It is estimated that 70% of teenage girls have stretch marks, as well as between 50% and 90% of women during or after pregnancy.
STRIOVER™ is a blend of two plants: Astragalus membranaceus and Codonopsis pilosula commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to improve the “Qi,” the vital flow of energy.
For the in vitro tests, we created for the first time, a 3D reconstructed skin with fibroblasts from stretch marks to mimic as much as possible the real skin. Results confirmed the fibroblasts awakening effect of the active.
Furthermore, Striover™ shows in vivo improvement results after only 28 days even in white stretch marks, whatever their origin, using a PRP-like mechanism, or platelet-rich plasma, that contains growth factors that stimulate cell activity. We measured a reduction in stretch mark perimeter, area, redness and roughness.
It also improves firmness, elasticity and global skin condition.
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