DIY homemade anti-stretch mark cream

DIY homemade anti-stretch mark cream

Stretch marks are a phenomenon that mainly affects women, but also some men. They can appear following several reasons: weight gain or loss, pregnancy, health problem, hormonal changes, etc. They appear in the form of small cracks on the skin of red, purple or white color, due to a tear of the deep dermis and appear on different areas of the body (breasts, buttocks, hips, thighs, etc.). Several techniques exist to treat them (laser sessions, carboxytherapy, microneedling) but there are more natural remedies to reduce them and prevent their appearance. For that, nothing better than to prepare your own anti-stretch mark cream at home!

For the recipe you will need:

  • 50g of organic shea butter
  • 10ml of wheat germ oil, calendula or argan
  • 15ml of rosehip oil
  • 5ml of avocado oil
  • 15ml of vitamin E

Combine the shea butter and argan, rosehip and avocado oils until a smooth paste is obtained. Add vitamin E for storage.

Our selection of anti-stretch mark products

  • Organic Shea Butter Najel < / span> : An effective protection in winter against cold and wind, but also a precious moisturizer in summer against the sun. It is a real treatment for damaged and broken hair that regains nutrition and shine.
  • Organic Argan hair oil Sweet nature : Organic Argan Hair Oil from Douce Nature smooths, enhances and protects hair without greasing or weighing it down.
  • Nourishing Organic Argan Face and Body Cream Douce nature < / span> : A creamy texture that is easy to apply. This cream nourishes and repairs the skin. by penetrating quickly without leaving a greasy film on the skin.You will appreciate its vanilla scent.
  • Organic avocado 24 hour vitamin cell regeneration cream Logona : Based on organic avocado, vitamin E and essential fatty acids, a real "Cold-Cream" treatment, it protects the skin from external aggressions and improves the texture of the skin for a soft touch for 24 hours.

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