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    Default Stretch mark solutions minus the chemicals?

    I use coconut oil! I will show you the difference in my stomach from being over weight to just pregnant. They have faded sooo much

    You can still see them but they have faded heaps!

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    Default Stretch mark solutions minus the chemicals?

    Might use combination of both

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    Apologies for thread crashing but no cream or potion will prevent stretch marks as they start very deep in the skins. Also, all products contain chemicals. If you buy something that claims to be "chemical free" you've been misled.

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    plus its genetics if you do or don't get them!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    plus its genetics if you do or don't get them!!
    That is very true You either get them or you don't and it's to do with skin elasticity. However, I think you can lessen the damage to how deep they go and how red they stay with stuff like vit E

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Bec~ View Post
    Apologies for thread crashing but no cream or potion will prevent stretch marks as they start very deep in the skins. Also, all products contain chemicals. If you buy something that claims to be "chemical free" you've been misled.
    Is Vit E a chemical? genuine question btw

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    Yeah, if you're going to get them, you're going to get them.

    If you want to feel like you're doing something to prevent them though, just use any type of moisturiser or oil you're happy with. None of them are going to work better than any other type, and time will make them fade anyway.

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    making sure u are well hydrated is said to help prevent them .

    but not cream will work as mentioned above .

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Need~More~Coffee~Please* View Post
    making sure u are well hydrated is said to help prevent them .
    I suppose that makes sense

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    I highly doubt that coconut oil from a health food store has chemicals and Vitamin E is definitely not a chemical so yeah ... oh and yes, these two things will not prevent stretch marks but they will fade them to almost non-existent. Believe me, I know


 

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