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Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy reduces the appearance of stretch marks with a ground-breaking list of ingredients, including Darutoside® and Regestril®. In recent clinical studies, Skinception™ Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy reduced the appearance of stretch marks by 72.5% in just two months!
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy fades, and even erases stretch marks on the stomach, breasts, upper arms, thighs and buttocks.
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy: Potent and Nourishing
Got stretch marks? You’re not alone. Between seventy-five and ninety per cent of women develop stretch marks during pregnancy. The problem is, they stick around. Stretch marks are a reminder that your body’s done some life-changing things, and it wears them proudly.
That’s not to say you should be ashamed. After all, some of the most monumental events in life cause stretch marks. Pregnancy, adolescence, and weight fluctuations (including weight loss) are all milestones. But when the clothes come off, they’re milestones you could do without.
What causes stretch marks? A combination of things, but the events we’ve just described can all trigger hormones called glucocorticoids that suppress the body’s ability to produce elastin and collagen. That’s not good, because it’s these two proteins that provide tight, healthy and vibrant skin. Without sufficient collagen and elastin production, the layers of skin separate and cause the grooved and discolored appearance of stretch marks.
The good news is that stretch marks are preventable. We’ve formulated Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy with the latest in skin care ingredients. They’re chosen because they work, and they work well. Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of stretch marks by up to 72.5%…in just two months!
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is potent, yet nourishing. Effective, but gentle. Let’s look under the hood and see some of the ingredients that make it so:
Regestril® – one of the leading ingredients in Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy, Regestril® makes stretch marks disappear. In a recent clinical survey of 13 women with post-pregnancy stretch marks, volunteers applied a 2% concentration of Regestril® to affected areas for two months. At the end of the study, color, indentation and width of the stretch marks improved by 20%, and the women reported a 70% reduction in depth of scarring.
Darutoside® – a stimulator of collagen growth, Darutoside® helps wounds heal, encourages tissue renewal and skin elasticity. Darutoside® stimulates cellular matrix regeneration, meaning the protein structures in the skin become durable and can stretch without tearing � which goes a long way to preventing stretch marks! Darutoside® is also an anti-inflammatory.
Pro-Sveltyl® – originally developed for its anti-cellulite properties, ProSveltyl® is made from an extract of the sacred lotus flower Nelumbo Nucifera. ProSveltyl® stimulates collagen synthesis and helps to repair damaged skin. ProSveltyl® makes skin smooth, soothing irregularities and encouraging the strong dermal matrix required for taut, healthy skin.
Pro-Coll-One+® – a relative new-comer to the skin-care industry, Pro-Coll-One+® stimulates collagen I (the body’s most common form of collagen) in healthy human fiberblasts by an astounding 1,190%! In a 56 day clinical survey, participants applied a 2% concentration of Pro-Coll-One+® twice daily. Pro-Coll-One+® reduced skin roughness by almost 10%, and 78% of study participants reported a noticeable improvement in texture of skin.
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy reduces and erases those embarrassing stretch marks with the latest in skin care technology. Gentle and nourishing, yet potent and very effective, Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy makes skin smooth, even, and best of all, without stretch marks! Don’t go another day with those unsightly reminders of where you’ve been. Embrace the future, with sexy, vibrant skin for the world to see.
The Secret to Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy
Collagen. There, we said it. The secret to Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is lots of collagen.
By itself, collagen doesn’t seem important. But to those who bear the angry striations of stretch marks, it’s nothing short of a miracle. And considering that up to 90% of women develop stretch marks from pregnancy, and wear stretch marks as a biological marker of where they’ve been, Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy will be your new best friend when the clothes come off.
But it’s not just pregnancy that causes stretch marks. Nor are they exclusive to women. What are stretch marks? Let’s get to that.
About Stretch Marks
Striae, or stretch marks, are thin white scarring that appear in striped formations where the skin has been stretched. Think of them as scars that form from the inside-out within areas where skin is particularly susceptible to tearing. These areas include:
And while there’s truth to the myth that stretch marks occur when skin has been stretched to its breaking point, there’s more going on than you may have realized.
The Role of Collagen
Collagen is the protein that provides rigidity to the connective tissues within the skin. Collagen is plentiful when we’re young, which explains why our skin is plump and without wrinkles. Unfortunately we lose collagen with age, and hence the sagging skin of our senior years.
