Stretch Marks

For many women, stretch marks are as much part of having a baby as diapers, feedings and sleepless nights. Stretch marks happen when your body grows faster than your skin can keep up with. It causes elastic fibers under the surface of your skin to break. This leaves you with stretch marks on your belly, breasts, thighs, buttocks or upper arms.

 

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Shea Butter helps to minimize and prevent stretch marks, scarring, psoriasis and arthritis. It treats and protects against inflammation, dry skin and skin discoloration. The Vitamin A in Shea Butter improves wrinkles, blemishes and eczema. It also contains Vitamin E good for anti-aging and preventing the effects of sun and environmental exposure.

Coconut supports tissue healing, repairs and protects skin from harmful free radicals that promote premature aging.

Embrace the changes in your body as you become a mom. Proudly show off your “battle scars” and enjoy every moment that motherhood brings

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