RoC Maternity & Anti-Stretch marks body oil £1 @ poundland RRP £14.99 - prevents and diminishes
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RoC Maternity & Anti-Stretch marks body oil £1 @ poundland RRP £14.99 - prevents and diminishes

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Found 29th Dec 2011
Spotted this in poundland in North Finchley. You can get it for about £6 on ebay too. PLenty of them in stock.

Good ingredients, natural, no rubbish. I think this will make a nice moisturising body oil so bought 3.

150ml

RoC,s latest innovation is clinically proven to increase skins elasticity and moisturisation to help prevent stretch marks and visibly diminish those that already exist. RoC,s optimal concentration of natural oils and vitamin E has been blended to create a safe and efficacious formula that is dermatologist tested.

RoC Maternity Anti-Stretch Marks Serum
RoC has developed a specific formulation designed to help prevent stretch marks from developing and reduce the appearance of existing ones during pregnancy.
RoC Maternity Anti-Stretch Marks Serum contains a blend of natural ingredients including: soyabean, sweet almond oil, vitamin E, blackcurrant seed oil, bisabolol and rosehip oil. These are rich in essential fatty acids, which work alongside the formula’s well-balanced composition of lipids to help prevent stretch marks by increasing skin’s hydration and elasticity and reduce the appearance of stretch marks by strengthening the skin.
The oil has a subtle fragrance, much the same as the ROC cream range, only not quite so strong. Our tester said it was pretty easily absorbed and, like all oils, felt much nicer after about an hour once it had fully soaked in. So far so good on the stretch mark front, but she’s not due to deliver for another couple of months. Watch this space…

RoC Maternity Anti-Stretch Marks Serum (150ml) £14.99.

Hope this helps someone.
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Just popped a squirt on my arm. Absorbed very quickly and the fragrance is light and very subtle. Highly recommend as a body oil, absorbed beautifully and quickly leaving skin plump and soft. Might pop back tomorrow for a few more.

Also check out the make-up area if you're visiting they have £10 Revlon lip pens and glosses in great colours at the moment.
Bought this in Ipswich store this week so a few in there
carltonbp

Just popped a squirt on my arm. Absorbed very quickly and the fragrance … Just popped a squirt on my arm. Absorbed very quickly and the fragrance is light and very subtle. Highly recommend as a body oil, absorbed beautifully and quickly leaving skin plump and soft. Might pop back tomorrow for a few more.Also check out the make-up area if you're visiting they have £10 Revlon lip pens and glosses in great colours at the moment.



If youve opened it and had a go I want it for 50p
Good deal, thanks for your sharing.
anti-stretch marks??

I thought that was down to skin type? not whatever cream you smear on?
skykid3

anti-stretch marks??I thought that was down to skin type? not whatever … anti-stretch marks??I thought that was down to skin type? not whatever cream you smear on?



It says on the box that after 8 weeks:
Existing stretch marks were visibly reduced by 39%
Skin feels more moisturised, tight and stretched feeling is reduced
Skin is more supple and elastic.

I don't think you need to have stretchmarks or be pregnant to use this. It's a moisturising body oil. After using on my arms it absorbed well enough for me not to feel I must wash my hands. They weren't oily, perfect for winter dry skin. It's natural,a good brand and just £1. You can also use it on wet skin apparently, so good to use straight after a shower.
Edited by: "carltonbp" 29th Dec 2011
They have this in Home Bargains for the same price (I think) if you don't have a Poundland nearby - HOT
flange
this any better than bio oil?
Great find, RoC stuff is v good, this is a good moisturer, will be hot- footing it off to try and grab some tomoz, ta!
Eez1

this any better than bio oil?



Get some shea cocoa butter if you got stretch marks, I got some from bulking too fast but after using shea cocoa butter they have gone away significantly.
Edited by: "BananaMannn" 29th Dec 2011
Think of stretchmarks like a ladder in a pair of tights - once it's there, it is never going to go away no matter what you do to it. Likewise, stretchmarks in pregnancy are partly due to significant weightgain, but if you're going to get them no cream in the world will stop it.

£1 for a good moisturiser, bargain. But anti-stretchmark cream it is not.





Edited by: "1on4" 30th Dec 2011
none in my local store:(
None in Nottinghan
THat's a shame. You'll see know loads of them on ebay. Everytime there's something good in my local 99p store you can guarantee there's people on ebay suddenly selling 10 or 20 of them.
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