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Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Massage Lotion For Stretch Marks with Vitamin E and Shea Butter Women Body Lotion, 8.5 Ounce


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  • Helps Prevent and Reduce Stretch Marks.
  • Combines Cocoa Butter, Vitamin E, Collagen, Elastin and Shea Butter.
  • Lubricates the Skin to help it Retain its Natural Elasticity and Moisture.
  • Non-greasy Lotion Relieves the Dryness associated with Stretched Skin.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 9.9 x 9.9 cm ; 240 g
  • Shipping Weight: 340 g
  • Item model number: E.T. BROWNE982652
  • ASIN: B0010ED5FC
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 11 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,285 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Helps Prevent and Reduce Stretch Marks.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Avital Grinfeld on March 5 2014
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awesome product and inexpensive, using it from the beginning of the pregnancy and purchased 2 of those so far, thank you! :)
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After having twins, this product helped me feel way better with my skin
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87 of 94 people found the following review helpful
It changed my life! Jan. 22 2009
By L. Kerger - Published on Amazon.com
Okay so I'm twenty years old and ever since I hit puberty I started getting stretch marks in all sorts of places. They always embarassed me and I struggled with them my whole teenage life. When I got older I had gained some weight and got more, but even after I lost the weight I still had stretch marks. This was the first lotion I tried and it really worked. I had put it on in the morning and at night for about a week and already started to see them fade. I don't know if the marks will ever be completely gone, but they have faded enough that I can finally wear a two piece bathing suit without feeling so ugly. I don't know how it works with pregnancy but my stretch marks went from a purple red to light pink in just one week! :)
43 of 58 people found the following review helpful
secret to avoiding stretch marks? (so far so good anyway...) Feb. 10 2012
By Pamela Davis - Published on Amazon.com
Some say that having "good genes" is the only way to avoid stretch marks during pregnancy but I'd rather invest in a couple inexpensive moisturing products just in case then do absolutely nothing and hope for the best (then atleast I know I tried). For the record, the women in my family are known to have stretch marks during pregnancy and I have already gained 29 pounds throughout my own (currently I'm 30 weeks pregnant and I have absolutely no stretch marks, I will update this review after I give birth for the most accurate review). This is the routine I've created for myself:

After taking a shower in the morning, I apply Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Massage Lotion For Stretch Marks with Vitamin E and Shea Butter Women Body Lotion, 8.5 Ounce on my stomach, breasts, ribcage, hips, thighs, and butt (they say lotion absorbs into the skin the most right after taking a shower than at any other time throughout the day). Ive read many reviews in the past where women make the mistake of only applying cream on the stomach and then regret it because thier stomach looks great but everything else is covered with stretch marks. The main reason WHY I prefer this lotion in the morning compared to anything else is because its non-greasy, light, doesnt have a strong smell (not the most pleasant smell but not unbearable either), and is inexpensive. Skin sensitivity is heightened during pregnancy when in use, it does have a slight tingle to it but that just makes me feel as if it is working... I tried Bio-Oil but it took an extreme amount of time to absorb into my skin and it stained alot of my clothes, plus it didnt smell right (something you dont want to deal with if you are on your way to work or anywhere else...)

Right after I apply Palmers, I also add a couple drops of vitamin E oil and rub that in. Not the capsules, not a cream or a stick, but regular vitamin E oil that you can find through Amazon, your grocery store, a local health food store, or even a drugstore. I am aware that vitamin E is already included in the Palmers massage lotion for stretch marks, but I have a feeling that this is going to promote even more elasticity of the skin so a little extra can only help, not hurt.

At night before I go to bed I use the even more affordable Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula With Vitamin-E Smoothes Marks & Scars 3.5 oz. as an overnight cream (right on the back label it says "widely used to treat stretch marks, before and after pregnancy"). A little really does go a long way. It has a thick base to it but once its rubbed in, it melts on to the skin like butter. This is the formula that actually smells like cocoa. Again I add a couple drops of vitamin E oil and use circular motions as I massage it into the skin. I try not to put clothes back on (or atleast lift my shirt high up and wear my pants as low as possible if I do need to keep my clothes on) until it is completely absorbed into my skin, which does take a little longer because it is a thicker formula but this system has been working for the last 7 months so I definitely think its worth it.

Other than that, I try to stay hydrated by drinking alot of water and hope for the best :) I hope this review helps atleast one pregnant woman out there... let me know!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This lotion smells great. It is very moisturizing without leaving a thick ... Oct. 22 2014
By Lisa - Published on Amazon.com
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This lotion smells great. It is very moisturizing without leaving a thick residue on the skin. It blends into the skin and leaves it feeling silky smooth. You can see and feel that your skin is hydrated after applying, and I love the way it is healing for the skin. A few hours later my skin felt moisturized. To get the most of the lotion for stretch marks, I can see that applying it 3 times/ day as the directions state, is best. This way the skin stays supple and hydrated all day long, not to mention smells delicious!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It was cheaper than other brands that I heard about and so far so good: ) Oct. 24 2014
By Catalina - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought it because I'm preparing for my pregnancy. It was cheaper than other brands that I heard about and so far so good :)
Works Great July 23 2010
By Kristen Sharpe - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this because I have a big problem with dry patches on my skin, and so far I haven't been able to find anything to hydrate me. I wanted to try this item just because if it's supposed to relieve stretch marks then it should do wonders for dry skin, right? Awesome. It works great. The only thing that I don't love is the smell. It doesn't really stink, but it's not the most pleasant thing either. This product does wonders for dry patchy skin though.

I'd recommend to anyone :)