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stretch mark cream...??

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3 years ago
im 18 years old and 19 weeks pregnant with my first baby. i recently noticed stretch marks on my butt, so i got palmer's stretch mark cream. its safe to use right???

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3 years ago
Yes, its safe to you. Palmer's (or any other cream) wont make them disappear but it will make them less noticeable.
3 years ago
totally safe but dont bank on any dissapearing
3 years ago
Mine are awful.  I've had them for 5 years now, since my first little blessing was born.  They aren't dark anymore, but they are still pretty deep, so if you figure something out let me know.  I've tried a ton with no luck!
3 years ago
I was dredding when this would happen to me, Im 28wks w my first, so i did as much research as i could.  the top answers i found were: #1, it depends on genetics, if your mom had them bad, most likely you will too, #2, drink lots of water, staying hydrated from the inside will help your skin to be more plyable, #3, lotion is lotion, (i almost bought a bottle for $75, before i researched), make sure to put it on as much as possible on on the places you think you are most likely to get the stretch marks, #4, try to gain your weight gradually, so your skin has time to stretch with your body.From what i understand they fade into silvery lines (like "trophies of mommy-hood"), the great thing is that you're young, so chances are, you'll see them fade a lot.Good luck!
3 years ago
thanks eveyone!!

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