Strivectin may be the answer. Many researchers believe less invasive cosmetic alternatives are more effective than Botox. That’s because ‘cosmeceutical’ creams and gels offer gradual, continual results, while the effects of Botox and facial peels begin to wear off the very next day; you’ll never look better than you do immediately after treatment.
Strivectin is one of the better, if not the best, Botox alternatives available for purchase.
In a remarkable turn of events, arguably one of the strangest, in the history of cosmetics, people across the country are putting a stretch-mark reducing emulsion called StriVectin-SD™ on their face to get rid of fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet. And, if consumer sales are any indication of a product’s effectiveness, StriVectin-SD is nothing short of a miracle.
Women (as well as a growing number of “Boomer” men) are buying so much that finding a tube at your local cosmetic counter has become just about impossible. Has everyone gone mad? Well; not really. StriVectin SD: The Most Effective Stretch Mark Repair Compound Ever Developed!
StriVectin-SD Botox Alternative
Daniel B. Mowrey, Klein-Becker’s Director of Scientific Affairs, says, “Clearly, people were seeing results, but we didn’t have a scientific explanation as to why this wrinkle-reduction was occurring. However, based on the incredibly positive reports, I started using it myself –– applying StriVectin to my face after shaving.” Dr. Mowrey adds, “On a personal note, my wife tells me I haven’t looked this good in years
Then, on Tuesday, July 2, 2002, at a meeting of the 20th World Congress of Dermatology in Paris, France, a series of studies detailing the superior wrinkle-reducing properties of a patented oligopeptide (called Pal-KTTKS) versus retinol, vitamin C, and placebo, on “photo-aged skin” was presented.1,2 “As luck would have it,” Dr. Mowrey states, “the wrinkle-reducing oligopeptide tested in the breakthrough clinical trials turned out to be a key active ingredient in the StriVectin cream.”
In the trials, subjects applied the patented peptide solution to the crows’ feet area on one side of the face, and a cream containing either retinol, vitamin C, or a placebo to the other side.Subjects in the Pal-KTTKS/retinol study applied the cream once a day for 2 months and then twice a day for the next 2 months. Using special image analysis, the study’s authors reported “significant improvement” in wrinkle depth, length, wrinkle volume, and skin roughness for those women using the peptide solution.
Better yet, at the 2-month halfway point, the peptide solution thickened skin nearly 1.5 times faster than retinol, and without the inflammation retinol often causes in sensitive skin. As was expected, the results of the remaining studies confirmed that the Pal-KTTKS solution’s effectiveness at reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles far exceeded both vitamin C and placebo.
A smoother, younger complexion, less irritation, fewer wrinkles, and faster results –– all without expensive (and painful) peels, implants or injections.