While our top recommendation for the best stretch mark cream is TriLastin-SR, we realize it is more expensive and may not fit everyone’s budget. Here are our thoughts on two of their close competitors.
When it comes to choosing the best stretch mark cream, it’s important to take a look at the facts. What do the creams contain, how do you use them, and do they have good reviews? In this article we will take two of the most popular stretch mark creams, Dermology and Revitol, to compare and contrast the way in which they work.
Dermology stretch mark cream has been developed as a way to stop stretch marks from occurring in the first place. This means that those in a position to benefit most from the product will be protecting themselves against stretch marks as a result of events such as pregnancy, rapid muscle gain, or rapid weight gain.
Dermology recommends that you start using their cream during the early stages of pregnancy or, for best results, when you are trying to conceive – that way your skin will be prepared for the changes about to occur.
The cream claims to promote healthy skin, increase production of collagen and elastin, reduce appearance of existing stretch marks and stop new ones occurring. It works with a special formulation of squalene oil, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin D3, Aloe Vera and grapefruit seed extracts.
Revitol stretch mark cream works in much the same way as Dermology, claiming to help prevent stretch marks as well as to reduce the appearance of existing lines.
Revitol is also part of a larger skincare line that can help with a number of problems, including cellulite, acne, hair removal, psoriasis, exfoliation, eye bags and the effects of aging. By using these products regularly, your skin will be in a much better position to fight off damage such as the effects of stretch marks.
Both stretch mark creams are regarded as among the best stretch mark cream in the business, working deep into the skin and containing a unique blend of vitamins and extracts. However, this doesn’t mean they will work as a miracle cure – nothing can ever magically make your stretch marks disappear. However, consistent application should reduce their appearance considerably.
One of the main differences between the creams is that Dermology allows you to sign up for a free trial, whereas Revitol only gives you free bottles when you purchase at least two. However, Revitol also offer a money back guarantee – meaning you’ve got nothing to lose if it doesn’t work out for you.