturizer, Skin Lightener For Day Fade Cream, DMAE Firming Fluid, Collagen Regeneration Cream, Lighten & Brighten Dark Spot Serum, Spider Vein & Rosacea Day Cream W/Vitamin P, and Vitamin K Cream.

The FDA cannot regulate cosmetics unless they make medical claims. Here, the FDA deemed claims that the products plump skin, regenerate collagen and lighten age spots to be medical in nature. As the FDA noted, the “above-listed products are not generally recognized as safe and effective for the above referenced uses and, therefore, the products are ‘new drugs.’”

The FDA also warned Reviva Labs for its unsanitary practices which may cause the products to be “contaminated with filth or rendered injurious to health.”

If you have used any of the eight Reviva cosmetic creams, please contact us to discuss your legal rights and options.