Eyes tired from staring into your monitor the whole day?
Slept for eight hours only to realize you are still exhausted upon waking up?
Vision slowly getting poorer over time?
20:20 vision this coming 2020! 
Protect your vision and improve your sleep quality with Vision Revival, your strongest ally in the battle against vision degeneration!

WHAT IS VISION REVIVAL?

Vision Revival is a potent supplement that protects and improves your vision health and supports your sleep quality, mental acuity, and neurological defense through the combination of the finest vision health ingredients, which includes the 2018 NutriAward Best Functional Ingredient Awardee: Lutemax 2020, the American National Eye Institute landmark Age-Related Eye Disease Study’s (AREDS) prescribed eye support formulation. Lutemax 2020, combined with top notch natural vision health ingredients with proven effects as verified by scientific studies, make up Vision Revival, your revolutionary aegis for vision protection!

With Vision Revival’s top-notch natural vision health ingredients, vision protection and improvement, better sleep quality and mental acuity, and stronger neuroprotection are all just a capsule away.

 

WHAT SETS VISION REVIVAL APART?

VERIFIED: ALL-NATURAL AND ALL-EFFECTIVE

Vision Revival’s effectiveness in dealing with vision health improvement and protection as well as in reinforcing our body’s circadian rhythm, mental perception, and neuroprotection are well supported by scientific studies.

Lutemax 2020 is proven by a Blue Light User Exposure (BLUE) study conducted by OmniActive to reduce side effects caused by prolonged exposure to blue light, the highest energy light known to potentially damage the eye’s macula, leading to short-term painful effects such eye strain and headaches and long-term disastrous effects such as the gradual loss of visual function. Lutemax 2020, derived from marigold flowers, contains all three macular carotenoids—lutein, RR-zeaxantin, and RS [meso]-zeaxanthin. It is also acknowledged by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as Certified Non-GMO and has received GRAS notification as well.

Aside from Lutemax 2020, another potent ingredient of Vision Revival is Bilberry, a powerful natural antioxidant clinically studied and demonstrated to lessen the symptoms of eye fatigue, Video Display Terminal (VDT) load-induced ocular fatigue sensation, ocular pain, eye heaviness, uncomfortable sensation, and foreign body sensation.

Vision Revival also contains the following natural ingredients, which were derived from various fruit, vegetable, and plant extracts, as well as from sea foods. These ingredients are zinc biglycinate chelate, lycopene, alpha-lipoic acid, grape seed extract, rutin, quercetin dihyrate, chromium (picolinate), Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), and eyebright. 

REVOLUTIONARY: CONVENIENT AND COST-EFFECTIVE

Vision Revival combines potent vision health ingredients in one capsule, releasing synergistic effects that not only protects and improves vision health, but also reinforces sleep quality, mental acuity, and neuroprotection. Instead of having to look for separate supplements for vision enrichment as well as stabilizers for the body’s circadian rhythm, one can simply take Vision Revival in order to alleviate these concerns. Cost-effective, efficient, and revolutionary. That is the S-Cell way.

 

HOW DOES VISION REVIVAL WORK?

In today’s digital age, exposure to blue light is slowly becoming a norm. Our eyes are exposed to various blue light-emitting screens for more than eight hours a day, from the moment we wake up, go to work, go home, and fall asleep. This leaves our eyes compromised from the effects of too much blue light exposure. Aside from this, environmental and lifestyle hazards may also contribute to the rise of various eye diseases. Gradual loss of vision can severely debilitate us and heavily affect our daily activities.

With Vision Revival, you will be a step closer to achieving a well-protected and well-reinforced vision health.

VISION HEALTH PROTECTION

RETINAL PROTECTION

Lutemax 2020, Vision Revival’s main ingredient, regulates genes involved in causing endoplasmic reticulum stress. It also protects the sensitive photoreceptors of our eyes from the harmful effects of blue light exposure, making Vision Revival a perfect supplement for those who had to sit through hours of blue light exposure. Moreover, it neutralizes free radicals associated with oxidative stress and retinal damage, granting our eyes an extra layer of protection.

Vision Revival also contains L-Taurine, a sulfur-containing amino acid that acts as an ocular cleaner by helping in the elimination of debris from the eye’s sensitive photoreceptor cells. It also improves taurine levels in the body, which is essential for the prevention of retinal degeneration. In addition, L-Taurine counterbalances excessive glutamate and excitatory neurotransmitters and protects ocular tissues against oxidative stress and ischemia.

