I’m Trying It Out… I’m a StriVectin Insider

Growing up, I always believed that wrinkles tell the story of your life. They define who you are. They make you… well, you. It’s proof you’ve lived.

Then I spotted some on my face near my eyes. And truth be told, I discovered after having my 4th little guy, that I have these things called… ugh… stretch marks.

Well… StriVectin has some NEW products and I’m very excited to be part of this effort in trying them out. After all, I’m anxious to see what can be done to help me fight aging skin. It’s cool because StriVectin brought together a group of bloggers called the “StriVectin Insiders” to try out the new products and give honest feedback. What I love even more about being part of this group is that they didn’t try to “sell” us on the products; they explained to us what’s in the products via a webinar, but they truly wanted us to form our own opinions and thoughts and honestly report back if the products seem to be working.

These are the products I was sent:


1. StriVectin-SD Intensive Concentrate for Stretch Marks & Wrinkles
2. StriVectin-SD Instant Retexturizing Scrub
3. StriVectin-SD Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles

This is my wrinkle-fighting program! This will help to fight wrinkles, lines, stretch marks, dullness and uneven tone. I’m kind of liking all these promises!

StriVectin-SD Intensive Concentrate for Stretch Marks & Wrinkles is cream turned anti-wrinkle phenomenon, now formulated with our proprietary complex of 8% (NIA-114+ Peptide) Actives to improve the appearance of wrinkles and stretchmarks in just 2-8 weeks.

This is what should be happening as the weeks progress with using this product –

What makes this product NEW? Well, StriVectin powered up the original StriVectin-SD® with 4x more powerful peptides (collagen producers) and re-engineered the formula with their patented NIA-114™ technology. Discovered in skin cancer research, to help rebuild skin layers, NIA-114™ results are documented in multiple global patents and years of clinical studies.

StriVectin-SD Instant Retexturizing Scrub is a exfoliating scrub that cleanses and instantly retexturizes skin. I’ve already used this and I can personally tell a difference immediately, so I’m anxious to see this more and more as the weeks go on. It removes surface impurities and dry skin cells to promote greater luminosity, smoothing of rough areas and improvements in skin texture and tone.

StriVectin-SD Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles improves the appearance of fine lines and crow’s feet in just 2-8 weeks. This is what I need BADLY! What’s so amazing about the new product? They powered up the original StriVectin-SD® Eye with more efficacious peptides, brighteners and soft focus light diffusers. And they re-engineered the formula with the patented NIA-114™ technology, discovered in skin cancer research, to accelerate the rebuilding of skin layers.

So I’m up for this challenge. I’m excited to see the results and how these products will work on me. What I love is that StriVectin started with a goal… they want to create the most effective age-fighting products ever. So… we’ll see.

*I was given products to try for these postings.

I’m Trying It Out… I’m a StriVectin Insider was last modified: July 24th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland
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  1. I am very curious to see how you like StriVectin. My mom is 62 and swears by this product. You should see her skin, I am telling you it is amazing and looks better than mine.

    She gave me eye cream which I love and have been using for a few months and the concentrate for stretch marks (have not used). I really like the eye cream because it works well with mascara, concealer, etc. I think I will start using the concentrate. I seem to be in denial that stretch marks exist!

    I don’t have any friends who are using it so I am looking forward to hearing about your results. Might convince me to change over to StriVectin after my current items run out.

    Good luck!!
    Alison
    http://www.sassymomsinthecity.com/

I’m Trying It Out… I’m a StriVectin Insider was last modified: July 24th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland