PharmaClinix Stretchex for stretch marks Review

PharmaClinix Stretchex Review

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Dylan Wingate BScPhm, RPh

What is Stretchex?

Today, we review Stretchex. This product was made to reduce stretch marks, smoothen and tone the skin as well as increase the firmness and elasticity of the skin. The product is a cream that includes vitamins, peptides, cellulite reducers and anti-inflammatories.

Ingredients

The manufacturer has stated that the product contains actives:

  • Caesalpinia Spinosa extractKigelia extractQuillaja extractGlacium Flavum extract.
  • Phaseolus Lunatus extract, Rutin, Hibiscus-eco, Green tea extract, Bio-peptides.
  • GenisenSpirulina PlatensisCaffeineCarnitine.
  • Vitamin ENiacinamidePanthenolCalcium Pantothenate.
  • Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl-Tetrapeptide-7.

Dosage

If you are thinking about using this product, visit your physician first to determine if the product is suitable for your skin. The manufacturer has stated that the product should be massaged twice a day onto the body area affected, especially when a woman is pregnant or during excessive weight gain. The manufacturer has failed to mention how much of the product should be used for every application. To apply this product to a stretched body part, use circular and upward movements to gently massage the cream.

What is the Cost?

The 6.8-ounce tube may be purchased from Amazon for $42.01. Shipping costs are included in this price. Furthermore, the manufacturer has not given any discount for this product. We thought it was odd that the product is out of stock on the manufacturer’s site.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

The manufacturer has offered a 30-day money-back guarantee. Although there is a guarantee for the product, the manufacturer has not mentioned if any questions will be asked upon requesting a refund. The terms and conditions of the refund have not been listed. If you return the product, you will incur shipping costs to get the product back to the manufacturer.

Our Final Review of Stretchex

Stretchex was made by PharmaClinix to reduce stretch marks, smoothen and tone the skin as well as increase the firmness and elasticity of the skin. The manufacturer has not mentioned how much cream should be used on the stretched body part. We should be at least given an indication of how much needs to be used in order to benefit fully from the product. The product is out of stock on the official site. Amazon lists that it has only one unit left of the product. Has the manufacturer not organized his supply chain process correctly or is the manufacturing department to blame? The manufacturer has made a 30-day money-back guarantee for the product. What the manufacturer has left out with regard to the guarantee is the terms and conditions of the guarantee and if any questions will be asked when returning the product. If you qualify for a refund, you will still incur the shipping costs to get the product back to the manufacturer. We searched for customer testimonials on the product, and we discovered that not one customer has reviewed the product. This is a cause for concern. If many consumers have purchased the product, then, the product will have at least a few testimonials. The product is in very low supply.

What is Stretchex? Today, we review Stretchex. This product was made to reduce stretch marks, smoothen and tone the skin as well as increase the firmness and elasticity of the skin. The product is a cream that includes vitamins, peptides, cellulite reducers and anti-inflammatories. Ingredients The manufacturer has stated that…
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Dylan received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy and has also completed an Accredited Canadian Hospital Pharmacy Residency Program. He is a registered pharmacist in Toronto, and is a strong advocate not only for the drugs he dispenses, but also for alternative therapies and herbal medicine in order to improve the efficacy of those prescribed drugs. Dylan believes passionately in a holistic view of medicine and because of this sticks to the Whole30 diet as well as working out regularly. He loves exercising outdoors - swimming during the summer and playing ice hockey during the freezing Canadian winter months.


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