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Erase Stretch Marks with Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark TherapyIt's ironic, that some of the most defining events in human life cause stretch marks. Adolescence, child birth and growth spurts contribute to who we are, but we wear them like a neon sign that speaks of life experience in less-than-flattering ways. Stretch marks say "My body's been used." That's not a bad thing but in bathing suit season it's...well...embarrassing.
Fortunately you can erase those embarrassing stretch marks, with Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy.
Stretch marks, or striae, are thin white stripes that appear in a striped formation where the skin has been stretched. They most often occur in areas of the body that are prone to growth, including the abdomen, hips, thighs, buttocks and upper arms. You know how the upper arms tend to flaunt excess, er, "baggage" when you're waving good-bye in a short-sleeved shirt? They show more than some people would care to admit.
Stretch marks occur from the inside-out. Some events, including pregnancy, weight changes and adolescence can increase the body's production of a hormone called glucocorticoids. This hormone suppresses the collagen and elastin needed for taut, healthy skin.
The loss of these supportive structures allows the layers of skin to separate, causing the grooved, discolored appearance of stretch marks.
According to the manufacturer, Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is scientifically formulated to address two of the main causes of stretch marks, lost collagen, elastin, and reduce and even erase those debilitating stretch marks. Specifically, it's designed to:
Between 75% and 95% of women develop stretch marks during pregnancy. And yet despite the demand for a safe and effective method to reduce the appearance of stretch marks, there are precious few that actually work.
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy erases stretch marks and restores confidence in women looking to feel sexy and attractive, whether during the scantily clad days of summer, with her lover, or in those quiet moments alone when she just wants to feel beautiful.
Regestril®, an active ingredient in Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is gentle, yet extremely potent and holds immense potential for women looking for sexy, stretch mark-free skin. In a clinical study, 13 women with post-pregnancy stretch marks applied a 2% concentration of Regestril® on the affected areas for two months. At the end of the study, 70% of the women saw a measurable improvement in the appearance of stretch marks. Color, indentation and width of the stretch marks improved by 21.7%, and the depth of stretch marks improved by an impressive 72.5%.
Some women report a reduction in stretch mark appearance in as little as four weeks. But for best results, use Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy for at least 90 days. After that, view Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy as an investment in your beauty and sex appeal. Use it on a regular basis to keep skin tone taut and sexy and to prevent future stretch marks because that's what it is.
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is an investment in your beauty, appearance and self-confidence. Don't let unsightly stretch marks tell the world where you've been. With Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy, you're healthy, sexy and best of all, stretch mark-free!
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