Stretta is designed to work for all skin types and tones. There are no ingredients in our products that may cause bleaching, hyperpigmentation, or brown blotches. In fact, our entire skincare line is ideal for enhancing true skin tone and creating balance.
Ingredients with purpose is the simple answer. There is nothing in this formulation that wasn't placed there for any other reason than maximum effectiveness. The key ingredients used in Stretta are proven to be powerful and will dramatically reduce all signs of stretch marks. Our entire product line specializes in providing an alternative to where other mainstream brands have faltered. But best of all, they are offered rather inexpensively and discretely. All with a money-back guarantee.
Stretch marks or striae, as they are called in dermatology, are a form of scarring on the skin usually appearing like fine lines with ridges, almost like indentations sometimes. They can appear like with a silvery white hue, dark red and sometimes even blue color. They are caused by tearing of the dermis, and over time can diminish but not disappear completely. Stretch marks are generally associated with pregnancy and obesity. Stretch marks are the result of the rapid stretching of the skin associated with rapid growth (e.g. puberty) or weight gain (e.g. pregnancy), and anabolic steroid use.
Yes, older stretch marks are usually silver or white in color as compared with recent ones which are usually red. The contrast to the surrounding skin color is less on older stretch marks therefore older stretch marks respond well as they can disappear into the surrounding skin with Stretta. But the sooner you can treat the stretch mark the better it will blend into the skin.
This is a tough question because everyone has a different size area they are applying Stretta to. The larger the area the faster you are going to run through it. As a general rule when the product is used as directed it should last approximately 2 month.
DUE TO POTENCY USE ON BODY ONLY. Use after bath or shower. Wait one minute. Apply a small amount onto hand and rub into affected areas twice daily. If irritating, reduce use to once daily. Results normally appear after 6-8 weeks of consistent use. It is highly recommended that a SPF 30 or above should be used if exposing skin to sun. If persistent irritation occurs, discontinue use.