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StriVectin Targets Both Wrinkles and Stretch Marks

May 13, 2014

Bestselling product receives a makeover.

Want your youth collagen back? Introducing the latest advancement in skin care—an improved formulation of StriVectin’s cult classic, best-selling product with new breakthrough technology— StriVectin SD Advanced Intensive Concentrate for Wrinkles & Stretch Marks ($79-$139). The revamped formula includes a potent combination of anti-aging technologies that yield visible skin transforming results starting in just 15 days. 

Containing StriVectin’s proprietary NIA-114 and a new Collagex-CE Wrinkle Repair Complex, these cutting-edge actives penetrate the deepest layers of the skin, specifically targeting both Collagen types I and III. Type III, also known as “Youth Collagen”, was recently found to play a crucial role in skin regeneration and is the key to youthful looking skin.

More info: StriVectin.com
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