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Does Bio Oil Work on Your Stretch Marks?

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Have any of you used bio oil before and does it work on your stretch marks ? Also what other products / other things do you use or do to help them fade? X

Charliebargains
20 days ago
What do you think of this?
salehahmed85
salehahmed8520 days ago

It does but you’ll need to make sure you use it everyday

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Charliebargains
Charliebargains
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19 days ago

salehahmed85 thank you

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sam30
sam3019 days ago

Charliebargains you have to be very very consistent with it. I used it twice a day and noticed it drastically reduced them

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Charliebargains
Charliebargains
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19 days ago

sam30 thank you x

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF197819 days ago

I used it throughout pregnancy and went well overdue so was huge and didn't get a single stretch mark. It's best to properly massage it in.

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nicolajaynehend
nicolajaynehend19 days ago

No this did not work for me. It was a waste of money. I use the Avon one much cheaper and it works. 🤔

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Charliebargains
Charliebargains
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19 days ago

nicolajaynehend thanks so much for the suggestion might try it out x

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rararachel
rararachel19 days ago

I'd also suggest coconut oil, it worked for me and is generally a great product. It also reduced scarring too and helped healing skin on a nasty injury.

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Charliebargains
Charliebargains
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19 days ago

rararachel thank you for the suggestion will have to try it out xx

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nina090976
nina09097619 days ago

Eating fresh produce,keeping hydrated helps the skin,if you have stretchmarks they will fade in colour,I liked using weleda oils throughout my pregnancy,x

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Charliebargains
Charliebargains
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19 days ago

nina090976 thank you x

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hspexy
hspexy19 days ago

I haven’t used it myself, but people I know who have used it on scars and stretch marks after giving birth have said it works well. Any stimulation to the area normally helps the tissue recover

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