SilDerm Prevention Oil 30ml for Stretch Mark Prevention Oil - Safe and Effective Prevention of Stretch Marks
SilDerm for Stretch Mark Prevention Oil has been developed by medical professionals to prevent Stretch Marks. Stretch Marks occur in the majority of women when pregnant and are a result of the stretching of the skin. SilDerm™ for Stretch Mark Prevention Oil is the only clinically proven treatment for preventing Stretch Marks.
Cocoa butter and some oil based products have been rumoured to help prevent Stretch Marks, but there is no evidence to support these ingredients. In fact, two studies have even shown that cocoa butter is not helpful.5,6
After reviewing the published medical research, the Doctor's at SilDerm have identified an effective topical treatment. In a stringent clinical study of over eighty women, a combination of three ingredients was shown to significantly decrease both the risk and the severity of Stretch Marks.
The treatment was applied daily to each of the high-risk areas: the abdomen, breasts, thighs, and buttocks.
SilDerm for Stretch Mark Prevention Oil, contains several unique, safe and effective ingredients that have been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of Stretch Marks.
GOTU KOLA: an extract from the Centella asiatica plant that stimulate fibroblast cells to produce collagen
TOCOPHEROL: natural vitamin E—a strong antioxidant that helps prevent tissue damage.
All the ingredients in SilDerm for Stretch Mark Prevention Oil have been screened for use in Pregnancy.
While Stretch Marks are never 100% preventable, there are steps you can take to decrease your own risk. Research shows that your personal risk will vary based on many different factors:
UNCONTROLLABLE RISK FACTORS:
SKIN TYPE — your risk is higher if you have fair skin1
MATERNAL AGE — your risk is higher if you are a teenager or young mother2,3,4
FAMILY HISTORY — your risk is higher if Stretch Marks run in your family1,3,4
PRIOR HISTORY — your risk is higher if you had prior Stretch Marks during puberty1
CONTROLLABLE RISK FACTORS
WEIGHT GAIN — your risk is lower if you avoid excessive weight gain during pregnancy 2,4
HYDRATION — your risk is lower if you drink eight glasses of water each day3