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Elastin3 – Advanced Stretch Mark Therapy:

The Stretch Cream Pregnant Women Love

Elastin3–Advanced Stretch Mark Therapy Therapy is another stretch mark cream that vies for your hard-earned dollar, and like most stretch mark creams, the promises of reduced stretch marks are there, along with stretch mark prevention.

So, does it deliver?

If we’re to go by its coverage in Pregnancy & Newborn magazine, then Elastin3 would be one of the top stretch mark creams around. But it’s not, for several reasons, not the least of which being that the results are underwhelming…

Elastin3 – Advanced Stretch Mark Therapy

Consumer Rating: 6/10 Cost: $69.95 Tube
Results: Below Average Ingredients: Below Average
Product Type: Cream Known Side Effects: None
Noticeable Results: 21-30 Days Customer Service: Average
Full Results: 90+ Days Guarantee: 60 Days

 

Elastin3 – Advanced Stretch Mark Therapy Features:

Elastin3 knows how to make headlines with stretch mark technology that looks sexy. Some of its promises include:
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  • It is the only stretch mark therapy to have AH3 amino peptide
  • It has the highest potency of Hydrolyzed Collagen, Elastin Concentrate and Complex Soy Extract available
  • Visible results are guaranteed in thirty days
  • Reduces the appearance of existing stretch marks while preventing future stretch marks
  • Smoothes and tightens your skin

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Elastin3Research has shown that Acetyl Hexapeptide (AH3) which comes from natural amino acids may reduce surface muscle contractions as well as diminish the length and depth of both wrinkles and stretch marks. AH3 is designed to stop a signal protein, known as catecholamine, from connecting to skin cells.

If you were taking notes when the good folks at Botox first offered their services you may recognize that blocking muscle contractions is the same principle used by those beloved injections. And then the claims come that there’s collagen in the product, and it goes to work while this Botox-like mechanism works such magic.

But there’s a problem with that. The only way to effectively get collagen from a foreign source is with injections, as the collagen molecules in the glorified moisturizers that make these claims are too large to penetrate the skin.

You may spend endless weeks or even months waiting for other creams to take effect. There’s a reason for that. Stretch marks run deep, through each layer of skin, therefore it takes time to reduce their appearance. While it’s true you should begin to see results in 30 days, guaranteed promises in that time are questionable.

Elastin3 makes this promise. And it promises more collagen and elastin to restore smoothness to the skin and to reduce discoloration. On top of that, further claims it can prevent stretch marks down the road.

If Elastin3 worked and had the ingredients to back this up, we’d be on a winner. But reports coming from Elastin’s corner are pretty mediocre. That’s not what you’re after.

What Buyers Like About Elastin3 – Advanced Stretch Mark Therapy:

There were some bright spots with Elastin3. The AH3 had myself and many clients interested. There’s some value to be had, with an 8 ounce tube ringing in at $69.95 (though most women find they need to use twice as much Elastin3 as one of the top-rated products, like Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy).

Other bright spots with Elastin3 include:
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  • It could be used before, during and after pregnancy
  • The product is not tested on animals

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One of Elastin’s selling points is that the product can be used by pregnant women. Not all stretch mark creams say their product is safe during this important moment in a woman’s life. You can try Elastin3 if you’re pregnant, though I’d be slightly wary with the parabens in the formula.

Some customers felt that Elastin3 reduced their stretch marks and gave their skin a smooth appearance. That’s what it’s about right? There aren’t many of them, mind you, but if enough people use the cream, eventually you’ll find someone happy with Elastin3.

One customer was excited that she would be able to use Elastin3 during her second pregnancy and through all three trimesters. She had no such luck finding a product during her first pregnancy (she obviously hadn’t considered Skinception Intensive Stretch Mark Therapy) and she now claims her stretch marks are reduced substantially.

Another customer had been wearing stretch marks from her pregnancy 20 years earlier. True enough, she used Elastin3 and reports that they’re much less visible than they were before.

And another woman was surprised her stretch marks showed visible fading in three weeks. Gasp – you mean it’s possible to reduce stretch marks in three weeks, as Elastin claims? Anyone can win the lottery, though the odds aren’t in your favor, and if you’re trying to get rid of stretch marks, you can increase those odds with a top-rated stretch mark cream.

What Buyers Do Not Like About the Product:

Here’s where Elastin goes down hill.

Elastin3 has a few good points, but they’re hit and miss, and they’re heavily outweighed by the many negative reports from clients who’ve tried Elastin and found that, among other things, it doesn’t work.

Their complaints included:
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  • How often the cream needed to be applied in order to show results
  • Lackluster results
  • Potentially dangerous ingredients
  • The high cost

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One of the reasons Elastin doesn’t work is because there’s not much going on in the formula. Yes, the AH3 looks sexy on paper, but it’s what it does on your skin that counts, and the answer to that is, not much. Like I said earlier, when there’s collagen and elastin in a stretch mark cream, it’s simply ineffective because it doesn’t get deep enough into your skin to make stretch marks go away.

Some of the women I’ve spoken with take issue with some of the other ingredients in the formula. There’s a lot of negative publicity surrounding parabens – chemical preservatives that may increase risk of breast cancer. And believe it or not, there are rumblings that soy is just as dangerous. Concerned about breast cancer? Skip Elastin3.

The other issue several people had was the seventy-dollar cost for an eight-ounce tube. For many, that would mean a monthly investment of seventy dollars plus shipping and handling.

A woman who had just given birth to twins used the product throughout her pregnancy and reported her stretch marks were reduced. But once the bills were rolling in with the high cost of caring for twins, she had to cut Elastin3 out of her budget.

Another woman who worked as a nurse and had recently been given the nightshift found it difficult with her new schedule to use it the recommended number of times per day. The ingredients just aren’t in Elastin3 to make it a quality stretch mark cream, meaning you need to use more of it to reduce stretch marks. Got time to use Elastin three, even four times a day?

Then there’s the price. At seventy dollars for an eight ounce tube, Elastin3 doesn’t scream value, and considering how much of it you’ll have to use to get rid of your stretch marks (a questionable endeavor with Elastin3 to begin with), that’s a lot to fork out for a mediocre stretch mark cream.

My Personal Recommendation:

The AH3 technology is sexy, the promises are big, but the results just aren’t there with Elastin3. Many women have expressed concern about the high paraben content, the cost, and the simple fact that Elastin3 doesn’t really fade stretch marks. It has for a few, but there aren’t many clients raving about a stretch mark cream you’ll need to use twice as much for less impressive results. Take a pass.Elastin3 – Advanced Stretch Mark Therapy

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  • Jenni says:

    Elastin3 seems to be reasonably priced for the quality that you get. Still I am discouraged by the effectiveness and will probably not test it myself!

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