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Revamin Stretch Mark is a cosmetic cream that can completely eliminate stretch marks on the body. Fighting against duckweed is a difficult and time-consuming process. This problem occurs especially often with women during pregnancy and after childbirth. Due to the change in volume, the skin on the abdomen, thighs, chest is stretched, white stripes appear. Getting rid of them is very difficult.
How to use?
Apply the product to clean skin twice a day, morning and evening. Particular attention should be paid to the abdomen, chest and hips. If necessary, you can use the cream on other problem areas.
Thanks to its composition, Revamin Stretch Mark cream is effective against stretch marks. Its components are completely natural and safe for the body.
Ingredients: water, Polyglyceryl-4 laurate, Avocado oil, Olive oil, Apricot kernel oil, Tocopherol acetate, Phenoxyethanol, Mineral oil, Ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, Cetearyl alcohol, Glyceryl stearate, Polysorbate-85 and Acrylate / Acrylate copolymer. Aloe leaf juice, apricot kernel oil and avocado oil are the main ingredients that are very effective in fighting stretch marks. Avocado oil reduces dry skin, wounds and scars. Aloe leaf oil promotes skin regeneration and protects against damage. Apricot kernel oil helps moisturize and tone the skin.
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The effect of using this remedy is noticeable quickly. The skin becomes more elastic, hydrated and toned. Stretch marks disappear over time. The main thing is to use this remedy daily. The cumulative effect of the cream will help with stretch marks. Each ingredient in the composition has a beneficial effect on the skin. It becomes soft, its physical properties are restored.
There should be no side effects after using the cream. But each organism is individual, so you should first check its reaction to this remedy. 48 hours before using the cream, you need to apply it to a small area of the skin, if no unpleasant consequences are found, then you can safely use Revamin Stretch Mark. If irritation develops, consult a dermatologist.
Where to buy - in pharmacies?