When my two daughters were pregnant they worried all the time about stretch marks and later near the end of their pregnancy they worried out the birth, not knowing what to expect
What causes stretch marks?
Stretch marks are very common in the general population and don't just affect pregnant women. They can happen whenever the skin is stretched – for example, when we're growing during puberty or when putting on or losing weight, but hormonal changes in pregnancy can affect your skin and make you more likely to get stretch marks.
Our organic stretch mark oil not only moisturises the skin but protects its elasticity giving you a combination of vitamins, antioxidants and essential oils.Whether or not you get stretch marks depends on your skin type, as some people's skin is more elastic. After your baby is born, the marks should gradually fade and become less noticeable, but they won't go away completely.
One of the worst things when you are pregnant is people telling you their horror stories of how they went through labour, my advice is averyone is different and if it was that bab no would ever have a child again. Yes its painful, yes it can be traumatising, and yes you think its never going to end but look at the prize you get at the end.
I developed a pre labour bath and massage oil that can be used at 38 weeks and during labour. The organic essential oils of clarysage, lavender and gernium work as a synergy, clarysage relaxes the uterus, lavender calms you and the geranium balaces the hormones.
All of the products are chemical free natural and organic, and you wouldnt want to use anything else while you are creating the most precious thing in your life.