Strivectin HS Review
Produced by Klein Becker, Strivectin HS is apparently supposed to be a hydrothermal deep wrinkle serum. Klein Becker is a large company known for cheap products priced at high prices, all claiming to be the best and targeting even children with their product Pedialean. Strivectin HS particularly sells in Walgreens and CVS pharmacies, and so they are easy to obtain, if you have $153 per bottle.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Strivectin HS ingredients include water, tripeptide, glycerin, butylene glycol, sodium polyrene sulfonate, yeast extract, PEG 8, albumen, polypeptide, hydrolyzed soy protein, glycereth 26, arginine, xanthan gum, PEG 12 Dimethicone, Acrylates/C10 30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Tetrasodium EDTA, Phenosyethanol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Butylparaben, Propylparaben, and Isobutylparaben.
There is nothing hydrothermal about this product, and it will not reduce wrinkles or anything else except for your confidence, just like any other Strivectin product or Klein Becker product for that matter. There is really nothing to inspire any confidence. The customer reviews we found were not positive for a reason.
Overall Impression of Strivectin HS:
There are a lot of problems with Strivectin HS. There is a reason why Klein Becker has been sued by the FTC several times in fact. They make big claims that they cannot actually back up. They charge quite a bit, so people automatically assume that their product must be worth something. We are not sure why people keep buying this product, being that the ones that do only buy one bottle, only needing that to find out that it doesn’t work.