whats da best thing to use on stretch marks??
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Rebecca - posted on 06/10/2010
Bio-oil is by far the best thing i've ever used! Lotions didn't help. even the ones that claimed to help during pregnancy and had shea and coco butter. Bio-oil has helped so much. I used it on my son as well when he had a scar on his face and you wouldn't even know it was there to begin with.
Vanessa - posted on 06/11/2010
i tried a lot of different things the only thing that worked was this stretch mark lotion they sell at dillards i forgot the name but its a white bottle with pink strip on the front i promise you it works great my sister in law tried it and she said it made them go away fast
Heather - posted on 06/11/2010
I'm doing a bio-oil vs mederma test, so far the mederma ones look a little lighter. I started using mama mio no more stretch marks right after the baby was born - it did ZIP! after 2 1/2 weeks of using mederma and bio oil I think I can see a difference in the mederma ones, possibly a slight one in the bio oil ones.
Sarah - posted on 06/17/2010
I tried Palmers, Bio-oil, and various other things, and they didn't work. Mine are terrible, mainly because I didn't get big until my last couple of months of pregnancy, and then I got huge really fast. Not good lol
But anyway, I've started using this stuff called Strivectin-SD, it's working really well so far. Thing is, is that it's really pricey. It's normally around 135 or a little less in stores or on their site. I got it for around 75 on Amazon.com though.
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Jennifer - posted on 06/12/2010
Mederma makes a new cream for stretch marks. Its very good the only thing is that it is $40 and you can get it at any store like rite-aid, cvs etc. You use it for 2 months and it def works ive been using it and i love it. Plus a little bit goes a long way so the bottle lasts. Hope this helps
I;ve tried Palmers, Bio Oil, olive oil, baby oil, and they kind of worked but I found that Queen Elisabeth Cocoa Butter Hand and Body Cream worked the best and made them fade the most. You can find it in an African beauty supply store. A Caribbean beauty supply store might have it too (if you are in Canada-not sure about elsewhere)
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