What is StriVectin?

StriVectin was launched in 2002 as a stretch mark cream, and since then, it has been making powerful solutions for aging. The ingredients in StriVectin products are remarkable and the brand has won many beauty rewards for offering its skincare products.  

What key ingredients are in StriVectin?

The key ingredient in StriVectin skincare products is NIA-114. The company claims that NIA-114, as an optimized form of niacin/vitamin B3, is clinically proven to strengthen the skin barrier and contribute to more youthful looking skin. NIA-114 also prevents water loss and protects skin from external stressors. NIA-114 is a good alternative for retinol, the main ingredient in anti-aging skincare products, as it does not cause side effects such as redness or peeling. Hyaluronic acid, glycolic acid, peptides, ceramides, licorice root, rice bran, and oils are the other ingredients in StriVectin products that hydrate skin, even out tone, brighten skin, and improve firmness. 

Where Can I Buy StriVectin products?

StriVectin skincare products are available at the brand's official website, prestige department stores such as Neiman Marcus or Nordstrom, third-party online websites such as Walmart and Amazon, and beauty retailers such as Ulta and Sephora.

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  • Myla

This stuff has been in my possession for five months. It's an excellent moisturizer, but it didn't make my skin feel tighter. It did, however, dramatically erase a hyperpigmentation patch, which was unexpected. My dermatologist had told me that there was no topical treatment that could help the region, so I was taken aback. There are numerous different creams that are just as effective and not nearly as pricey if you're seeking for a nice moisturizer. I'd keep using it if it weren't for the exorbitant price, but it's not worth it. I'll keep utilizing the hyperpigmentation-specific neck cream I have.

  • Amber

I've seen a difference in the appearance of my neck skin. It's probably the best it can be without surgery. I'll continue to use it.

  • Georgia

When I received it, I discovered that the box had been "taped" in one corner and that the product itself had no seal around it. This product should have come with a sealed opening, in my opinion. So I'm only giving it a three-star rating and praying that the ingredients inside match the ingredients on the outside.

  • Orla

I had high expectations for this cream, but I'm disappointed. Ordinary products are WAY less expensive and work better...AHA30% BHA20%, The Buffet, Niacinimide, hydration, and sun block (50)...all for a fraction of the price of Strivectin Neck Firming Cream. I'm 69 years old, and my skin has greatly improved in the two months that I've been utilizing the products listed above.

  • Lilly

Wonderful neck cream. Helps to smooth and hydrate skin, giving it a lifted appearance (did you really believe a cream could lift anything?) The price and the fact that it arrives in an open container, which is a) unsanitary and b) causes the antiaging chemicals in the cream to oxidize, are my main criticisms. As a result, I'm not sure I'll buy it again.

  • Jasmine

I've been using this cream every day for the past 3-3.5 weeks and haven't seen much of a difference... My neck appears to be little tighter. It doesn't appear to be any worse, but I haven't had the insane good luck that others of these reviews have had. It's possible that you'll have to use it for a long time before you notice a difference. I'm pleased I only purchased the little size. I would have been dissatisfied with these results if I had spent the money on a large container.