Well, as it turns out, it’s not just father time that depletes collagen. Some life events, including adolescence, weight gains, weightlifting and, yes, pregnancy, stimulate the body to increase production of a hormone called glucocorticoids. And this hormone prevents the collagen fibroblasts required for the skin to repair itself when traumatized.
Without sufficient collagen, your skin is impaired. The skin separates within its deeper layers, and voila! – stretch marks.
So THAT’s why we need collagen!
Hope For People With Stretch Marks
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is scientifically formulated with the latest in dermal technology to erase those embarrassing stretch marks. And there’s an ingredient within its formulation that makes it stand out. That ingredient? Regestril™.
In a recent clinical study of 13 women with post-pregnancy stretch marks, study participants applied a two per cent concentration of Regestril™ on the affected areas for two months. And while the researchers knew they were on to something with Regestril™, even they were amazed by the results. A 72.5% improvement in depth of stretch marks. In two months.
Bear in mind that the only way to supplement collagen is with synthetic injections. Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy doesn’t contain collagen, rather, it stimulates the body to produce collagen naturally, and as the results show, very successfully.
An Ounce of Prevention…
You’ve heard it said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Now ask any women who’s given birth if they’re comfortable with their stretch marks in bathing suit season, when people doff their clothes and head to the beach. Or the bedroom. With all eyes on you, stretch marks are visible. And let’s be honest, stretch marks ain’t sexy.
Our point? You can prevent stretch marks from forming in the first place! Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is formulated to nurture the skin and guard against, yup, future stretch marks. And with the Mom-To-Be package, you’ve got a nine-month supply of the best stretch mark cream on the market today and an insurance policy for your beauty and confidence.
Don’t fear bathing suit season or other activities in which clothing is optional. Try Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy and keep your skin young and sexy and, yes, stretch mark-free!
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is Paraben-Free!
The skin care industry has a secret. Actually, it has many secrets. Among them, the rampant use of parabens, which are chemical preservatives that might cause breast cancer.
That doesn’t bode well for women with stretch marks, who can attest that those angry, uneven reminders of pregnancy and other biological milestones are less-than-flattering when the clothes come off, be it on the beach or in the bedroom.
Ok, so parabens are common in skin care products, but I’ve got stretch marks. Does this mean I should skip stretch mark creams and spend the rest of my life with these unsightly scars?
Not at all. Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is a splendid balance of patented peptides with proven botanicals that stimulate collagen and elastin production and nurture the cellular matrix back to smooth, supple skin, with a reduction in stretch marks and an increase in youthfulness.
Oh yeah, and it’s free of parabens.
Why You Should Avoid Parabens
Parabens might cause breast cancer. As of yet, there’s no proven link that they do. But there is compelling evidence to suggest that women who use products with parabens are at an elevated risk for this common killer of women, with at least two recent studies suggesting further investigation between products with parabens and development of breast cancer.
One study, published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology, found that parabens mimic the role of estrogen, which is known to play a role in development of breast cancer, and that use of antiperspirants with parabens might be responsible for growth of tumors in the breasts. The study also suggests this might explain why up to 60% of breast tumors develop near the under-arms.
The second study, performed in 2004 at Northwestern University, builds on these findings and suggests that use of deodorants and paraben products might explain why younger women are now being diagnosed with breast cancer. The earlier one is exposed to parabens, the earlier breast cancer might hit.
Does this mean for sure that parabens cause breast cancer? No, it does not. But as the studies suggest, there is no evidence that long-term use of parabens is safe, either. And combine the possible link between parabens and breast cancer with the fact that parabens can cause redness and allergic reactions in patients with sensitive skin and, well, you’d do well to skip parabens.
Why You Should Try Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy
Relax. Absence of parabens doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice results for peace of mind. Parabens are just preservatives – they’re not the active ingredients that produce the sexy young skin that you so desire.
Lack of parabens in stretch mark products doesn’t mean you’ll wear more stretch marks either. At least, not if you use Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy. How’s this? In a recent clinical study, of 13 women with post pregnancy stretch marks, Regestril®, a patented peptide, reduced the appearance of stretch marks by 72.5%.
