PharmaClinix Stretchex Review

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PharmaClinix Stretchex Review - For Reducing The Appearance Of Stretch Marks
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Any excessive form of stretching to the skin such as that which occurs during pregnancy or major weight gain can result in the formation of stretch marks. As many people know, stretch marks are dark and branchy lesions on the skin. These marks can be quite unpleasant and unaesthetic. They can occur in most areas of the body but occur  most often on the stomach, thighs and buttox. PharmaClinix Stretchex is a gel that is designed to reduce the appearance of stretch marks when applied daily. This review assesses its possible effectiveness and value for money.


This product contains ingredients which have one or more of the following four actions: anti-inflammatories, antioxidants, nutrients and peptides. The main antioxidants are Caesalpinia Spinosa extract, Kigelia extract, Quillaja extract and Glaucium Flavum extract. Antioxidants remove toxic chemicals from the affected area which normally perpetuate inflammation and stretch mark formation.

Anti-inflammatories such as Phaseolus Lunatus extract, Rutin, Hibiscus-eco, Green tea extract, Pal-GQPP and Pal-GHK inhibit enzymes called cyclooxygenases. Cyclooxygenases produce inflammatory substances which promote stretch mark formation.

Spirulina Platensis, Caffeine and Carnitine, are added to remove the cellulite around stretch marks. Scientific research has shown that these substances interact with the tissue and cause breakdown of triglycerides. Triglycerides are the forms in which the body stores fat.

Vitamin E, Niacinamide, Panthenol and Calcium Pantothenate have been provided as vitamins to nourish the affected area and promote skin regeneration. Vitamins also act as antioxidants.

Lastly, two lipopeptides have been added because they increase the production of collagen and encourage generation of new skin cells. These lipopeptides are Palmitoyl Oligopeptide and Palmitoyl-Tetrapeptide-7.


The manufacturer recommends massaging the gel into the affected areas twice a day using circular movements.


One tube of PharmaClinix Stretchex, which contains 6.75 fl. oz. of the product can be purchased online for around $49. This manufacturer does not appear to offer any discounts for buying a bulk supply of the product.

Guarantee & Feedback

The product can be returned within 30 days of delivery if the customer is unsatisfied with it. The product may be returned used or unused. The customer will then receive a full refund minus shipping charges.

The manufacturer provides some testimonials from professionals and customers but it does not provide any space for customers to review the product and give them a rating.

Our Conclusive Review About PharmaClinix Stretchex

The price of this product is quite reasonable and the ingredients appear to be well researched. It is quite unfortunate that this manufacturer doesn’t offer a discount for buying bulk suppliers of their product because this product is for long term use. The eventual result will be that the long-term use of the product will be more expensive and tedious.

The guarantee is also a bit too short to test the product efficiently. Stretch marks take significant time to reduce or disappear. This is quite an essential downfall considering that the manufacturer does not provide independent customer reviews about their product for potential customers to read. This means that the effectiveness of the product is not confirmed by an objective source.

Although this product seems quite good, we definitely believe there are better products out there.

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