Strivectin Research

Written by Sierra Rein
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In recent years, new Strivectin research has simply reaffirmed what some cosmetologists have suspected for a while. This includes the knowledge that the active ingredient in Strivectin-SD, oglio-peptide, is more effective to reduce lines, wrinkles, and marks than face creams containing retinol, vitamin C, or any placebo. This was apparent on Tuesday, July 2, 2002, when the 20th World Congress of Dermatology in Paris, France came to the conclusion that the peptide solution made skin that was 1.3 times thicker than skin treated with any other substance.

The origin of how the effectiveness of the cream was discovered is a unique story unto itself. When Klein-Becker, who exclusively distributes the cream, gave samples to employees and customers, they mistakenly thought the 'topical cream' was meant for the face and not for stretch marks. When feedback included claims of disappearing crow's feet and tighter facial skin, Klein-Becker knew it has more than just a reducer of stretch marks.

Do Your Own Strivectin Research vs. Other Skin Beauty Products

Your skin is valuable to you, and reflects upon your health and well-being to other people. You would never want to purchase something that could potentially damage this skin. This is why it is essential that you perform some of your own education regarding how effective Strivectin is.

There are a few drawbacks to using the cream, especially if you have hopes for a complete removal of skin wrinkles and marks. Strivectin-SD can not completely remove marks and wrinkles, and must be applied to the face or body every day for at least four to six weeks. However, it is cheaper than surgery in the long run and is incredibly easy to use.


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