Asda Little Angels Maternity Stretch Mark Oil Reviews
Product Type: Asda products
Description:Manufacturer: Asda / Type: Stretch Mark Oil
Newest Review: ... i came across the Little Angels range and noticed it was cheap with items being on offer at 2 for £2, i grabbed this straight ... more
Customer Asda Little Angels Maternity Stretch Mark Oil Reviews (5)
by - written on 08/11/10 (Very useful, 165 readings)
Ok before I start with this review properly I feel the need to point out that I'm not pregnant, never have been and probably will never be! You may wonder why I bought a product meant for pregnant women though? Well when your pregnant the skin stretches of course to house the baby and although I'm not housing a baby I am trying to gain weight to be a perfect size 10 (as I have had an eating disorder). Because of my weight going up and down over the years (I started a diet at 16 stone before being bulimic) I do have stretch marks, granted though over the years they have really faded well. Because I know I'm gaining weight though (which is what I want!) I'd ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Another product I purchased during my pregnancy was the little angels maternity stretch mark oil. As a previous user of bio oil and palmers body butter I wanted something to massage my bump when it was feeling tight and itchy. I purchased this along with the cream and I absolutely love the fragrance which is from coconut oil and rosehip oil. The oil retails at £1.47 for 100ml which when you compare with similar products out there for the mum to be or to reduce scarring this really is one of the cheapest products out there. The oil is contained in a compact plastic container with a screw top lid, the oil is dispensed via a small hole to the top ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
This is a review of Asda's Little Angels Maternity Stretch Mark Oil. Having tried a few products to help with the wonderful by-product of pregnancy: "the stretch mark" I am pleased to review one of the cheaper products I found on the market. Price and size I bought this product whilst on offer at 2 for £2 along with the cream from the range and quickly found it made my skin feel delightful. The bottle size is 100ml which lasts a long time and goes a long way. Smells nice The fragrance - rose hip oil and coconut oil is really nice, not too strong and absorbs quickly into the skin. Why oil stretch marks? On the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/12 (Useful, 115 readings)
I lost quite a lot of weight over about two years, this has left me with some lovely (not) stretch marks across the back of my thighs and on my hips. I didnt want to buy bio oil as it was very expensive for not a lot of product. I found this in asda and it looked pretty much the same so I bought it for a few pounds, a fraction of the bio oil cost. It is supposed to be for pregnant women but of course not just pregnant ladies have issues with stretch marks. If you use a few drops on your palm, rub it straight into the area you want to improve and rub it in. It leaves a slight sheen to start with and I would recommend not getting dressed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/12 (Useful, 121 readings)
After finding out i was pregnant, i looked into ways too prevent stretch marks almost immediatley as my skin started to become itchy and dry, I was doing my shopping in Asda when i came across the Little Angels range and noticed it was cheap with items being on offer at 2 for £2, i grabbed this straight away as i was willing to try anything. It is in a small bottle with is perfect for popping into your handbag and doesnt weigh alot! With this oil you are suppose too massage it in circles onto the area where stretch marks are appearing or where you feel the need to (NOTE: you only need a small amount!) The oil itself smells ... Read the complete review
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