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How to remove stretchmark? Which product is better?

Discussion in 'Motherhood, Pregnancies And Babies' started by snowbelle, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. kerand

    kerand Member

    Hi Mummies,

    I Highly recommend this product " Lierac" Phytolastil. My stretch mark was terrible after I give birth... saw this in one of the magazine so took it a try. and it really work...! the stretch mark are lighter... pls don't expect it to disappear =)
    it's sold in watson/ guardian.


  2. zolldoll

    zolldoll Member

    Actually stretch marks are hereditary. If your mum have it, you will too. But if she do not have, you will be very safe. I know cos my cousin who is a doctor told me and i believe cos i saw from all my relatives, and my own mum. So i did not put anything at all and i got nothing cos my mum do not have too. I think even if you ask your Gynae, they will tell you the same too.
  3. shippo33

    shippo33 Member

    Hi mummies,

    I used clarins oil & stretch mark control during my pregnancy & did not have any stretch mark at all on those area that I applied. However did not apply on my thighs so now have only on my thighs.
  4. karluo

    karluo New Member

    I heard so much goodies about the Clarins oil that I went to bought it 1 month ago to try on. Before that I am using Mustela Double Action Stretch Cream.
    I applied faithfully everyday twice for the oil and stretch cream always. But i guess I probably belongs to the inheritance of stretch marks that the fact my mother and sisters also has stretch marks. My stretch marks still exist and develop more as my tummy stretches on.

    I envy those mummies who doesnt have any stretch marks at all...so good. I see mine is like upsetting. Sigh...
  5. sheepish

    sheepish Active Member

    hi mummies,

    i have e following to let go:

    1. 01 BNIB tube of elancyl stretchmark cream @ $24
    2. 01 BN tub of body shop papaya body butter @ $15
    3. 01 BN 500ml bottle of palmer's cocoa butter formula w/ vit e @ $15

    pls pm me if interested, thanks!
  6. popkorn2008

    popkorn2008 New Member

    hmm, I have 2 extra bottles of Galenic Elancyl stretch mark cream in shirk wrapped (brand new). Willing to let go at $40. Bought for $47 plus. Keen, pls PM me or send me at email at sheryl0409@hotmail.com.
  7. js_mum

    js_mum Member

  8. sunshines11

    sunshines11 Member

    Hi mummies, i have a extra tube of Floxia paris anti stretch mark cream for sale at $30... I bought it at close to $40... Its recommended by my gynae n suitable for all skin types esp sensitive type, as my gynae told me not to try those on the shelf type... Pse PM me if u r keen, thks [​IMG]

    Quoted frm Haelwee :
    "try floxia restructuring cream, available at certain clinics only.. not bad, and somemore it's recommended from word of mouth.. but quite ex around SGD50"
  9. loonshi

    loonshi Member

    I have tried the Galenic Elancyl but it doesn't work for me until I tried the Sakura Seasalt.

    It's only $8.80. Can give it a try if interested.
  10. reddates

    reddates New Member

    where do u get the sakura seasalt?
  11. mummykoo

    mummykoo Member

  12. mumzz

    mumzz New Member

    Hi all,

    I have a brand new tube of Galenic Elancyl Stretch Mark Preventive and Reducing Cream (150ml, still in box) to let go cheaply at $35 only.

    If I do not remember wrongly, Watsons/Guardian is selling at SGD47.

    PM me or email to red_ultraman@yahoo.com.sg if interested!
  13. jasjo

    jasjo Member


    If anyone is selling Elancyl Stretch Mark Prevention Cream, and Elancyl Stretch Mark Reducing Concentrate.

    email me at jass15@msn.com
    as im looking for the best deal [​IMG]
  14. sinnyy

    sinnyy Active Member

    i used elastin which is not bad and physiogel which suited me well, zero stretch mark in my 1st pregnancy.
  15. coco69

    coco69 Member

    Hi. Sorry to interrupt.
    I have 2 spare bottles of Clarins Oil to let go. They are brand new, and unused. I bought too many, cannot finish.

    My price: $58/bottle (30% discount!)
    Retail price:$82/ bottle

    Do pm me if you are interested. Or email to jphua69@gmail.com.
    Can meet up at Bishan or Raffles Place. Other options can be discussed. While stocks last!
  16. sherlc

    sherlc New Member

    the elancyl brand does not seem to work that well for me. it is a prevention cream so you have to start applying the cream to stretchmark prone areas very early in your pregnancy e.g. latest at the beginning of 2nd trimester onwards..
  17. kosh

    kosh Member

    I think stretch marks are hereditary. The cream/oil will only fade but not completely remove them. Anyone tried surgical methods and worked? Care to share?
  18. meiyabelle

    meiyabelle Member

    Got mustela double action stretch mark cream - 1 unopened n 1 opened used once for sale. Can't stand the smell now strangely after they change fragrance due to 2nd pregnancy.

    Bought at trade shows, more discount off retail price! Pls PM or email me at meiyabelle@yahoo.com.sg
  19. september

    september Active Member

  20. kathleenlim

    kathleenlim New Member

    Jojoba oil is also something that you should be able to find in a good firming lotion as it is found out to deeply moisturize the skin, effectively erasing stretch marks and wrinkles.

