Skinderma Pro Review - For Reducing The Appearance Of Stretch Marks Stretch Marks Updated April, 2019
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Skinderma Pro Review


Manufacturer’s Claims

What follows is our comprehensive review of Skinderma Pro Advanced Scar and Stretch Mark Solution, a ‘professional strength’ liquid concentrate serum touted by the manufacturer as a treatment for scars, acne, hyperpigmentation and other skin blemishes.

The manufacturer lists Skinderma Pro Advanced Scar and Stretch Mark Solution as an all-natural, plant-derived, potent serum for the treatment of these skin conditions: scarring, acne scars, stretch marks, old scars, hyper-pigmentation, surgical scars, lumps from scarring, aging and sun damage.

A lipid-based formula which penetrates deep below the outer layer of skin or epidermis has been formulated to also combat and erase wrinkles and age spots. The results are said to be permanent. Skinderma Pro is cited as being 100% concentrated, and more than 700% more effective than creams purporting to treat the same skin conditions.

Formula

  • Calophyllum Inophyllum (Tamanu Nut) – anti-fungal properties
  • Pulica Granatum (Pomegranate seed extract) – antioxidant, promotes healing
  • Rosa Rubginosa (Rosehip Seed) – anti-aging and regeneration
  • Helichrysum Italicum (Immortelle) – anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal agent
  • Natural Trans-Retinoic Acid (A Vitamin Acid) – rejuvenates skin
  • Natural Liquid Wax Esters (derived from Simmondsia Chinensis) – neutralizing agent
  • Persea Americana (Avacado) – wound healing agent
  • Lavendula Officinalis (French Lavender) – soothes irritated and inflamed skin
  • Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba seed oil) – prevents moisture loss
  • Triticum Vulgare (Wheatgerm) – soothes skin irritation
  • Corylus Avellana (Hazelnut oil) – tones, tightens and nourishes skin
  • Alpha-Tocopherol (Natural Vitamin E) – antioxidant and anti-aging properties

These ingredients were not readily listed on the website and tucked away rather deeply. We cannot find evidence of any actual patents, so the formulation may not be new but simply a variation of existing ones. It is hard to independently verify the advanced level of concentration claimed by the manufacturer and consequently also the purported hyper-efficacy.

The comprehensive combination of plant and herb-based ingredients do point to a formulation that could well perform as stated. Jojoba, wheat germ, lavender and vitamin E, in particular, are theoretically powerful when combined. The spectrum of products potentially allows for a multi-faceted approach to skin healing including agents that soothe, regenerate, protect, moisten, soften and tone skin from within and externally.

Skinderma Pro is free of fillers, chemicals, mineral oil, colors or parabens.

Instructions

Massage 2 to 3 drops on the affected area 2 to 3 times a day. Children under 5 should avoid this product, as should individuals with nut allergies.

Cost

Skinderma Pro can be bought online directly from the manufacturer on their website only at a regular price off $57 for an 11 ml bottle, and a discounted price of  $39,97. The 66 ml bottle is $244.82 at regular price and $87 on discount. No subscription or bulk discounts appear to be available.

Possible Side Effects

Those with a nut allergy could experience hives, itchiness or swelling. In normal amounts, Vitamin A does not cause redness or swelling but in concentrated amounts – as purportedly so by the manufacturer – rosacea sufferers may see adverse results of redness, peeling and inflammation. This may be countered by the other ingredients. It is best to first buy a smaller sample for testing.

Guarantee

A 90-day money-back guarantee applies.

Skinderma Pro Review – The Bottom Line

The super strength efficacy of the product is possibly plausible given the comprehensive formulation. However, no label information was available from the manufacturer so claims as to concentration and strength – and for that matter, safety – cannot be verified.

The cost is high even given the purported super efficacy, as the manufacturer estimates the 11mg bottle to last anywhere from 1 week only to 3 weeks. The product is not suitable for those with nut allergies or possibly rosacea sufferers.

The before and after pictures appear not to have been Photoshopped, however, these highly favorable reviews appear on the manufacturer’s website, with suspiciously absent negative or neutral reviews. The haphazardly designed website which lacks some critical information as to formulation seems designed to tout impressive reviews, rather than provide satisfactory, easily obtainable, factual information. In our experience, this is a potential red flag. If you can’t afford to spend time on a product that may not deliver what it says or don’t have the financial leeway to wait for a return, start with another product with more transparent ingredient and ratio lists.

Reviewed & delivered by our panel of experts at Reviewy.