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Stretch Marks After A Baby

Author: Brenda E.
Date: 08-21-2008
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Word Count: 357
Questions Received: 1
Testimonial ID: 3075-OR
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Last December I gave birth to our first child and it was an emergency c-section. I was covered from hip to hip in stretch marks, as I had gained 45 pounds. I had lost 2/3's of the weight by April or so and still the marks looked as fresh as ever. I believe it was in April that I received an Young Living email where someone was complaining about Claraderm being put on the discontinued list. I started reading on it and with the oils in it I figured it would be good for my stretch marks. I started using it daily or just every other day and within a week to a week and a half my husband said they looked better without even knowing I was trying to treat them!

I've continued to use Claraderm now for I guess 4 months and I would say that they are 50% or more faded even though they still are there. I'm thrilled with them fading that much and really excited to keep using the spray. I've only gone through 1/2 a bottle and have another on hand and will
buy probably one more and hope they take it off the discontinued list. I've also been using the left over that is on my hands after I rub it in on places like my shoulders that have gotten a lot of sun or on my face combining it with my lotion. Seems like it probably can do no wrong for the skin with what it has in it (Myrrh, Lavender, frankinscense, Roman Chamomile, & Helichrysum)!! Oh keep in mind I tried this on fresh stretch marks, I'm unsure about older ones.

Hope this helps :)

P.S. I just contacted Young Living's customer service (8/21/08) and they said Thank you for your patience. Claraderm Spray does still appear on the list of items that may be retired within 6 months. The list was made available to give members one last opportunity to purchase any of these products before they are retired. During the next six months, we'll closely monitor sales. If demand and sales increase, we will reconsider retiring this item.

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