Clinically proven ingredients make stretch marks history
We know stretch marks are our badges of honour but in case they feel like a thorn in your side, we made what we believe is the best stretch mark minimising product. Our radically effective ingredients are clinically proven to reduce the appearance of stretch marks by over 70%. So, whether your stretch marks are new or old; whether they came from pregnancy, teenage growth, weight gain, weight lifting (!) or cosmetic surgery, you will see a difference. And, very importantly, this is safe to use during pregnancy.
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Goodbye Stretch Marks has three main effects on the skin. 1.Reduces Pigmentation
Embilica is a powerful but safe fruit extract and one of the key medicinal plants in ayurvedic medicine. It is a clinically proven to be a highly effective skin lightener, reducing the discolouration of blemishes such as age spots and stretch marks. It is also rich in anti-oxidants to help fight the free radicals that age your skin. Embilica evens out your natural skin tone - whatever your skin type or colour.
2.Surface Cell Regeneration
Algisium C is AMAZING - it smoothes the surface of your skin, helping reduce the appearance of stretch marks. It does this by stimulating collagen production, helping regenerate new skin and improve the structure of connective tissue. This encouragement of collagen production in turn stimulates healing.
3.Deep Tissue Cell Regeneration
When skin is damaged, tiny cells called fibroblasts help to repair the damaged area by forming a new tissue. These little fibroblast cells produce new collagen - a vital component of your skin's strength and structure. Matrixyl 3000 is a protein complex that stimulates fibroblast cells encouraging them to increase production of collagen and elastin so your skin can repair itself. Matrixyl 3000 works at a very deep level, accelerating your body's own ability restore deep tissue health, minimising the appearance of stretch marks by working to repair the scar under the skins surface.