I use Aveeno. My breasts and stomach get very itchy
Cocoa butter from 'Palmers the best!
Coconut oil keeps out the itching but. I have em stretch marks on my boobs!! Nothing on my belly yet but I'm still 20 weeks so we will be watching lol
I swear by earth mama angel baby natural stretch oil-the best!
Bio oil here in Europe don t know if you have it in the US. But i had always hydratate my skin and have no stretch marks Due date D-3 :) ...
Bio oil morning and night work a treat for me, with an intense (non oily) moisturiser at midday works really well. I use the Heavenly Hydration by Spa Find as my moisturiser, it's a mineral moisturiser. It kept the marks at bay for my first child and seems to be doing well at this point as I'm currently 26 weeks.
I've been using bio oil before bed since about 11 weeks, no marks on my belly just a few on my boobs but in all fairness they have grown a lot! Great for itching and when skin feels tight too
I've used cocoa butter by Palmers for both of my pregnancies and have not had any issues with itching. It is very affordable too!
I constantly use lotion and that helps
I recommend using coconut oil! It won't stop stretch marks from coming but keeping your skin hydrated definitely helps them look better!
Vitamin e oil and cocoa butter
I used bio oil with my first and this pregnancy too. I did get a ton of stretch marks during my first pregnancy, but that's because I got lazy and didn't apply the bio oil nearly as much as I should and stopped all together at the end. I'm now 31 weeks with my second and put it on every night and haven't gotten any new marks.
I'm 22 weeks and pretty big I've been using coconut oil and baby oil every time I get out of the shower and haven't got a stretch mark yet.
I'm 32 weeks and no stretch marks yet. I use coconut oil every time I get out the shower.
I add eexstra oil in my soap when i bath an that has seemed to help dramatically!!!:)
Dr Palmers for stretch marks. Used it daily with my son & not one mark. Using it again with #2.
Try view vitamin E aply on skin