Stretch Mark Creme
Stretch Mark Creme by Age Advantage Laboratories
is an uncommon composition, which penetrates the skin to repair scar tissue damage that starts internally, while simultaneously stimulating new skin cell growth. Age Advantage Laboratories' Stretch Mark Cream has high concentrations of Emu Oil, Collagen, Elastin, nourishing vitamins and proteins, along with Glycolic Acid put Stretch Mark Creme in its own category. It is effective on existing stretch marks and is safe to use during pregnancy to help prevent stretch marks from occurring.
Apply twice daily to improve coloration and skin texture of areas damaged by stretch marks. It can also be used to prevent stretch marks from occurring.
Using twice daily you should see an improvement of coloration and texture within 4 weeks and a marked improvement within 12 weeks.
Aloe Vera Gel, Emu Oil, Collagen, Elastin, Acetate (Vitamin E), Panthenol, Glycerin, Allantoin, Vitamin K1, Lecethin, Glycolic Acid, Squalane, Squalene, Hydrogenated Castor Oil
About Age Advantage Laboratories
Age Advantage Laboratories has done extensive research on anti-aging, skin care and skin repair. As a result, they have created and developed a revolutionary line of anti-aging and skin care products that produce results and really work ... Guaranteed! Age Advantage Laboratories is committed to providing education on their products - what they are used for, how to use them, why they work and why they are the best! They also hope that you will use their information to learn about ingredients and become an informed customer. They invite and encourage you to compare their ingredients, try their products and experience the "age advantage." you will find that age advantage’s products are unique.
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