Toss Out Your Cocoa Butter, Lotions and Miracle Creams

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Creams aren’t enough to fight stretch marks.

Stretch marks do not exist on the surface of the skin. Stretch marks are actually damaged skin, deep underneath the surface. This is why so many creams, lotions, and body butters fail to get rid of them—they never reach the damage that caused them. Linda Drummond told the Sunday Telegraph in a recent article, “The damage occurs below the skin's surface where creams can't penetrate.”

A new solution is helping women everywhere to regain confidence, become comfortable with their bodies again, and live without the embarrassment of stretch marks. Livadone is a new product that works from the inside out to help reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

A spokesman for Selmedica Healthcare Corporation said, “Livadone is different, because it doesn’t try to heal the wrong layer. Unlike other stretch mark treatments that only sit on the surface, the ingredients in Livadone help your body to attack stretch marks from the inside, where the damage actually occured.”

The company says that the ingredients in Livadone work from the inside out, by helping the body to restore and replenish the middle layer of skin (the dermis) to help heal the damage that causes stretch marks.

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