StriVectin-SD Launches Virtual Anti-Aging Tool
By: Ariston Anderson
StriVectin is a brand that's all about results. To celebrate this brand legacy, they've launched a new product which has been on their wish list for a long time: a virtual tool that lets you instantly see results on your own face.
The skincare line has always promised high outcomes. The new StriVectin-SD Intensive Concentrate takes this even further, showing that test subjects demonstrated in just eight weeks, a 20 percent decrease in fine lines and wrinkles, 25 percent improvement in skin laxity, and nearly 100 percent improvement in texture, not to mention it increased skin barrier function by 40 percent for long-term skin health benefits. The secret weapon is a patented NIA-114™, niacin derived formula that works to strengthen the skin's barrier by 40 percent to protect it from environmental wear, as well as increasing peptide levels 4x to stimulate higher-quality collagen.
But what does this all mean for your face? After discovering incredible before-and-after photos in clinical trials, they were so impressed with the results that they wanted to give users a way to see how the products could change their own skin. Enter the first virtual, anti-aging results tool for the web, Facebook and iPad, a new product built by ModiFace that uses advanced facial recognition and HTML 5 to show users real results.
Users upload a photo and facial recognition algorithms simulate healthy results after two, four and eight weeks, when StriVectin-SD™ Intensive Concentrate and Wrinkles and StriVectin-SD™ Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles are used twice a day. They recommend their retexturizing scrub three times a week to help turnover old cells, and a Sensitive Skin version of the Intensive concentrate is available for those with breakout-prone skin.
The tool simulates airbrushing on Photoshop: pores shrink, eye wrinkles blur, and discolorations fade, except that this tool is backed by years of scientific research in promoting cell turnover, rather than by a human retouching hand. Once you see the results, it's a sure incentive for anyone to start becoming religious about their skincare regime.
The company is so confidant of the results for their new StriVectin-SD formulas, that they've listed the timeline benefits on their packaging. Using the products twice a day for two weeks promises an increase in natural collagen, and an increase in sin texture. After four weeks, users can expect fading discolorations and cell turnover, and by eight weeks elasticity returns to the face and wrinkles are visibly diminished. For eyes, the results start from a reduction in dark circles and puffiness and after eight weeks promote fine lines fading and a return to elasticity. The results will permanently decrease damage, but must be used regularly to combat the continuous effects of aging. Up next in their search for constant perfection of skincare products is an SPF sun protection line.