In another study, Darutoside® reduced the length of stretch marks by 52%. Scar indentation reduced by 55%, and skin was smoothened, with faded scarring and more eye- pleasing skin tone.
What will you find in Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy? Regestril® and Darutoside®. What won’t you find? Parabens!
And while Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy packs patented peptides in its formulation, you’ll also find plenty of botanicals to nurture the skin, with beta glucan, soybean fiber and rutin, among others, to soothe skin where it’s angry. To protect, and not to aggravate.
Potent, yet gentle. Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy fades stretch marks, for sexy, young-looking skin. With nary a paraben in sight.
How to Manage Those Ugly Stretch Marks
Oh those stretch marks. They’re big, they’re ugly, and they really stand out. I hate to break it to you, but if you’re a woman, and you plan to reproduce, or you already have, chances are you’re prone to stretch marks. There’s no getting around that one.
If that stings, take a deep breath and know you’ve got company. Estimates suggest that 90% of women who’ve given birth develop those telling hints of age. Of course, that’s little consolation when the clothes come off, so if you’ve stretch marks, and they hurt your confidence, there’s good news. Keep reading!
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy fades stretch marks with a potent, yet gentle formula. Consisting of natural ingredients and patented peptides, it’s clinically proven to reduce stretch marks by up to 72.5% in just two months. And with that, it restores confidence to women who struggle with the ugliness of stretch marks.
How Stretch Marks Form
Stretch marks, or striae, develop when the skin is scarred from the inside-out.
Some life events, including pregnancy, growth spurts, surgery, and even weight-lifting cause the body to increase production of the glucocorticoidhormone. That’s not a good thing, because this hormone inhibits the collagen fibroblasts required for taut, healthy skin.
Without sufficient collagen or elastin, skin becomes stressed (there is, after all, some stretching involved with pregnancy!). Layers of skin separate, causing the angry red or brown signs that, yep, stretch marks have formed. Eventually the traumatized skin loses pigment, taking on a silver or white color. And guess what? Stretch marks.
An Ounce of Prevention…
Stretch marks are genetic. If you’re a woman, and your mother had stretch marks, put fifty bucks on it that you’ll have them too. Therefore, it’s all the more important to get stretch marks when they first appear.
If you’re a teenage girl, moisturize. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. Did you get that? Good, because it’s during the teen-age years and in young adulthood that stretch marks are most likely to form. And if you’re a teen-age mom, you really want to moisturize!
Use a moisturizer on your hips, stomach, breasts and buttocks. Better yet, use Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy, as it’s formulated with Regestril and ProCollOne, both of which are excellent for collagen production and can reduce the chances that stretch marks will form. Use three to four times a day as a teen-ager.
Of course, if you’re reading this article, chances are you’re past your teen age years and you’ve already got those nasty stretch marks on your sexy parts. Well, no reason to stress…
Minimize Existing Stretch Marks
If you have stretch marks and they’re already set, it’s important to live well for healthy skin. That means lots of water. Remember, beautiful skin needs to stay hydrated. Limit caffeine intake. That can be hard at six in the morning, when you really need that daily espresso, so if you’re a caffeine-lover, as most of us are, be sure to drink more water than caffeinated drinks.
Also, eat well. Beautiful skin likes foods rich in zinc, protein, vitamins A and C. Avoid processed foods and those rich in sugar. Load up on carrots, nuts, citrus fruits, fish and eggs.
And as an aside, research links carrots to increased levels of beta-carotene, which produces a tanned, yellow hue to skin that, in a recent British survey, participants said made people more attractive. In other words, eat carrots to be good-looking. Cool huh?
Finally, if you’re eating well, you’re drinking water, you’re active and you’re serious about your beauty, it’s time to get medieval on your stretch marks. Do that with Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy.
In a recent clinical study, of 13 women with post-pregnancy stretch marks, participants applied a two per cent concentration of Regestril on their affected areas for two months. The results? A 72.5% improvement in the depth of stretch marks. And width was reduced by 21%.
In another study, ProCollOne, stimulated collagen production by 1,190%. And Darutoside reduced length of stretch marks by 52%.
Why should you care about these patented peptides and what they can do? Because they’re all part of Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy and its award-winning formula that fades stretch marks and makes skin sexy. And with that, you feel good again. Your sex appeal soars. And you are beautiful!
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