How To Use the Stretch Mark Relief Trio During Pregnancy
The Stretch Mark Relief Trio is made with mama in mind - it works to support skin as it stretches, to keep it hydrated and strong, and reduce tearing that shows up as stretch marks on the skin. Each product works to hydrate, support elasticity and stimulate skin regeneration and renewal.
The first step in the trio is the Stretch Mark Relief Refining Scrub. This exfoliating belly scrub polishes and smooths dry and itchy skin.
- Massage a generous amount onto skin and move in a circular motion.
- Use light pressure until sugar in scrub dissolves so that the oils can soothe and pamper skin.
- Rinse your skin and pat dry.
- Use daily for at least 3 months.
- Avoid use on damaged or broken skin.
The Stretch Mark Relief Hydrating Oil absorbs quickly for supple, stronger, ultra moisturized skin and is great to combat the appearance of stretch marks. Here are our best tips for application:
Hydrating Oil Tips:
- Prep skin with Stretch Mark Relief Refining Scrub.
- Add a few drops to your palm and apply to damp skin to lock in moisture.
- Begin daily use at the start of the second trimester and into postpartum.
- Apply to any areas prone to stretch marks: belly, breasts, lower back, hips, buttocks and thighs.
- Use up to twice a day for a minimum of 3 months for best results.
The final step in your routine is a body butter to keep your skin hydrated. Our Stretch Mark Relief Restorative Butter was named the Best Body Butter for Stretch Marks by Cosmopolitan. It deeply hydrates and nourishes skin during pregnancy and postpartum and reduces the appearance of stretch marks and scars. Here are our application tips for best results:
Restorative Butter Tips:
- Apply butter to damp skin to lock in moisture.
- Use a generous amount and massage in a circular motion on skin.
- Begin early in the second trimester applying to areas that are at risk of stretch marks: belly, breasts, lower back, hips, buttocks and thighs. Continue using postpartum.
- Repeat up to twice a day for a minimum of three months.