Stretch marks can appear just about anywhere from the stomach, the thighs, the breasts, the buttocks.
Stretch marks are almost a taboo of the body that no one really wants to talk about but are concerned about.
Today we review Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy, that markets itself as a stretch mark cream that offers the solution to this common problem.
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy promotes the fading of stretch marks and is said to act as a stimulating natural producer of collagen and elastin.
Learn more about this product from our review below.
- Regestril (an active ingredient said to reduce the depth of stretch marks by up to 72.5%).
- Darutoside (an active ingredient said to reduce the length of stretch marks by up to 52% after just 4 weeks.
- Pro-Sveltyl (which contains a substantial quantity of a protein-repair enzyme called Lisoaspartyl methyltransferase, known to reduce the appearance of skin surface irregularities as well as tighten and hydrate the skin.
Even though this is an impressive ingredient base by the apparent clinical studies done by this company, seeing as we could not find the main body of ingredients on Skinception’s main website or Amazon, we do not know what else the cream contains.
This gives us a few concerns as to whether or not the cream is more natural than chemical. We found their website to be a bit noisy and when looking for the ingredients could not find anything.
We have reviewed stretch mark creams marketed similarly that do happen to offer a full ingredient list and so can only presume are more natural.
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy does not offer any directions on how to use the cream but they do say they designed the cream to smooth deep furrows and striations, restore resiliency to the skin, produce a more natural and vibrant complexion and help fade away purple and red discoloration.
- 9 Month Package – $399.95 (includes a 10th free jar and a jar of Kollagen Intensiv (another product in their line – as per their website)
- 6 Month Supply – $289.95 (includes a free jar of Kollagen Intensiv (another product in their line – as per their website)
- 3 Month Supply – $154.95 (includes a free jar of Kollagen Intensiv (another product in their line – as per their website)
- 1 Month Supply – $69.95
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy states that one jar is supposed to last around 30-60 days depending on the ratio of the area covered.
On Amazon, one jar costs $75.94 plus free shipping. It seems to be better, in this case, to order as per their website.
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy makes the bold claim that you will love your stretch mark free body.
So much so, that they offer a generous 90 day NO RISK money-back guarantee. They proclaim that if you are not happy with the results then you can return the product during that time, get your money back minus shipping and handling.
We do find this to be a good incentive but we find not knowing what is exactly in the cream to be a little off-putting (even for a 90-day money back guarantee).
Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy Review – Conclusion
After much review, we can say that as per their website, their products are manufactured in a cGMP compliant facility in the United States and that each product has been tested in an FDA-approved public laboratory.
We have found other brands are certified in the same way but also go one step further and are third-party tested.
We found a plethora of positive and negative reviews for this product. From what we can tell, there is a general consensus that the product is effective but not necessarily in the time frame stated.
They also provide a customer service inquiry form for you to fill out. We find this to be a very thorough customer service, although not tried and tested and they do not offer 24/7 inquiry lines.
From what we can gather, we feel that this product is a good product, although as per the compared reviews on Amazon, we are not 100% convinced it can magically make those stretch marks disappear the way they claim. Some say it’s a miracle cream and some say it had absolutely no effect whatsoever.
Again, due to not knowing what is exactly inside the product, that causes us to have a few concerns, especially as this product is marketed for pregnant women. Without a full description of their ingredient list, we cannot be 100% confident in this product as they suggest we should be.