Many people who are tired of those ugly stretch marks and who have often been disappointed in the past by products that promise to fade those stretch marks find themselves looking for something new and different to try. Reviews are one good way to gain information on a product, what it contains and how effective it is.

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This unbiased review of Dermectin Wrinkle reduction and Stretch mark repair cream is designed to help you make an informed decision regarding this product.

About The Product

Dermectin Wrinkle reduction and Stretch mark repair cream by PureTek promises to deliver a double whammy for middle-aged women. It promises to reduce the appearance and depth of wrinkles and to reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

The Dermectin website then goes to great detail stating that it has been clinically tested and even posting the supposed results of these clinical trials.

However, they fail to give a link to where the consumer can read the published results. However, every one of their claims of success in these purported clinical trials has to do with the reduction of wrinkles. There is not one result stating that this product has any effect on stretch marks whatsoever.

Conclusion

Overall, there is little to recommend any of the Dermectin skin care line. Specifically, there is little information to be found regarding the Wrinkle reduction and stretch mark repair cream in the way of information to help the consumer to decide if this cream is effective or even safe.

There is no list of ingredients for Dermectin whatsoever and the clinical trials they refer to are neither quoted nor linked so that customers can read the results of the studies.