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Aromatherapy Using Essential Oils for Stretch Marks Prevention & Removal
Essential oils can be used to help prevent and remove stretch marks, which result from weight gain and loss or from pregnancy. Prevention is the most effective option, particularly if you're pregnant, as it can take more time and effort to remove stretch marks once they've appeared. Below are methods using essential oils for prevention and removal.
Preventing Stretch Marks Using Essential Oils
Stretch Mark Prevention Oil
and natural moisturizers including evening primrose, vitamin E and almond oil, is specifically designed to reduce the chances of stretch marks appearing. Alternatively, you can create your own stretch mark prevention oil by adding 10 drops of any of the following essential oils,
, by themselves or in combination with each other to 100 ml of
. Apply liberally twice per day to areas to prevent the appearance of stretch marks. Our
Skin Repair Butter
is another option we offer that also works well to prevent stretch marks.
Stretch Mark Removal Using Essential Oils
Stretch marks are a type of scar and once formed, they can be very hard to get rid of, as with most scars. Our
Scar Stopper Serum
, with essential oils of Helichrysum and
, is a great choice for getting rid of stretch marks once they've already formed.
More about using essential oils for scar treatment.
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Mandarin Essential Oil
Mandarin oil can also calm nervous energy that adult life sometimes brings.
Patchouli Essential Oil
Patchouli Oil's sweet aroma is unmistakable and is often used as a fixative in perfumes.
NOTE: This guide is based on published traditional uses of Essential Oils and is for reference purposes only. It is not intended to treat, prescribe or diagnose. The information contained herein is in no way considered a substitute for consultation with a duly licensed health care professional.