Two other ingredients known to contribute to retinal protection include quercetin dihydrate, which protects the retinal cells, regulates inflammation, cellular metabolism, and extracellular matrix deposition, and alpha-lipoic acid, which eases symptoms of nerve damage and lowers risk of diabetic retinopathy that can occur on poorly controlled diabetes

Vision Revival contains Lutemax 2020, L-Taurine, quercetin dihydrate, and alpha-lipoic acid, which are all essential for protecting retinal cells, the light receptors that play an important role in setting the color, resolution, and brightness of vision.

PROTECTION FROM CATARACT FORMATION

Aside from granting retinal protection, Lutemax 2020 and L-Taurine, along with grape seed extract, lycopene, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), and rutin, contributes to the prevention of cataract formation. Lutemax 2020 (which contains lutein and zeaxanthin), and Vitamin C (which forms and maintains connective tissue including collagen found in the cornea) decrease risks of cataract formation. Additionally, L-Taurine and lycopene aid in its prevention. It was found that sufficient levels of L-Taurine can also reverse the process of cataract formation, while lycopene also protects the eyes from oxidative stress that causes eye diseases.

Functioning as a suspender, grape seed extract is known to contain the antioxidant compound oligomeric proanthocyanidin (OPC), which slows down and inhibits cataract formation. Combining its potent effect with rutin, which hampers the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGE) protein—the primary cause of cataract formation—and selenium (amino acid chelate), which also slows down progression of cataract formation, Vision Revival is sure to grant you a powerful therapeutic agent against cataract formation.

Moreover, rutin was also observed to inhibit aldolase reductase activity, which triggers the formation of sorbitol, a sugar alcohol that can damage the eye.

With Lutemax 2020, L-Taurine, grape seed extract, lycopene, Vitamin C, and rutin in the well-stacked formula, Vision Revival serves as an effective preventer and suspender agent against the formation of cataracts.

PROTECTION FROM AGE-ASSOCIATED MACULAR DEGENERATION (AMD)

Aside from aiding in the prevention and slowing down of cataract formation, lycopene, together with selenium and Vitamin E, also contributes in suspending the progression of AMD. While lycopene slows down and suspends cell reactions that lead to macular degeneration, Vitamin C, found to reduce risks of cataract formation by maintaining collagen level in our eye’s cornea, was observed to be capable of reducing vision loss from macular degeneration as well.

Having all these ingredients as welcome additions to the Vision Revival formula together with methylcobalamin, a compound known to also reduce risk of AMD, the eye is granted extra protection against the risk of developing AMD which can significantly obstruct our daily activities.

Welcoming Vitamin C, Vitamin E, lycopene, and methylcobalamin in the formulation, Vision Revival also aids in the defense against age-associated macular degeneration.

PROTECTION FROM GLAUCOMA

Acting as a preventing agent for both cataract formation and macular degeneration, Vitamin C also assists in the prevention of glaucoma. Combined with chromium (picolinate), which regulates intraocular eye pressure, glaucoma prevention is better done through the consumption of Vision Revival.

VISION HEALTH IMPROVEMENT

Aside from granting protection to the eyes, Vision Revival can also improve vision health and performance. Bilberry extract, another one of Vision Revival’s main ingredients, is known to produce anthocyanosides, which are compounds that maintain the eye’s glutathione level capable of acting as an effective antioxidant defenses system within the eye’s lens. An added extra effect of bilberry is it improves blood flow by strengthening blood vessel walls and it also curbs inflammation. Another important component of Vision Revival is N-acetyl cysterine (NAC), which replenishes the eye’s glutathione levels, allowing the body to protect structural proteins and enzymes necessary for the maintenance of lens flexibility and clarity in the eye.

Moreover, Vision Revival’s zinc bisglycinate chelate content allows the supplement to also boost your night vision, keeping your eyes sharp and steady even in the dark.

REINFORCEMENT OF SLEEP QUALITY, MENTAL ACUITY, AND NEUROPROTECTION

What makes Vision Revival an all-around eye health supplement is its efficiency in providing not only protection and improvement of vision health, but also reinforced sleep quality, sharpened mental acuity, and stronger neuroprotection.

