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We’ve gone through our fair share of growing pains (like our regrettable Goth phase back in high school). Yet somehow we managed to escape unscathed—with one major exception. Nowadays, the only signs of our long-gone past lie in our unsightly stretch marks. Enter this sophisticated vanishing cream, which visibly fades the marks on our legs, hips, and stomach that we once regarded as permanent fixtures.
I recieved this product and more than half of bottle is empty.
I could only use one time for both my upper legs,not enough application to find out this product work for strech mark or not.
I was disappointed that a tiny bit of lotion was in this sample bottle,how can I find out if this work for just one time use?
this product sadly didnt work for me. although i had just the less than half tube to use. it might be a great product if used for a few months. i only used for a week and a half and didnt see ay diffrence at all. this was a bummer.2
Not enough product in the sample to see a noticeble difference.2
The product sample was too small to figure out if it would really work and too expensive to purchase on speculation!2
Maybe because it was a small sample and needs to be used for a longer period of time, but I didn't see any noticeable difference or improvement with this product.2
I'm a new mom and I have some stretch marks to tackle. I haven't noticed much difference after using this for a few weeks.2
I don't have stretch marks, so it must have been a stray click that selected stretch marks in my profile and caused me to get this product.2
Does this work? the sample is not enough to tell, in my opinion.2
After having a baby, I had no visible stretch marks.....I know super lucky mama! Don't really have a need for this product at this time. It is very moisturizing though!2
When I found out I was getting a sample of this, I did a little research. It seems the prevailing attitude is that it is not as good as Strivectin, which I have been using for about a month now. I think that is probably the case. Strivectin is thick and creamy. I put this on my hand to see what it is like. It is thin and greasy. Strivectin soaks into the skin quickly, whereas this stuff just sits on top of it. I will use it. I'm sure it will be moisturizing. But I won't repurchase and use it as a stretch mark cream. All in all, it strikes me as a really expensive, overpriced lotion.2