Stretch mark free pregnancy

Stretch mark free pregnancy
Minimising stretch marks can be a concern for many mums to be, but what really works when it comes to keeping smooth skinned?
We've found the top 3 mummy friendly oils and potions for your baby bump.
Stretch mark free pregnancy © Silderm
Silderm's lightly fragranced massage oil can be applied to the skin 2-4 times a day and was Danielle Lloyd's oil of choice during her pregnancy. Proven to prevent stretch marks, Silderm gives you one less thing to worry about. Danielle Lloyd said it did "an amazing job" at keeping her bump smooth.
Silderm, 120ml
RRP: £34.95
www.silderm.com
Bio Oil © Bio oil
Bio-Oil® is the good old faithful, bump and purse friendly product that helps improve the appearance of stretch marks and helps to keep skin supple enough to help prevent them too.
Bio-Oil
RRP: £8.99
www.boots.com
Burts Bees Belly Butter LARGE © Burts Bees
Mums to bee (pardon the pun) will love Burt's Bees cocoa butter and vitamin E body butter. Mama Bee is specially formulated to help skin retain moisture and elasticity during pregnancy, which means more comfort now and means your bump can bounce back better after bubba is born.
Mama Bee
RRP: £13.75
www.mumsstuff.co.uk

Published by editorial staff Parenting
2 Nov 2010
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