Key Ingredients in Rejuvaskin Stretch Mark Cream

Approximately 50% to 90% of pregnant women are affected by Striae Gravidarum (stretch marks). The extent of the development of stretch marks rely on many different factors including a person’s skin type and genetic history. Discover the high-end blend of ingredients in Rejuvaskin’s Stretch Mark Cream and how your patient’s can try this product at no cost.

Palmitoyl Hexapeptide-12

A significant ingredient you’ll find in Rejuvaskin’s Stretch Mark Cream is Palmitoyl Hexapeptide-12, a skin conditioning agent that stimulates collagen and elastin fibroblasts. Found in many anti-aging products used to combat wrinkles, it is substantial for aid in loss of skin firmness and elasticity. It works by decreasing the production levels of interleukin-6 (IL-6), a molecule that promotes inflammation and faster deterioration of the skin.

Ceramide- 2

Ceramides are a natural substance that make up at least 50% of the lipids in our skin. When the skin’s barrier is compromised, the levels of ceramides are reduced and patterns are disrupted. In skincare, ceramides help restore the skin’s barrier, preserve the skin's youth by locking in moisture and prevent the breakdown of collagen.

Hydrating Ingredients

Cocoa butter, shea butter, and aloe all help keep the skin hydrated. These ingredients provide immediate relief for dry itchy skin. They also aid in skin conditioning and regeneration. 

Motherhood comes with immense perks, but some permanent markings left on our bodies may be discouraging. Rejuvaskin’s Stretch Mark Cream provides a noninvasive way to reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Our unique blend of quality ingredients help avoid the development and diminish the appearance of unwanted stretch marks. 

Try our free sampling program to provide samples of Rejuvaskin’s Stretch Mark Cream to your patients at no cost! These materials are an excellent bonus to provide in your new patient packets and even include a coupon code for their online purchase!

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