This is a review of Super Stretchy Miracle Oil. The manufacturer claims that this product will help to firm, nourish, and moisturize the skin. The result is that the skin will be elastic, soft, and evenly toned. The manufacturers claim that their product helps prevent and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. It is also effective against dry, aging, and uneven skin tone. In addition, it minimizes the appearance of damaged skin and scarring.
The ingredients in this formula are as follows:
- Capric triglyceride
- Sweet almond oil
- Dicaprylyl ether
- Argan oil
- Passionflower seed oil
- Lemon peel extract
- Lime peel extract
- Ginger root extract
- Coconut oil
- Peppermint leaf extract
- Vanilla planifolia fruit extract
- Mandarin peel extract
- Orange peel extract
The manufacturer states that this oil is safe for pregnant women and nursing mothers. The ingredients should be studied for possible reactions if allergic to any of the ingredients. For instance this product contains extracts from almonds, thus might be a problem for people with nut allergies. Should any side effects present after using this product, it is advisable to cease use and consult a doctor.
The manufacturer recommends that the oil be massaged all over the breasts, stomach, hips, thighs, and buttocks twice daily, to prevent stretch marks.
A 10 ml bottle of Super Stretchy Miracle Oil costs $22,04 online. However, there are five different options; the largest bottle being 200 ml. This product may only be bought within the UK; no international shipping is allowed for.
This stretch mark product may be returned by dissatisfied online customers for a full refund, excluding the return shipping fee, if within two weeks of purchase. The correct return procedure, as stated on the company’s website, must be followed.
Super Stretchy Miracle Oil Review ─ Conclusion
Super Stretchy Miracle Oil, by the manufacturer Love Boo, purports to prevent and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. It appears to be a safe and effective product for women who have this as a concern that they will develop stretch marks during their pregnancy. Unfortunately, the product is only sold in the United Kingdom, and cannot be shipped out of the country. Therefore this treatment is not available in the United States. Only two weeks are allowed for a trial of this product ─ far too short a time, considering that most studies took eight weeks to see results. Many other similar products on the market offer better availability and a free trial: these may present a better option.