Firms, restructures and renews the skin to help restore its shape. Indicated for skin flaccidity and decreased skin tone as a result of pregnancy, menopause, rapid weight loss, or other circumstances.
It is recommended to start using the treatment as soon as possible after childbirth to help restore shape.
Targets flaccidity and decreased tone caused by pregnancy.
Hydrolysed fibronectin, sodium pyruvate, vitamin E acetate, methylsilanol mannuronate, soluble collagen, hydrolysed elastin, extract of Centella asiatica and other cosmetic ingredients.
Apply twice daily with the help of gentle massage until completely absorbed.
Firms, restructures and renews the skin to help restore its shape.
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Reading the skin
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Prevent Stretch marks in 3 steps (daily routine)
Stretch marks appear as a result of a stretching of the skin due to an increase in body volume. They can appear in different areas and at different times in our lives. Although they can appear in men and women,...Keep reading
How to choose a good anti-stretch mark cream?
Anti-stretch mark creams are used to prevent and treat stretch marks, at times in life when the skin is going to be stretched, such as during puberty or pregnancy. The creams are moisturising, stimulate skin cells to form new tissue...Keep reading
What diseases cause stretch marks?
Stretch marks are skin lesions caused by stretching and breaking of skin fibers. In most cases, stretch marks occur in physiological processes that involve growth of the body surface, such as occur in puberty development or during pregnancy. However, some...Keep reading
Tattoos and stretch marks
Tattoos are drawings or texts that are made on the skin by injecting ink or other permanent substances. It’s a growing trend, which people come to for different reasons. Many times it is with the intention of recording a memory...Keep reading
Can stretch marks appear on the chest?
Stretch marks are scars on the skin that have been subjected to stretching in a short period of time, causing the fibres to break. Although they could actually appear anywhere on the body, the increase in weight or volume in...Keep reading
Myths of the skin
6 myths about stretch marks and their appearance
There are many myths surrounding stretch marks and their appearance. We are going to try to disprove some claims that are false. 1. Stretch marks only appear in women The characteristics of women's skin and physiological changes such as...Keep reading
ABC of the skin
How to remove stretch marks? Find out the main trick.
Stretch marks that appear on the skin are the consequence of a break in the skin fibres, due to a stretching that has occurred in a short time, compromising skin elasticity. If we are honest about "How to eliminate stretch...Keep reading
ABC of the skin
Changes in the skin and appearance of stretch marks in pregnancy
Pregnancy causes changes in the woman's skin, hair and nails, mainly due to hormonal activity, and also due to the stretching that the skin must do to allow the baby to grow. Nails and hair tend to grow faster and...Keep reading
Does breastfeeding produce stretch marks on the breasts?
Doubts about the relationship between stretch marks and breastfeeding are common. Breastfeeding is undoubtedly the best food for the baby, and women are programmed so that our physiology can produce, secrete and regulate breast milk, that serves as essential food...Keep reading
Why do women get more stretch marks than men?
The appearance of stretch marks is usually a great cause for concern from an aesthetic point of view especially among women. Stretch marks appear between approximately 27% and 35% of adolescents (between 10 and 16 years old), and are 2.5...Keep reading