StriVectin SD Review

StriVectin SD
StriVectin SD

StriVectin SD® was originally marketed as a stretch-mark cream. However, through an odd misunderstanding women began applying it on their face to diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet.

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StriVectin SD

A spokesperson for Strivectin’s distributor (Klein-Becker) referred to the success of StriVectin-SD as an anti aging wrinkle cream was “dumb luck.” What had started out as the No. 1 stretch mark cream in the US, now has found a new market by accident.

When samples of the StriVectin formula were handed out to employees and customers during a market research effort in 2002, the tubes were simply labelled “topical cream”. As the samples were passed between friends and family, the message became a little muddled and some people used it as a facial moisturizer.

When the researchers began receiving positive feedback from users regarding its effect on their wrinkles and crow’s feet the company knew they were accidentally onto something.

If consumer sales are any indication of effectiveness, StriVectin-SD gets the job done. It is currently the no.1 anti wrinkle cream in France in terms of sales (from beauty-on-line.com).

It is sold as a product that is guaranteed to provide a smoother, younger complexion, with less irritation (as products containing retinol sometimes do) and faster results—all without the pain and expensive of peels or injections.

You may have seen its ‘Better than Botox Advertisements. The company claims that its topical cream offers gradual, continuing results while the effects of injections and facial peels are harder on the skin and wear off.

Positives

  • Results documented by a series of clinical trials.
  • Contains the patented oligo-peptide – Pal-KTTKS.
  • Contains Acetyl Hexapeptide-8, a popular Botox-mimicking cosmeceutical.
  • Image analysis showed it worked nearly 1.5 times faster than retinol in reducing wrinkles during a 2 month study.
  • Proven to increase skin firmness and decrease the depth of irregular surfaces.
  • Includes anti-oxidants.
  • Comes in a large tube (6 oz.) that should last for 6 months.
  • 3 day shipping within the US

Negatives

  • Considered pricey, but comes in a size far larger than many similar products.
  • Recommended to be used 3 times a day.
  • Contains peppermint oil – some may be sensitive to it, especially if used around the eyes. The company also has an eye cream.
  • Considered to be quite a ‘heavy’ cream, maybe best used at night.
  • Difficult to find at your local store.
  • Receives a wide range of reviews from ‘miracle cream’ to ‘do not work’.

Guarantee: 100% no-questions-asked money back guarantee. You can return the unused portion within 60 days for a full and prompt refund.

Conclusion

Although many users have claimed this product does make their skin smoother and more radiant, there are others who report feeling ‘taken’ by this product. It has received wide coverage and has been heavily marketed.

If you read many reviews from users there seems to be a trend that the most satisfied among them have used the product ‘as instructed’, this means 2 – 3 times a day for an extended period. They seem to report not noticing ‘immediate’ results but lessening of lines and wrinkles over time, often at least 4 – 6 weeks.

It has peptides that are proven to help promote collagen and elastin. It also includes glucosamine which is known to rebuild the skin and the elements underneath it, as well as, powerful antioxidants meant to protect the skin from free radicals.

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