Based on scientific studies, Lutemax 2020 was proven to have beneficial effects on the reduction of side effects brought abought by prolonged exposure to blue light, which includes eye strain and fatigue. It was found that reduction of those side effects improves sleep quality, mental acuity, and neuroprotection.

Aside from these benefits, Vision Revival’s eyebright component allows the supplement to serve as a treatment agent for conjunctivitis and internal eye conditions. Moreover, eyebright compounds were found to contain tannins, a compound possessing anti-inflammatory properties, making Vision Revival a well-rounded supplement not only beneficial to the eyes, but also to the body’s overall wellness.

 

WHAT MAKES UP VISION REVIVAL?

Lutemax 2020

Lutemax 2020 is a naturally-derived ingredient from marigold flowers that possesses three macular carotenoids: lutein, zeaxanthin isomers (RR-zeaxanthin & RS[meso]zeaxantin). Based on scientific studies, Lutemax 2020 has beneficial effects on reducing side effects of prolonged screen time, including eye strain and fatigue as well as improve sleep quality, vision health and performance.

Bilberry extract

Bilberry extract is a powerful natural antioxidant extract derived from the bilberry plant. It has been clinically studied and demonstrated to lessen the symptoms of eye fatigue, Video Display Terminal (VDT) load-induced ocular fatigue sensation, ocular pain, eye heaviness, uncomfortable sensation, and foreign body sensation.

Lycopene

Lycopene is the red carotenoid pigment found in tomatoes, pink grapefruit, watermelon, and other fruits. Lycopene was discovered by the Department of Pharmacology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences to have the ability to prevent or delay cataracts in a large majority of cases.

Alpha-lipoic acid

Alpha-lipoic acid is an organic compound found in human cells. It was found to ease symptoms of nerve damage and lower the risk of diabetic retinopathy (eye damage) that can occur with poorly-controlled diabetes.

Vitamin E (tocopherol sunvitol)

Vitamin E’s antioxidant properties help reduce skin damage caused by free radicals. It has also a beneficial effect on age-related macular degeneration (AMD), delaying the process when combined with other factors such as Vitamins A and C.

Grape seed extract

Grape seed extract is derived from the ground-up seeds of red wine grapes. It was found to attenuate the process and inhibit cataract formation.

Rutin

Rutin is a plant-based bioflavonoid found in a number of citrus fruits found to hamper the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGE) protein, which is the primary cause of cataracts.

L-Taurine

L-Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid necessary for normal vision.

N-acetyl Cysterine (NAC)

NAC is an amino acid precursor to glutathione which functions to protect the structural proteins and enzymes necessary for the maintenance of the eye’s lens flexibility and clarity.

Quercetin dihydrate

Quercetin dehydrate is a pigment (flavonoid) found in several plants and foods, such as red wine, onions, green tea, apples, berries, Ginkgo biloba, St. John's wort, and American elder, among others. Quercetin dihydrate was found to have protective effect on retinal cells

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is water-soluble vitamin abundant in fruits and vegetables. It is a powerful antioxidant which helps the body form and maintain connective tissue, including collagen found in the eye’s cornea. Long-term consumption of Vitamin C may help reduce cataract formation risk and vision loss from macular degeneration. Vitamin C is also used in the treatment and prevention of glaucoma as it helps maintain collagen eye tissue.

Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis)

Eyebright comes from a wild plant native to Europe. It has been long used in herbal medicine. Eyebright contains compounds called tannins, which appear to possess anti-inflammatory properties.

Methylcobalamin

Methylcobalamin is a type of Vitamin B12 that plays a key role in the functioning of the brain and nerves, as well as in the formation of red blood cells. In addition, the body uses Vitamin B12 in energy production and regulation, among other metabolic roles.

Trace elements:

Selenium (amino acid chelate)

Selenium is a trace mineral essential in slowing the progression of AMD and other eye disorders, including cataracts and glaucoma.

Copper bisglycinate chelate

Copper plays a vital role in retinal physiology. It is also necessary for the synthesis of melanin, a storage protein for iron, zinc, and copper in retinal pigment epithelium and melanocytes.

Zinc bisglycinate chelate

Zinc also plays a vital role in retinal physiology. It is found in sea foods and has been observed by clinical studies to support better night vision by potentiating the effects of Vitamin A (beta carotene).

Chromium (picolinate)

Chromium is found in vegetables in trace amounts. It is an essential mineral that help regulates intraocular eye pressure and prevent glaucoma.

 

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