Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Belli Stretchmark Minimizing Cream Review

I'm currently 8 1/2 months pregnant, and each morning and night, I've been slathering myself in stretch mark cream to ensure I dont get those nasty marks that so many pregnant women can get. I'm so happy I haven't had to deal with them yet, but I think that's because I've taken great care of my skin, with fabulous creams. I've tried out almost every brand on the market, and I have my favorites (and ones I absolutely hated), and then the so-so ones. So this  last week I've been trying out Belli's Stretchmark Minimizing Cream.

This cream is specially formulated to decrease the appearance of existing stretchmarks of any age, regardless of the cause.

Contains darutoside and registril, ingredients scientifically reported to:

-- visibly reduce the appearance of stretchmark depth by up to 72%*
-- visibly reduce the appearance of stretchmark length by up to 52%*
Avocado oil helps soften and moisturize
Includes ginseng to help even out skin tone

The bottle recommends using this morning and night for 4 weeks to achieve the best results, and yes I've only used this for a week, but I can already see results. I do like the consistency of the lotion, it's much better then  that horrible shea butter you can buy at the drugstore. I can't count how many people told me to use cocoa butter, however when I did see stretch marks start to appear on my belly, the cocoa butter did absolutely nothing. I was slowly starting to get stretch marks, the more and more I used the cocoa butter, so I knew I had to find another product.

The Belli Stretchmark cream is more of a thicker formula, which makes me feel  that it's working. Is that weird? I dont know..  So these last two weeks of my pregnancy I have grown so much, and yep, still no stretch marks. That tells me Belli Stretchmark Cream is working for me, and I will continue to use it. It goes on smoothly and absorbs right away, so it won't cake up or get all over your clothes.

There's also no horrible smell to it, and it won't irritate your skin if you're more on the sensitive side.  It left my skin feeling soft and I almost forgot this was a stretch mark cream, instead of just a regular body lotion.  I really like Belli Stretchmark Cream so far, and I can't wait till the 4 weeks up to see more results. I think I'll probably use this after the baby comes too, to make sure I don't get any marks. So like I said, I'm 8 1/2 months pregnant, and no stretch marks! Crossing my fingers! I really think Belli has a lot to do with it.

You can purchase Belli Stretchmark Cream online at Belli's website for $49. Stay tuned in the next couple weeks, I will be posting my top stretch mark creams, and Belli is right up there on the list. I love the price, love the cream, and overall this is a good buy, especially if you're expecting, or you've had a baby recently.

Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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