StriVectin-SD for Stretch Marks and Wrinkles Review

Need a Wrinkle-Fighting Stretch-Mark Fading Cream?

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There are several products on the market that claim to reduce wrinkles and fade stretch marks, but most of them simply don’t work.

StriVectin-SD is a company known for making clinical-strength products that actually work, so can their product do what others have failed at?

We’re going to take a look today to see if StriVectin-SD Intensive Concentrate for Stretch Marks and Wrinkles can live up to its claims and its manufacturer’s reputation.

What Do They Claim?

They took their original stretch mark cream and supercharged it with their “proprietary” complex NIA-114 and Peptides Actives in order to add wrinkle fighting capabilities that give results in 2-8 weeks.

We don’t particularly care for that “proprietary” word because it so often stands for a blend of mystery ingredients that simply don’t work but cost a ton of money. We’ll see.

To be specific, the company claims that in 2 weeks, your natural collagen will be replenishing and your texture and resilience will be improved. By the 4th week, discolorations will be visibly fading and your natural cell turnovers will be intensifying. By the 8th week, your elasticity will be improved and your stretch marks and wrinkles will be visibly improved.

Wow, those are some pretty big claims. Let’s look at the ingredients to see what’s there.

What’s In It?

Because I was moderately underwhelmed by a review that we did of another StriVectin-SD product, I was amazed when I glanced through the ingredients in this product! It’s seriously packed with healing agents, moisturizers, antioxidants and wrinkle-fighters.

Just to name a few of our favorites, it’s got resveratrol, hyaluronic acid, Shea butter, several different peptides, and myristyl nicotinate, a close relative and similar compound to niacinimide. It actually has what it claims in it and then some!

At this point, I’ll be really surprised if the reviews aren’t raving.

What Are Users Saying?

As suspected, an overwhelming percentage of people love this product. They report that it works so well on some trouble areas such as age spots that people think that they’ve had work done. Others report that though their wrinkles are completely gone, they’re much improved. It’s also extremely moisturizing, smells a bit minty and absorbs well.

Final Word

Between the ingredients in this product and the user reviews, we have no choice but to give it a hearty “2-thumbs-up”. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a product label that packed with good stuff, and for the price, you really can’t beat it. It’s more expensive than drug store brands but half the price of high-end creams that only have half the ingredients. We say go for it!

In order to save you some money, we’ve found good deals on StriVectin-SD Intensive Concentrate for Stretch Marks and Wrinkles here.

If you’ve tried StriVectin-SD Intensive for Stretch Marks and Wrinkles, let us know what you thought of it in the comments section below!



One Response to “StriVectin-SD for Stretch Marks and Wrinkles Review”
  1. wanda johnson says:

    Hi, I am a fifty-one year old black female with minimal wrinkles. I have had this sample tube of Strivectin on my night stand for sometime now that I received after buying some other product. I think it was some perfume at Carson Pirie Scott. The perfume was long gone and I thought about using this product even though I didn’t think it would work since I have used it in the past as a freebie as well. Pleasantly to my surprised it worked!! The lines around my check was not so noticable and this was just in a few days!! It goes on smoothly and I like it much better than my old moisterizer as well. I don’t know if this cream is working now that I’m a bit older and I need more coverage or it the better ingredients. Whatever they are using I’m thankful and now i will be buying a larger tube. I hope it will work for you as well. Thanks for reading my first post, lol.

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