This Stretch Mark Oil Recipe from Pure and Natural Soaps is great if you are pregnant and trying to prevent stretch marks, and also makes a great gift for any friends having a baby!

Ingredients:

1/4 cup coconut oil
2 tbls. cocoa butter
2 tsp. sweet almond oil

Directions:

Combine these ingredients over low heat until it has turned into a clear liquid.remove from the heat and let it cool for a while.  Once it is cool to the touch you can pour it in a tightly sealed container.

By jessica neaves




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  1. Nadie Pearson on November 9, 2009 7:57 pm

    I began using the Dr Max Powers “Stretch Mark Treatment” every single day about two months ago and it works WONDERS. First you can use it for stretch marks and you can use it for scars and to moisturize your face and neck, ladies!

    You must follow the instructions even though they are pretty simple. If I am using this for acne scars, skin discolorations (sun exposure), uneven skin tone I apply either over makeup (may not be recommended as this could remove your makeup)and on a freshly washed face.

    I use the lengths of my fingers not fingertips since they produce the oils that could cause you breakouts from YES touching your face. I rub into the affected area or scar (even works on cystic acne scars) atleast two to three times a day when I am able to. But if not I do this at night before going to bed. Be patient and wait one to two weeks before you notice a big difference as the scar gets lighter your face appears to be glowing and skin discolorations slowly fade.

    Keep on it atleast everyday. I thought it was only for men who workout – based on the way the product looks, but I am glad I bought this and one bottle lasted me over two months and I used it everyday! Give this product a try, be patient, follow the directions and you will not be disappointed.

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