Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula Tummy Butter

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By Jaishri


A soothing tummy butter for people who love the smell of vanilla and chocolate. It has the texture of ghee so it can be greasy for some.

And all the ladies who have nausea just watch out if you like the smell, cause it lingers around the whole day.

From their website

A rich concentrated formula that can be applied liberally over the tummy as an intensive treatment. Contains soothing lavender oil which makes it ideal for evening application to promote relaxation and sleep. For best results use in conjunction with Palmer’s Massage Lotion for Stretch Marks for all-over body and Palmer’s Massage Cream for Stretch Marks for targeted areas. Our new advanced formula contains Bio C-Elaste, an advanced blend of stretch mark fighting ingredients to improve the elasticity and moisture content of skin to help prevent and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Clinically proven to improve skin elasticity by 59% or more in 97% of women tested.
Price: Rs 570 for 125 grams
It is cheaper in the US, and other countries.
I have been using it throughout my pregnancy but it did not work that effectively. I had stretch marks. The cream is highly greasy and sticks to the clothes.
Some advantages:  It prevents the skin from drying. A nice sooting lotion, but for stretch marks, it did not work for me.
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4 Responses to Palmers Cocoa Butter Formula Tummy Butter

  1. New Mommy says:

    My mum being a doctor is the first person i bug with all my queries. And when I was chewing her head about stretch marks, she very clearly said that there is very little one can do to avoid stretch marks. Some women are blessed with good genes and get away with it. For the others we can only work towards lightening them (that too slightly)
    You may want to check out my article on the Stretch marks on my blog

    PS: you have a really nice blog going here. Very informative for a new mommy to be, like me :)

    • Jaishri says:

      Thanks New Mommy.. hope I knew your name.. Your very right about the stretch marks.. I love my stripes, reminds me of the tigress in all of us.. Will surely check out your blog.

  2. I think stretch marks just can not be avoided …I started using stretch mark creams from the second month of my pregnancy but still suffer from them.

    • Jaishri says:

      Very true Anamika.. But I have very little stretch marks, I used Stretchnil and one Massage oil from forest essential guess its called Mother’s oil..

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