Stretch Mark Massage Oil This nutrient-rich, all natural oil nourishes, preserves the skin's moisture and smoothes skin as your baby grows. Through regular massage, this oil helps prevent the appearance of stretch marks on the tummy, thighs, belly, breasts, and buttocks. Precious sweet almond preserves the skin's moisture to keep skin supple, while organic arnica flower extract helps ease tightness and discomfort. Dermatologically tested.
With gentle circular motions, apply 2-3 times daily to tummy, breasts, thighs and hips. Use from the beginning of pregnancy through the breastfeeding period.
Synthetic preservatives, fragrances, colorants, raw materials derived from mineral oils.
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Tiger stripes, badges of honor…there are many euphemisms for stretch marks brought on by pregnancy. But the fact is, no woman actually wants these skin scars. That doesn’t mean you won’t wear them with pride (as you should!), but you could certainly do without. Unfortunately, it’s pretty difficult to get rid of stretch marks once they’ve made an imprint. So your best bet is to do everything in your mommy power to avoid them from the get-go. Here’s how…
While being pregnant with twin girls, I’ve learned a lot about how to care for my body – inside and out. Admittedly, stretch marks have been a high-ranking priority. So I’ve tried a few solutions and found the ones that work best for keeping skin hydrated and elastic. Coupled with these tips, I’m confident you, too, can avoid stretch marks during your pregnancy. Watch and listen to the video for more details.