Most women are familiar with StriVectin-SD, the still hugely popular formula for stretch marks and wrinkles. But the folks at Klein-Becker USA, have recently launched more beauty treatments to consistently remain a key player in the anti-aging skin care market around the globe. Not bad for a company quietly based in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Klein-Becker USA has created an entire arsenal of anti-aging beauty weapons. They've got you covered nicely from face to neck to decolletage to fingertips, and all those fine lines, in between.
How do the StriVectin people do it? Let's face it, their anti-aging products aren't the cheapest skin care items to buy. For instance, the StriVectin-SD formula for stretch marks and wrinkles costs $135 for a 6-oz tube. And yet, women continue to stock up on the treatment all over the world. Some try to find it for less on Ebay.
Klein Becker USA will tell you they have plenty of clinical trials to support the effectiveness of their anti-aging products, so the real science is there. In addition, StriVectin products are launched across the world by a very savvy group of public relations and marketing executives. And the rest is history.
We've seen women eager to try StriVectin Neck Cream, one of their newer skin care treatments. High-end department stores like Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sephora, and many others, are carrying this $90, 1.4 oz. jar.
Hey, who wants a turkey neck?! A combination of botanical extracts from sweet almond, soy, and rye, blended perfectly with functional ingredients derived from pine tree and yeast, can do remarkable things. Instantly tighten and tone the neck skin and decolletage. Increase skin elasticity, firmness, and balance out skin tone.
StriVectin-SD Eye Cream ($59, 1.3 fl. oz) is another favorite in this beauty arsenal, containing the patented pentapeptide that produces amazing results. Reduces crow's feet. Reduces the appearance of dark circles. Restores collagen and smoothes skin in the orbital area.
Two newer Klein Becker items include---StriVectin-WF Instant Deep Wrinkle Filler ($59, .78 oz) and StriVectin Phase 2 Topical AntiOxidant ($109, 3.4 fl.oz). Again, these latest additions are flying off store shelves.
How do you know if your anti-aging treatment is really working? How long does it take? Are you wasting money and time on StriVectin?
What if we suggested to patiently wait for your beauty treatment to work. At least a few months. That's what the professionals tell us. Beauty treatments take time to work.
Dr. German Todorov, a researcher with a lengthy background in biology and chemistry and keen interest in anti-aging science, has written an article at his website. Here is an excerpt from- What To Do If Nothing Seems To Improve Your Wrinkles:
"Another potential pitfall is a lack of patience. Skin changes do not happen rapidly. Keratinocytes, the cells of the epidermis, the skin's outer layer, are replaced about every four weeks. Changes in the dermis, the deeper layer where wrinkles originate, usually take longer. Even under the best of circumstances (i.e. proven treatment and responsive patient), changes are usually barely noticeable after one month. Most experts feel that 2-3 month is a reasonable trial period for anti-aging/anti-wrinkle products. Keep in mind that slow and gradual changes are hard to notice. Sometimes, a person may think that a product is not working even when it does. Unfortunately, objective measurements of treatment effects are hard to perform without a research lab. Some people resort to split face testing but that may be impractical over a span of 2-3 month. Another alternative is to take before and after photos. However, such photos are useful only if taken in reproducible, well-controlled lighting and camera conditions. This is doable but requires a substantial degree of diligence."(http://www.smartskincare.com/)
For more information on StriVectin skin care products, visit: http://www.strivectin.com/.