Our mission is to help individuals with SENSITIVE SKIN, ROSACEA, ACNE, POST-COSMETIC SURGERY, ANTI-AGING, manage their skin by providing simple, dermatologist-developed skin care that is inspired by nature and supported by science.
Our unique formula is free of: parabens, fragrance, mineral oil, formaldehyde, dyes and other skin irritants. Our key ingredient from the Western Red Cedar tree has "natural" healing properties, and is a potent anti-oxidant. This rare molecule is also a anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and has natural skin whitening properties.
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Dermatologist Dr. Jason K. Rivers subscribes to a simple standard when formulating Riversol MD, which is to use ingredients that both enhance the appearance and health of ones skin. Thirty years of patient feedback combined with extensive research of naturally derived ingredients has resulted in allergen & irritant free skin care that is easy to use.
Formulation – Active ingredients that are Natural!
Treating a wide range of skin conditions at his daily dermatology practice in Vancouver, British Columbia, Dr. Rivers developed Riversol MD as a safe, hypoallergenic skin care alternative to address a long list of skin problems.
Early research with an environmental scientist from Western Canada led to Dr. Rivers’ introduction to Beta-Thujaplicin (thujaplicin or otherwise known as hinokitiol) a potent plant derived molecule originally used by First Nations peoples dating back to the 1930's for medicinal purposes.
Beta-Thujaplicin is proven effective in reducing the appearance of redness on normal and sensitive skin. Combined with stabilized & quality-grade Vitamin C phosphate and Vitamin E, this combination delivers on claims of safety and efficacy as it consistently accelerates the healing of tissue damage, encourages collagen growth, and ultimately improves the appearance of skin.
Founder of Riversol Skin Care Inc.
Dr. Jason K. Rivers is a clinical professor of dermatology and previous director of the dermatology residence training program at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He is currently a practicing dermatologist and owner of Pacific Dermaesthetics in downtown Vancouver. He is the chief clinician, and researcher behind Riversol Skin Care Solutions Inc.
Dr. Rivers is Board Certified in Dermatology in Canada and the United States. He has received numerous awards from the Canadian Dermatology Association and the American Academy of Dermatology Association and is listed in Best Doctors in Canada.
Dr. Rivers is the former director of the Canadian Dermatology Association’s National Sun Awareness and Skin Cancer Prevention Program and remains as the regional director of this group. These campaigns, which reached millions of Canadians each year, involved working side by side with groups such as the Canadian Cancer Society and the BC Ministry of Health.
Dr. Rivers was co-principal investigator of the first national study on the sun protection habits of Canadians. He presented a report to the Canadian House of Commons Hearing Committee on the Environment (effects of ozone depletion on human skin) and was involved in a forum to create the UV Index.
Throughout his career Dr. Rivers has published more than 135 articles and book chapters. His current research interests include sensitive skin conditions (such as Rosacea), skin cancer, laser and cosmetic treatments; and cosmeceuticals. He is the editor in chief of the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, and the associate editor of The Skin Therapy Letter.
Dr. Rivers received his MD magna cum laude from the University of Ottawa Medical School. His dermatology training took place in Ottawa, Canada and in London, England. Subsequently, he completed fellowships at the New York University’s Skin and Cancer Unit and the Sydney Melanoma Unit in Australia.