Alicia Gabrielle: I have 3 kids. 3 kids means stretch marks. I've always embraced them until a few months back when they started to ITCH. I've tried all kinds of stuff and nothing works, until I got Maxelder argan cream stuff! ( i bought from w….nyarganoil..c ) OMG what a relief to not be constantly itchy.
Natasha Kelly: Lucky friend! :)
Olivia Grigore: Is the consistency still whipped even after a few months? Also, how does the consistency of the butter change in warm vs cooler homes? I enjoyed your video. Thank you.
l don: Going to try this, it looks seems so much better to make it your self
Alan Herrera: AWESOME! my girlfriend will now love mE ! :D
connie black: Great video thx for re explaining what you did at the end :)
BeautifulHealthyMom: I love this!!
Colorful Canary: There are no specific risks that have formally been identified for use of Rosehip while pregnant. However, normal caution should be applied as there is insufficient research to indicate that it is safe to use during pregnancy.
missy5sanalee: thank u I always do this recipe some times I add shea butter to the mix, so can I add rose hip oil while pregnant?!
Colorful Canary: It's great stuff, and is safe and economical too :)
Leona Rodriguez: Let them say what they want..cocoa butter got rid of MY stretch marks..love cocoa butter :)
Colorful Canary: Np :)
Sheena Brown: Thank you for the recipe and email about my hubbys hands! :-)
Colorful Canary: Cocoa butter has been used for 100+ years as a preventive of stretch marks. Cocoa butter helps make your superficial skin more elastic and gives your skin more room for expansion. This helps prevent the occurring of stretch marks. It's not to cure stretch marks that have already occurred but will help prevent them from developing in the first place. Several family members and friends who were typically prone to stretch marks have used this with quite good results, so that's good enough for me.
Mi Styles: And to add to that, cocoa butter doesn't actually heal anything. The rubbing and massaging you do stimulates cell reproduction, which heals and repairs the stretch mark at a faster rate. basically any oil or lotion will work, even water, to use as a lubricant for massaging.
Mi Styles: Cocoa butter doesn't prevent stretch marks. Stretch marks occur depending on how much elastin you have in your skin, it's a PROTEIN. Moisturing won't effect that at all. You should really look at science first instead of making false claims. cocoa butter is only effective AFTER you get the stretch marks, for healing and fading.
Colorful Canary: 100% pure cocoa butter is extremely hard, if you want it to be able to rub into your skin you will need to blend it with an oil. :)
Andie Frost: Could you just use the coco butter by itself?
Colorful Canary: Thank you very much! :) <3
Krystal LM: I went to two of your videos without even knowing they were yours - Loved both of them! Very helpful! Subscribed!
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