The Battle on Stretch Marks: Which Product is Best?
One of the scariest aspects of pregnancy for many women, particularly if it’s their first pregnancy, is both universally-known and universally-hated: stretch marks.
Plain and simple, stretch marks suck. The pesky marks are the stretching, tearing, and eventual scarring of the skin that unkindly display on the body. Stretch marks do not solely plague pregnant women, as many of us (women and men) have sorely found out over the years, but women are much more prone to developing them as their tummies stretch for the little guy inside.
So what do we do? We bust out the creams, and slather on butters, oils, and lotions in desperation to keep those pesky marks at bay. Our pajama shirts soak in oily residue, but it’s worth it. At least that’s what we tell ourselves.
I’ve heard of many oils and butters that are supposed to work miracles, but let’s face facts here, our beautiful youthful bodies hang in the balance! There is no time to leave it up to chance!
So which product should women turn to?
The question is always up for debate; some women swear by certain products another woman wouldn’t dream of touching. Recently, Bio Oil has come up on my radar as being a great product to use. In fact, Squidoo recently reviewed the product to see how it matched up in fighting off stretch marks and scars. According to Squidoo, however, when it came down to it, the best brands were Mama Mio and Revitol.
We weren’t surprised as nearly the entire Mama Mio brand has received rave reviews on our BabyEarth site for being the go-to product in keeping skin beautiful and stretch-mark free. One of the top products to use is Mama Mio Goodbye Stretch Marks. The sooner you use it, the better. Though it is on the pricey side, when all is said and done, the price of a beautiful body to be proud of is priceless. Not to mention, all the guesswork spent on other creams and oils may wind up costing you more in the long run.
To learn more, visit Squidoo’s full article.
Which product do you swear by to avoid stretch marks?