May 26, 2013
The Stripeptin product targeted toward stretch marks, Stripeptin SM helps you to apparently reduce the discoloration and otherwise associated with stretch marks. They claim that this simple lotion and it offers a “free trial offer” that quickly turns into an auto ship program.
History of Stripeptin SM
Stripeptin SM’s production is based out of Naples, FL. They started selling in 1993, and it has been popularized by selling in grocery stores. This produce then disappeared, and our sources suggest it has now been turned into a product called DermaRet-SM selling through the same free trial offer scam due to seriously bad press.
Stripeptin-SM now DermaRet-SM is now more expensive than before at $79.99. They actually specifically connect themselves to another product called Captiva, but don’t bother using a different bottle than Stripeptin-SM ironically. They actually reveal the ingredients this time, and they have moisturizers and a few small amounts of antioxidants. You would need to produce more collagen and elastin to get rid of stretch marks. But they don’t use these. Moisturizers and antioxidants would have absolutely no effect.
Possible side effects
Possible side effects of Stripeptin SM/DermaRet SM include redness, irritation, burning, itching, flaking, burning sensations, dry skin, rash, inflammation, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, and dryness.
This product under any name isn’t worth buying. They had to change the name, because the press was so bad and frankly they were no longer making any money off it or really any sales. So they kept the same bottle, changed the name, and kept the same formula. They just gave it a different name. Our position stays the same, and we still wouldn’t recommend it.