Born in southern California, Jennifer Pena studied at Fresno State to earn her degree. There she met her now husband Rick. Now a mother of four, Jennifer works diligently for her daughter's PTA. Considered by many to be an expert in the field of anti-aging and anti-wrinkle products, Jennifer has combined her scientific knowledge and real world experience to help guide others in their decision making process.

Elastin 3 Review - Will It Work For You? Let's Find Out!

Striations around your stomach, thighs, hips, chest, upper arms, lower back, and shoulders are caused when the skin stretches too far too fast. These lines and grooves, also called stretch marks, are often acquired during times of weight gain and are largely associated with pregnancy. Would you be interested in a popular topical cream that swears it can reduce and remove stretch marks naturally? Or do you think such claims are too good to be true?

You’re right!

So, the question is, will Elastin 3 get rid of the unsightly marks that make you cover your skin, or will it simply leave you wanting for something more effective?


Strengthening skin’s elasticity is the key to stretch mark prevention and removal, and Elastin 3 anti-stretch mark cream claims to be formulated with the most advanced result-oriented ingredients available on today’s market. Elastin3 says it delivers on results by utilizing its exclusive peptide enhanced treatment, which is safe for use before, during and after pregnancy. Developed by Robelyn Labs, a skin care company specializing in safe and effective maternity skin care products, Elastin 3 is one of many recent anti-stretch mark products that utilizes strong, and safe ingredients to battle the sight of stretch marks on the body. Of those ingredients, and the only one used in its name, Elastin is the main compound in our skin that allows it to stretch without leaving marks. Unfortunately, Elastin 3 also contains parabens, which have been known to cause and create irritation on the skin. For a one month supply of Elastin 3, be prepared to shell out $79.95. One of the highest prices we've reviewed to this day.

What's the Word On The Street, Then?

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This product is protected by a 30 day money back guarantee. It also boasts a professional and easy to navigate main webpage. On that webpage you can read customer testimonials and see before and after images of those who've used Elastin 3.

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Elastin 3 has no clinical or scientific trials and tests to prove that it can eliminate stretch marks fast and effectively. Some of its ingredients, like parabens, can cause allergic reactions and rashes on the skin. Its full list of ingredients is also not present on its main website, which always seems sketchy at best. Of the many before and after pictures found on its website, some appear questionable.

You Have To Know What You're Putting On Your Body

The known ingredients in this product can be found to the right.

The main active components in Elastin 3 are AH3 Amino peptide (Argireline), soya protein, hydrolysed elastin and collagen. Elastin 3 cream inactive components include: Demineralised ground water, vegetative oil, glycerin, stearic acid, cetyl alcohol, myristyl stearate, glyceryl monostearate, acetyl hexapeptide 3, Methylparben, Propylparaben, Triethanolamine, crystalline cellulose, octyl methoxycinnamate, imidazolidinyl urea, simethicone, basal oil of white flowers.


We understand the stigma and displeasure you may feel for having stretch marks. And while we support your decision to find helpful and natural solutions to this problem, we can't allow you to pick the first one you see just because it claims results fast. That is exactly what Elastin 3 seems to do after reviewing all of the evidence. Elastin 3 uses very strong, helpful ingredients, but in a way that could cause skin irritation instead of providing results. Elastin 3 is also very expensive, costing you $79.95 for a one month supply. And while we're usually more than willing to give a product the benefit of the doubt if its price is right, the fact that it has had no clinical or scientific studies performed on it makes it impossible to recommend for use.


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