Reduce the appearance of stretch marks on your skin in just a few weeks!
As part of the Revitol product line, it has been developed a revolutionary new cream to be used as a preventative treatment for stretch marks before, during and after pregnancy.
Stretch Mark Prevention cream will also help you reduce the appearance of existing stretch marks on your skin. Many studies have shown that the presence of grooves in the skin of a woman is the biggest source of insecurity. During pregnancy, women experience a high risk of getting stretch marks mostly in the area of the abdomen.
Stretch marks form when the inner layers of skin grow faster than the outer layers of the skin, causing small tears in the epidermal surface. Scar tissue then grows in these areas thus forming stretch marks. While some women start to develop stretch marks from puberty, those are mostly developed during pregnancy.
Because stretch marks are just scars, it is much more effective to prevent their occurrence. Due to the combination of high quality ingredients of Stretch Mark Prevention cream, it is capable of increasing skin elasticity and stimulates the production of new cells. Additionally Stretch Mark Prevention cream helps reducing the presence of existing stretch marks.
10% Squalene Oil
(Olea europeae isolates) Squalene oil is naturally derived from olive oil isolates. It has very strong regenerative properties when used on skin as it is very similar to human sebum (natural skin oils) .
So when applied it acts much like a natural protector and stimulates regeneration of the skin surface. These properties make this ingredient essential to help reduce the appearance of scars: especially stretch marks. It is also a potent antioxidant and protects your skin from environmental damage while keeping it soft and healthy. Squalene oil is often derived from shark cartilage but it can also be pressed from olives, palm oil and other vegetable fats. Our squalene oil is from non-animal origins.
The squalene oil in our Stretch Mark Prevention cream is enriched with vitamin E, also a powerful antioxidant and essential ingredient for skin regeneration. It can be derived from a variety of plants and nuts like almonds, kiwi fruits, and mangos. Vitamin E is available in a variety of different forms, such as alpha, beta, delta, and gamma tocopherol. The variety with the highest bioactivity for topical use on the skin surface is alpha-tocopherol. The effect of vitamin E on stretch marks is thanks to its regenerative effect on skin. Vitamin E penetrates deeply into the skin to stimulate the growth of new cells, helping to reduce the appearance of stretch marks. As such, the stretch marks become thinner, shorter and fade over treatments. As vitamin E stimulates the production of new skin cells, it increases skin elasticity and firmness and helps in the regeneration process helping to reduce the likelyhood of stretch marks in the first instance.
Vitamin A Palmitate
Vitamin A is an essential vitamin and is best known for having positive effects on vision. However Vitamin A is just as much important to the largest organ; the skin. Vitamin A may help improve the appearance of striae (stretch marks) and regulate epidermal (skin) cell growth.
Vitamin D3 is necessary for new skin cell production and complements the function of vitamins A and E in the regeneration process of the epidermis. Normally vitamin D3 is produced in the upper skin layers upon exposure to sunlight. However, with our modern live styles it is difficult to produce the amount of vitamin D needed. When applied topically in high concentrations vitamin D3 also shows beneficial effects on cellular processes. This helps to increase the cellular activity around stretch marks and to rejuvenate skin.