Stretch marks are small tears in the skin that commonly appear on and around the buttocks, thighs, belly and breasts. Stretch marks happen when the body grows too rapidly for the upper layer of the skin to keep up — so, consequently, it tears. And while stretch marks are harmless and painless, they can cause one to be self conscious.
Sometimes stretch marks are flesh colored. Other times stretch marks might appear red, purple or even silver. The good news? You don’t have to live with unsightly stretch marks.
TriLastin-HT Hydro Thermal Accelerator is the first step in treating your stretch marks. It’s a self-warming, vitamin-rich skin prep serum that maximizes the effectiveness of TriLASTIN-SR Maximum Strength Stretch Mark Cream. It does this by first opening up the skin’s pores, allowing for maximum absorption of the SR Stretch Mark Cream that follows. It’s a very important step in treating stretch marks and seeing visible results in as little as three to four weeks.
The serious treatment comes when TriLASTIN-SR Maximum Strength Stretch Mark Cream is applied after the Hydro Thermal Accelerator. It features a Sequenced Diffusion Delivery System that continues to work and release key ingredients to the skin over an extended period of time.
While delivering key ingredients, it also maintains hydration, one of the most important factors in treating stretch marks. It encourages the regeneration of collagen and elastin, the two compounds in the skin that are lost or damaged when the skin is stressed to the point where it tears and creates stretch marks. Collagen and elastin are responsible for maintaining strong, resilient skin and helps keep skin from stretching, wrinkling or tearing.
The key when using TriLASTIN-SR Maximum Strength Stretch Mark Cream is to use it every single day, consistently for 90 days. Consistent use will deliver visible results, sometimes in as little as three weeks.
And it doesn’t matter how old your stretch marks are or what color they are. TriLASTIN-SR works on all skin types and all types of stretch marks.