    Click here for more information.
  21. katherine

    katherine New Member


    I have a bottle of Elancyl anti-stretch mark cream for sale. Only used it for less than 5 times but I'm allergic to it so have to switch brand. It's the 400ml packaging, pump bottle. Selling for $40. Please PM me if interested.

  22. hmum89

    hmum89 New Member

    Quoted frm Haelwee :
    "try floxia restructuring cream, available at certain clinics only.. not bad, and somemore it's recommended from word of mouth.. but quite ex around SGD50"[/quote]

    Hi mummies,

    Just want to share that Floxia Paris has quite good anti-stretchmark cream. I have tried using other brands but still ended with a lot of stretchmark esp thighs :( . Recently my hubby bought me Floxia Paris restructuring cream, the stretchmarks lighten quite a lot. It is quite ex, usual retail price is $56 nowadays. But if buy in bulk, can get discount and buy @49.90. So if anyone interested to share, let me know cos i am intending to get a few more :)
  23. zimummy

    zimummy New Member

    I use pure Vit E oil, a lot of diff brands in the market for pure Vit E oil. Vit E oil is supposed to lighten marks. I guess not putting too much weight in a short period of time also helps. After my 1st preg, I also religiously use body scrubs to lighten the marks on my body.
  24. Zoeyzzz

    Zoeyzzz Member

    Try lasering
  25. Khrisna Murthi

    Khrisna Murthi New Member

    I used dermelastic serum every day when I was pregnant. I have 2 kids and used it both times. dermelastic serum works wonders because even after 2 pregnancies, I have absolutely NO stretch marks! I am a firm believer in dermelastic and highly recommend this to ANY mom-to-be!
  26. Jean Harbrige

    Jean Harbrige New Member

    Dermalmd Stretch Mark Cream is the only cosmetic/beauty product that I continuously buy. I've been using Dermalmd Stretch Mark Cream for at least 10 years now and I continue to do so. It leaves my skin feeling great, it helped so much with my stretch marks and scars, you don't see results over-night but certainly as time goes on, it makes a huge difference. You can barely notice my stretch marks now, some of them I feel have vanished completely.
  27. I am very doubtful because I have no stretch marks after 2 pregnancy and I didn't use any products. There is no miracle cream
    CHH_Mummy likes this.
  28. eliomummy

    eliomummy Member

    Hi mummies
    Can, recommend jeunesse products.. Reserve and Serum

    PM ME or WA me at 98411122
  29. chloechan

    chloechan Member

    hi all, there is hope!! I am using Home Galvanic Treatment for stretch marks and loose skin on tummy. body spa stretch mark.jpg

    This is the result after use. It is effective and simple to use. 5 mins each time. Fast and easy for mummies. Pm if u need more info on how it works. =)
  30. rachaelkelly

    rachaelkelly New Member

    I got a lot of stretch marks during my pregnancy, especially on the tops of my upper thighs and I didn't wanna spend a ton of money on a stretch mark cream when I've heard they don't work, so I decided to try Dermalmd brand since I use their foaming cleanser and their moisturizer and I'm in love with those products. Well after using dermalmd stretch mark serum for a week (twice a day, everyday) my stretch marks on my thighs have faded and also aren't as deep. I do recommend a derma-roller as well, but even after using dermalmd stretch mark serum without the roller for 3 days, I noticed a difference. It's not sticky, or super oily, and no weird smell.
  31. roslyn

    roslyn New Member

    The serum is just amazing, and a perfect remedy for stretchy skin. I still have noticed marks getting lighter, but would recommend it 100% for anyone who combats stretchy skin.the serum called dermalmd
  32. CarolineParks

    CarolineParks New Member

    Dermelastic serum helped minimize the redness of some of my stretch marks. You must apply it religiously for it to work better as I would only apply it once a day after I showered at night most of the time.
  33. Janette Chong

    Janette Chong New Member

    I am personally a user of emu oil for my rash and scars for many years. Read many reviews that it is effective for stretchmarks. Has anyone tried it before?
  34. limlorenz

    limlorenz New Member

    Use virgin coconut oil (cold pressed in liquid form). Best natural stretch mark cure. Cheap and excellent.

    Honestly all the products in SG mkt are overly priced.
  35. Allison96

    Allison96 New Member

    I've had strech marks with my last 2 pregnancies but no new ones in this pregnancy thanks to dermelastic serum!!! my old ones are also fading slightly, my skin feels super nourished and I don't ever get itchy on my belly.
  36. ladyeve

    ladyeve New Member

    Do you Wan to try antidox premium ?
  37. ladyeve

    ladyeve New Member

  38. Minz Lim

    Minz Lim New Member


    I used to use Elancyl Stretchmark and it help during my 1st pregnancy. But during my last pregnancy, used Pentaxyl instead and seem to help to reduce my stretch marks more as compare to Elancyl.
  39. Appleblurie

    Appleblurie New Member

    Can I know where to buy the dermal s stretch mark serum in Singapore?

  40. X_inyi

    X_inyi Member

    Hi mtb, I started applying Clairns oil from 5th months till today. No visible stretch marks.

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