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Stretch Mark Cream

Stellar-Belly

Stellar-Belly

Stellar-Belly Stretch Mark Cream is safe to use before, during and after pregnancy as well as breastfeeding to help hydrate and nourish the skin and to assist the skin to bounce back into shape after nine (9) months of stretching.

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Pack Size: 125 ml

Nappi Code: 3003850001

Bar Code: 6009880503193

R183.94 incl. 15% VAT

Enhancing that gorgeous Pregnancy Glow

During pregnancy there are a lot of hormonal changes and fluctuations often causing or aggravating skin dryness, pigmentation, and acne due to the loss of the essential fatty acids contained in the skin.

Stellar-Belly Stretch Mark Cream is specially formulated to effectively hydrate and nourish the skin, as to strengthen it, leaving it radiant and smooth.

Your 5 Steps to Beautiful Pregnancy Skin with Stellar-Belly Stretch Mark Cream

  1. REPAIR & RENEW with Collagen & Olive Oil
  2. SOOTHE & SMOOTHE with D-Panthenol
  3. HYDRATE with Hyaluronic Acid
  4. BOUNCE BACK with Elastin
  5. ENHANCE your PREGNANCY GLOW with Shea Butter

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How to apply Stellar-Belly

Apply a generous amount of Stellar-Belly Stretch Mark Cream in a firm circular motion to the whole belly. Best applied after bathing to towel dried skin. It can also be applied to the thighs, buttocks, and breast area.

Luxurious Cream for a beautiful Pregnancy Glow

Benefits of Stellar-Belly Stretch Mark Cream

Stellar-Belly Stretch Mark Cream contains NO Parabens.

All ingredients are safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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Interesting Facts:

What is a Stretch Mark?

A stretch mark occurs when the middle layer of the skin becomes overstretched to the point of tearing and the deeper skin layers show through, forming the striae. These tears cause scars that appear as stretch marks on the skin’s surface. Stretch marks appear as red or purple lines that are slightly raised initially but over time, they turn white or silver and become flat and shiny. Women have been proven to be more prone to stretch marks than men, with them usually developing on the breasts, buttocks, hips, stomach, thighs, and upper arms.

Stretch marks usually occur:

  • During pregnancy
  • During the growth spurts of adolescence
  • After weight gain or weight loss

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