Pureen Stretch Mark Lotion 150ml

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MYR 30.80 MYR 24.70

Availability: In Stock

CV: 5.00

Product Code: 10934830

Pureen Stretch Mark Lotion with TRIPLE ACTION FORMULA, contains Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Almond oil, Rose Hip Seed Oil, Collagen, Elastin and Vitamin E to relieve itchiness due to skin dryness, strengthen skin and enhance its elasticity.
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Pureen Stretch Mark Lotion with TRIPLE ACTION FORMULA, contains Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Almond oil, Rose Hip Seed Oil, Collagen, Elastin and Vitamin E to relieve itchiness due to skin dryness, strengthen skin and enhance its elasticity.

TRIPLE ACTION FORMULA that contains: -

    Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Almond Oil and Rose Hip Seed Oil to moisturize skin and relieve itchiness due to dryness of the skin.

    Collagen and Elastin to strengthen skin and enhance its elasticity.

    Vitamin E to give antioxidant protection.

 

Packing: 150 ml.

 

Uses of Pureen Stretch Mark Lotion

For a revitalizing body massage during and after pregnancy, to firm up skin and increase its elasticity.

 


When and How Often Should I Apply?

Using a circular motion, gently massage lotion on all the stretch marks prone areas of the body e.g. abdomen, upper thighs, waist and breast, twice a day (in the morning and at night).

Ideally, you can start applying Pureen Stretch Mark Lotion from 1st month of pregnancy (before stretch marks occur) and continue until 3 months after delivery.

 


What are Stretch Marks?

Stretch Marks are tiny tears in the dermis that shows through to the epidermis (top layer of skin) on the hips, abdomen, breast and upper thighs. It can vary in colour from light pink to brown.

 


What Causes Stretch Marks?

 Our skin consists of three layers:

    Epidermis

    The top layer of the skin, locks in moisture and prevent toxins from entering the body.

    Dermis

    The second layer of the skin (where stretch marks occur) where collagen and elastin fibers are produced, giving it a firmer and younger appearance.

    Hypodermis

    The third layer of the skin which constitutes fat and connective tissue.


 

Stretch Marks occur when the skin does not stretch enough to accommodate body changes during pregnancy, rapid growth and weight changes. This excessive stretching process breaks down elastin and collagen fibers, causing stretch marks, loss of tone, fine lines and wrinkles.

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