Updated: Feb 25, 2021
Stretch marks are a natural part of the female body regardless of your shape or size, it’s only a matter of time before they appear. This is particularly apparent during pregnancy due to the overall growth of the body and skin being stretched. Also the hormonal changes in pregnancy increases the chances of stretch marks.
Stretch marks happen when the middle layer of skin (dermis) becomes stretched and broken in places (NHS).
A healthy balanced diet will help in reducing and preventing stretch marks in addition to the number one stretch mark and oil brand.
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Cocoa Butter is the core ingredient and is known for its superior healing properties and its ability to help skin retain moisture.
Cocoa Butter is an antioxidant which is rich in Vitamin E. It can help to lower inflammation, improve skin health, tone and elasticity and the appearance of stretch marks.
Cocoa Beans contain cocoa mass polyphenols which helps stop the production of antibodies found in the skin that cause the body to react against certain substances. Making cocoa butter perfect for skin conditions and rashes.
The new formula contains natural collagen and lutein to keep your skin beautiful and healthy during pregnancy. The pregnancy range is hypoallergenic and dermatologist approved.
Palmers Pregnancy products include:
Massage lotion for stretch marks
Massage cream for stretch marks
Tummy butter for stretch marks
Skin therapy oil for stretch marks & scars
Over 98% of women saw improved elasticity.
Palmers source the rawest and high quality cocoa butter from Ghana, where the finest beans are found. Better still, Palmers only source ethical and sustainable products and are a proud member of the World Cocoa Foundation which supports sustainable farming.
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A free sample of the Palmers stretch mark lotion and skin therapy is included in every Pregnancy Moon Box (whilst stocks lasts).
To buy full sized products visit the website https://uk.palmers.com/4-stretch-marks-scars