What's the real scoop about using this product as a super-duper effective wrinkle treatment?
There have been more and more independent clinical trials and information that supports the manufacturer claims that Strivectin is revolutionizing the treatment of fine lines and wrinkles as well as other symptoms of aging skin.
Actually. . .
Who doesn't want younger looking skin quickly and easily? This product may be a very important treatment in your rejuvenation regimen. But remember. . .
There isn't any single facial rejuvenation product that can miraculously eliminate wrinkles or create a youthful look instantaneously.
It takes TIME to achieve young looking skin!
The active anti-aging ingredients in StriVectin-SD are:
NIA-114 molecule, Peptides, Aloe Vera, Resveratrol, Hyaluronic Acid, Glycerin, Shea Butter, Laureth-7, Green Bean extract, Ginger Root extract
There certainly is ample evidence and a loyal following of consumers to support claims about StriVectin's profound rejuvenating effects.
Clinical studies have suggested that StriVectin's patented molecule, NIA-114, (a form of niacin), helps to protect the skin from sun damage. Other forms of the niacin molecule are studied as a potential effective additive cancer treatments.
In this company's new anti-aging treatments, the NIA-114 molecule is combined with other proven rejuvenating active rejuvenating ingredients like Collagex-CE, (a complex of collagen), Hyaluronic Acid for hydration, Aloe Vera for its' moisturizing properties, and Shea Butter as a highly effective emollient to offer a very sophisticated and complex treatment that addresses a wide range of aging skin symptoms in just one formulation.
Since people began discovering that Strivectin's original formulation for stretch marks had the happy side effect as being a beneficial treatment for the symptoms of aging skin, the Strivectin company began focusing their research and clinical formulations for a skin rejuvenation product line that specifically addresses a range of aging skin concerns. Quite effectively too, as clinical studies indicate.