DIY Stretch Mark Cream


You don’t like your lines? We tell you what you can do to prevent stretch marks, as well as reducing the appearance of both new and old ones.


The fine lines on your skin have many reasons: They can be genetic or occur during pregnancy, puberty, or sudden weight or muscle gain.


Nearly every woman develops marks at some point, mostly around the belly, hips, and thighs. BUT: No worries, you don’t have to live with them forever.


The secret is skin elasticity! The more elastic your skin is, the less likely it is that you will have stretch marks. Therefore you should moisturize it well, with the RIGHT things.


Check out our DIY homemade stretch mark cream!


What you need:

# Cocoa butter

It’s a super-moisturizer and helps the skin with its regeneration


# Coconut oil

Fats in coconut oil repair and soften the skin and also prevent skin damage by nourishing it with fatty acids


# Raw Honey

It is even suggested by surgeons to treat marks and scars with it


# Vitamin E oil

It helps cell regeneration, promotes healing, and encourages skin elasticity


# Lavender essential oil

It is relaxing and has anti-inflammatory properties



–   1/4 cup of cocoa butter
–   1/4 cup of coconut oil
–   1 tablespoon of natural raw honey
–   1 tablespoon of Vitamin E oil
–   4 drops lavender oil


How to do it:

1.   Put the coconut oil and the cocoa butter in a jar and melt it over a hot water bath until it is a creamy mixture.

2.   Add the honey, the lavender, and the Vitamin E oil.

3.   Mix it well and then fill it into a glass jar.

4.   Leave the mixture to cool down.


After one hour your homemade stretch mark cream is ready! Use it every morning and every evening. Use the lotion on new stretch marks or on areas where you’re worried about getting them in the future.



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