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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.
Only used a sample of it for a few days and noticed a difference. This is a must buy!4
I haven't used it enough to see results, but IF it does work....I think we'll need a bigger bottle. :)3
It is nice to have another option besides Mederma to reduce stretch marks.3
I want to love this product, but I feel the sample is too small to varnish accurate results and I can't justify the $89.00 price tag until I know it will work.3
I still need to keep using it more to feel it out. Not sure just yet. But am willing to keep using it to see results.3
It is a good sized sample that I could squeeze out multiple uses to see it it really did make an instant difference. But, no obvious changes in my stretch marks for me, maybe over a longer time of usage.1
Unscented, light cream that leaves your skin silky smooth. I am noticing a difference after 2 weeks of use.4
I am wary of stretch mark creams in general since none I have tried have made a difference. To be fair, my stretch marks are old ones so I doubt there is any topical product that could help them. This product felt good on my skin and was non greasy so those were both pluses. Might be worth a try on fresh stretch marks if you have extra money lying around.3
I dont think the sample size was large enough to show any really results but I am curious at what the long term results would be. Still on the fence about purchasing larger size.3
im currently using this im not sure if its working yet its a little too soon to tell3