Shea Mooti Mama’s Belly Rub and Stretch Mark Oil

from Shea Mooti
RRP  £14.99
Shea Mooti Mama’s Belly Rub and Stretch Mark Oil

by motherandbaby |
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As reviewed by real mums in our 2015 M&B Awards:

This is a lovely stretch mark oil for mums. It smelled lovely, was easy to rub in and was absorbed well into the skin. Your partner could even use it to massage into your skin for an extra treat. The price tag is pretty competitive for stretch mark oils on the market.

The packaging could be improved to give it a more luxury feel, but then this would increase the price tag. The name makes it appealing and memorable to consumers. It had a relaxing scent. Be careful though, as a lot of oil could come out at once; a better dispenser would make the product easier to use.

If you follow the instructions and use this twice a day, it can become difficult to absorb, which makes dressing straight after use tricky.

Containing organic ingredients, this oil is superb for women who are conscious about using natural products within their beauty regimes. The oil can be used during and beyond pregnancy, although one bottle may not last that long, if using during early pregnancy.

The fresh scent of the oil makes you really feel like you are pampering yourself while promoting more supple skin.

It was very versatile, and can be used as a facial and all-over-body moisturiser as well as stretch mark treatment.

Product Information

Shea Mooti Mama’s Belly Rub and Stretch Mark Oil

Contains Omega 3, 6, and 9 enriched oils

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