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✅ TOP 5: Best Stretch Mark Cream 2019

Are you looking for the best stretch mark cream?

In this video we’ll break down the top stretch mark creams available whilst comparing them

for price versus performance.

Before we get started with our video detailing the best stretch mark creams on the market,

we have included links in the description for each product mentioned, so make sure you

check those out to see which one is in your budget range.

Starting off at number 1 we have the Burt's Bees Mama Bee Belly Butter.

If a thick body butter is your idea of luxury – pregnant or otherwise, you’re going

to love this stretch mark cream.

It’s specially formulated for pregnant women to use on their bellies (and breasts), but

men and women in different circumstances have fallen in love with it as well.

You should note, however, it does take a little bit of time to work on stretch marks that

are already in place.

Most women fall in love with the way this makes their skin feel.

It absorbs nicely and leaves skin wonderfully soft.

And, by most accounts, this works remarkably well.

The line itself has an interesting history, as a documentary about the founder reveals.

On the downside, this is sold in a small tub; pregnant women may want to stock up as they

should begin using it early on.

Luckily, when you look at the price per ounce, you’ll realize that you’re getting an

amazing deal.

And, women that battle with offensive odors throughout pregnancy reportedly love this

stuff!

What’s inside (and what isn’t)?

You’ll find good-for-your-skin ingredients take up plenty of space in this stretch mark

cream – specifically cocoa, shea, and jojoba butters.

There’s also plenty of vitamin E. What you won’t find are phthalates, parabens, petrolatum,

or SLS.

Texture and fragrance?

This is a thick, fragrance-free body butter.

But, you should know that fragrance-free doesn’t mean it’s totally unscented.

With the heightened sense of smell that many pregnant women experience, it can be a little

too much.

Safe for pregnancy or nursing?

Absolutely, it’s formulated for pregnant women, though it will need to be wiped off

breasts before feeding when used by nursing women.

Will it break the bank?

You should expect to pay about $12 for 6.6 ounces.

That works out to a little less than $2 per ounce.

As far as body butters and stretch creams go, that’s really very good.

At number 2 we have the CeraVe Intensive Stretch Marks Cream.

There are a lot of good for your skin ingredients in this formula.

You’ll find vitamins and complexes that naturally minimize your stretch marks.

And you won’t find parabens or other nasties you might be afraid to apply to a baby bump.

It was developed by dermatologists and offers plenty of moisturization without irritation.

Besides the incredible price, we’re big fans of this stretch mark cream’s ability

to reduce the appearance of existing lines.

That’s a good thing, especially if this isn’t your first pregnancy.

It’s also non-greasy and absorbs well for a soft belly.

What’s inside (and what isn’t)?

Inside, you’ll find ceramides, hyaluronic acid, argon oil, and natural extracts.

Want to know what you won’t find?

Perfumes, parabens, and phthalates.

Basically, it’s all things that are good.

Texture and fragrance?

Thick and creamy lotion.

And, it’s unscented.

Safe for pregnancy or nursing?

Absolutely.

Will it break the bank?

We’ve found this for $8.

That’s for 5 ounces.

Yes, that works out to $1.60 per ounce.

Not bad at all.

Indeed, it’s quite good.

At number 3 we have the Bio-Oil Multiuse Skincare Oil.

This is going to be one of those products that you either love or hate.

Most people love it, but it is oil and that means it’s not exactly right for everyone.

People with naturally oily skin aren’t going to see a lot of benefits from using this.

But, if you’ve got dry skin, this is a dream.

Given enough time, this hypoallergenic oil will diminish older scars and prevent new

ones by keeping skin smooth and supple.

It’s fantastic for post-op healing (as long as you don’t apply it to broken skin) and

it’s dermatologist-tested.

And, almost surprisingly, it absorbs quickly into skin without a greasy or oily residue.

You have to love that, don’t you?

What’s inside (and what isn’t)?

You’ll find plenty of vitamin E mixes in with the PerCellin oil.

But you’ll also find retinol (vitamin A) inside.

So don’t apply it to exposed skin before going in the sun as it promotes the production

of collagen.

It’s better before bedtime.

Texture and fragrance?

It’s a runny oil with a lovely “oil” fragrance to it.

Safe for pregnancy or nursing?

Yes, but it cannot be ingested.

You should avoid applying this to your breasts if you’re a nursing mother.

Will it break the bank?

The MSRP is a whopping $28 for a 6.7 ounce bottle.

Luckily, you will usually pay less – somewhere between $12 and $18.

If you pay roughly $15, then the price per ounce is around $2.25.

That’s not bad at all.

At number 4 we have the Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Massage.

Now, the manufacturers of this stretch mark lotion have found their product to improve

elasticity in 97% of their test subjects.

That said, they recommend using it 3 times a day which can seem like a lot.

But, pregnant women did not experience as dramatic of a reduction in stretch marks using

it less frequently.

That said, it’s one of the most affordable and best-smelling products out there and it

absorbs into skin very well, leaving it soft and smooth.

Even women with sensitive skin haven’t experienced problems.

It’s dermatologist-tested and free of parabens and the like.

So even if it’s not great at reducing stretch marks, it will keep your belly wonderfully

hydrated – and at such a terrific cost too.

What’s inside (and what isn’t)?

Inside, you’ll find cocoa and shea butters, vitamin E, and a combination of collagen,

elastin, and natural oils.

Texture and fragrance?

It’s very creamy and it smells like cocoa.

This is one cream that people rave about the smell far more than they are concerned by

it.

Safe for pregnancy or nursing?

Yes.

It’s designed and dermatologist-tested to be safe for expecting moms.

This hypoallergenic lotion is paraben and phthalate free.

Will it break the bank?

A two-pack costs about $15.

You get 17 ounces for that price.

And, yes, that means you’re paying less than $1 per ounce.

We love that.

And for our final pick at number 5 we have the Mederma Stretch Marks Therapy.

You’ve probably heard about this stretch mark cream.

And that’s because it’s a goodie.

This dermatologist-tested lotion claims to prevent stretch marks and reduce the appearance

of existing ones.

They won’t go away, mind you, but they’ll be lightened to the point where they’re

not discernible.

At least that’s according to reports of users young and old.

Now, the down side – it’s not cheap.

The manufacturer suggests using it twice a day, so you’ll go through it quickly.

But, if you’re looking for a stretch mark cream that doesn’t affront your nose terribly,

this might be the one.

And, it’s safe for nursing mothers too – so if you don’t mind paying for it or you have

existing stretch marks, give this one a go.

What’s inside (and what isn’t)?

Not only is it paraben free, but you’ll find a unique blend of ingredients, including

cepalin, hyaluronic acid, and centella asiatica plant extract.

Texture and fragrance?

It’s an unscented cream and absorbs just as you would think any cream would.

Safe for pregnancy or nursing?

Yes and yes.

Will it break the bank?

The MSRP is $40 for a 5.29 ounce tube.

As you can imagine, that’s not cheap.

But, you should expect to pay less than $25 when you order through Amazon.

Additionally, it’s available as a subscribe and save product.

But, at $4.75 per ounce, you will find cheaper products.

So that sums up our top stretch mark creams of 2019.

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