Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy is Paraben-Free!
The skin care industry has a secret. Actually, it has many secrets. Among them, the
rampant use of parabens, which are chemical preservatives that might cause breast cancer.
That doesn’t bode well for women with stretch marks, who can attest that those angry,
uneven reminders of pregnancy and other biological milestones are less-than-flattering when
the clothes come off, be it on the beach or in the bedroom.
Ok, so parabens are common in skin care products, but I’ve got stretch marks. Does this
mean I should skip stretch mark creams and spend the rest of my life with these unsightly
peptides with proven botanicals that stimulate collagen and elastin production and nurture
the cellular matrix back to smooth, supple skin, with a reduction in stretch marks and an
increase in youthfulness.
Oh yeah, and it’s free of parabens.
Why You Should Avoid Parabens
Parabens might cause breast cancer. As of yet, there’s no proven link that they do. But
there is compelling evidence to suggest that women who use products with parabens are at an
elevated risk for this common killer of women, with at least two recent studies suggesting
further investigation between products with parabens and development of breast cancer.
One study, published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology, found that parabens
mimic the role of estrogen, which is known to play a role in development of breast cancer,
and that use of antiperspirants with parabens might be responsible for growth of tumors in
the breasts. The study also suggests this might explain why up to 60% of breast tumors
develop near the under-arms.
The second study, performed in 2004 at Northwestern University, builds on these findings
and suggests that use of deodorants and paraben products might explain why younger women are
now being diagnosed with breast cancer. The earlier one is exposed to parabens, the earlier
breast cancer might hit.
Does this mean for sure that parabens cause breast cancer? No, it does not. But as the
studies suggest, there is no evidence that long-term use of parabens is safe, either. And
to skip parabens.
Why You Should Try Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark
Relax. Absence of parabens doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice results for peace of mind.
Parabens are just preservatives – they’re not the active ingredients that produce the sexy
young skin that you so desire.
Lack of parabens in stretch mark products doesn’t mean you’ll wear more stretch marks
either. At least, not if you use Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy. How’s this? In a recent
clinical study, of 13 women with post pregnancy stretch marks, Regestril®, a patented
peptide, reduced the appearance of stretch marks by 72.5%.
In another study, Darutoside® reduced the length of stretch marks by 52%. Scar
indentation reduced by 55%, and skin was smoothened, with faded scarring and more eye-
pleasing skin tone.
What will you find in Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy? Regestril® and Darutoside®.
What won’t you find? Parabens!
And while Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy packs patented peptides in its
formulation, you’ll also find plenty of botanicals to nurture the skin, with beta glucan,
soybean fiber and rutin, among others, to soothe skin where it’s angry. To protect, and not
Potent, yet gentle. Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy fades stretch marks, for