effective stretch mark creams

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Radha posted this 11 December 2019

do stretch mark creams work pp? what help you?

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Nina posted this 17 March 2020

I used shea butter and coconut oil, I massaged my belly in the morning and befur sleep. No stretch mark! 

Nicole posted this 16 March 2020

so far, bio oil is working out well for me. i am also using palmers stretch marks massage cream. 

Madison posted this 15 March 2020

Tea Tree oil, witch hazel, and Aloe vera have made mine less noticeable and not as purple in the past. They were also deep and painful and that has gone away. I'm caring less and less though, without surgery I doubt they will just vanish so I don't see why I need to fight it beyond being comfortable.

Chrissy posted this 14 March 2020

bio oil is amazing!  Good for your complexion, any type of scars, and stretch marks.  I use it all the time.  My mom even said she used it on a cold sore, and it went away in record time.

Toya posted this 02 March 2020

I really loved Bio Oil after my pregnancy or tea tree oil!

Nicole posted this 28 February 2020

I used regular (natural) body lotion mixed with Dr Teal's body oil, and didn't get a single stretch mark. 

Zufina posted this 27 February 2020

I used pure shea butter and I did not get even 1 stretch mark. It is definitely a miracle cream!

Cara posted this 22 January 2020

Embrace the tiger stripes girl! I have friends that got none, my mom is covered. It just depends on your body, so if anything I wouldn't make too hefty of an investment. 

Millie posted this 21 January 2020

I used so many different lotions, oils, creams etc. I hate to say it, but I don't think it matters what you use. If you are going to get some I think you are going to get some. But if you do find a cream that works let us know! haha.

Eliza posted this 21 January 2020

I haven't found one that I would say works. I think keeping your skin hydrated overall helps. But my doctor said it was all genetics which I think it might be. I ended up not getting any which I was shocked by because I have stretch mark from growing tall during puberty (and I'm in my mid-30's now) so I thought for sure I would get them. Maybe it just doesn't make sense sometimes

Hazel posted this 21 January 2020

No, love your body and all your stretch marks, know those mean you brought a life into this world. 

Chandra posted this 21 January 2020

I think it also depends on your number of pregnancies. I was good the first one. I thought my genetics and daily rubbing of Vitamin E oil was the key. Maybe it's also my age, but I finally got a couple. Not happy at all about it, but it's just a part of the process. 

Georgia posted this 21 January 2020

I used tummy butter and baby oil, but I'm not sure it helped! I don't have may stretch marks but I always hear it's genetic and depends on your skin.