If you’ve had a child, then you know stretch marks can be a result of having done so. They aren’t pretty and neither are the scars that accompany. A possible solution to your issue is Dermarestore. I took a closer look into the Dermarestore Stretch Mark and Scar Treatment product to provide some information for you. Read this product review before making any purchasing decisions.
Dermarestore Product Overview
We develop scars on our body for various reasons. When women have a baby; the stretching of their skin from the pregnancy causes unsightly stretch mark scars that many women think they just have to deal with. There are some products on the market that can reduce and even eliminate these scars. This is one of them. Dermastore Stretch Mark and Scar Treatment is a skin care product that is said to reduce and even eliminate the look of stretch marks and scars. It is a combination of various essential oils, vitamins, minerals, nutrients and herbal extracts. It is used to treat a wide variety of skin blemishes. It contains 15 ingredients and all of them have been clinically tested. It treats scars and skin blemishes, but also rejuvenates the skin.
This product is developed by the Phoenix Rejuvenation Institute and made in a GMP certified facility. More info is available at their website phoenixrejuvenationinstitute.com.
There are quite a few ingredients in this product that are combined for optimal results. The active ingredients are: Palmitoyl oligopeptide, palmitoyl tetrapeptide, acetyl hexapeptide-8, rutin, phaseolus lutanus extract, emblica phyllanthus extract, licorice extract, hydrocotyl extract, bearberry extract, emu oil, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate,tocopheryl acetate (vitamin-e), aloe vera gel, cucumber extract, cocoa butter, shea butter, mango butter. There are more ingredients listed on the bottle, but these are the most important active ingredients.
Instructions for Use
Apply a small nickel sized amount of Dermarestore to the scarred area using a circular motion. Keep massaging it in until the cream is completely absorbed in the skin. Don’t put anything over the area for at least 2 to 3 minutes to allow it to completely absorb. Apply once in the morning and once at night until the scar clears. Do not exceed three applications in one day.
Most user reviews or this product are 5 star with a few 4 star reviews. A very small percentage of the reviews were 3 stars or below. Out of over 1,700 customer reviews on Amazon; it got a 3.7 overall score. The few negative reviews claimed that the product did not work, but not many details were given.
Where to Buy and How Much
The MSRP is $55.99. Amazon.com has DermaRestore Stretch Mark and Scar Therapy and charges $19.99 for a 4 oz bottle. Rakuten.com has it listed, but it was SOLD OUT with no price indicated. I also found it listed on Overstock.com, but it was also out of stock.