Thanks to my diligent skincare routine while I was pregnant, I didn’t have develop any stretch marks, but I’m still reaching for this new product from Strivectin. The new Strivectin SD Advance Intensive Concentrate for Wrinkles and Stretch Marks works to boost not one, but two types of collagen—types I and III. We are all born with an abundance of Collagen Type III, but the amount plummets as we age. The new Strivectin contains NIA-11, a lipopeptide complex, and Collagex-CE Wrinkle Repair Complex, a blend of amino acids and copper. These work together to simulate the production of collagen, along with elastin and hyaluronic acid.
The product claims to:
- Diminish the number, length and depth of lines and wrinkles
- Target youth collagen and elating for healthy, younger looking skin
- Hydrate and visibly enhance skin texture
- Strengthen the skin barrier
- Repair stretch marks
My Experience with Strivectin SD Advance Intensive Concentrate for Wrinkles and Stretch Marks
The product goes on light and has a refreshing minty smell. After this harsh winter, I do miss the feel of a rich cream, but it does keep my skin well hydrated. My skin looks plumper and fresher after two weeks of using it.
The Strivectin SD Advance Intensive Concentrate for Wrinkles and Stretch Marks is $79 for 2 fl oz. or $139 for 4.5 fl. oz. at strivectin.com. It’s also available as an eye cream and a hand treatment.