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ATTITUDE Blooming Belly Natural Stretch Oil
Almond & Argan 75 mL
Celebrate being a mother with the nourishing and regenerative caress of argan extracts in this Attitude Blooming Belly Natural Stretch Oil Almond & Argan.

Features:
  • This product was developed with uncompromised safety in mind and is made with worry-free ingredients
  • NO cancer-causing chemicals, mutagens and reproductive toxins
  • Hypoallergenic

Directions: Apply at least twice a day with light, circular movements onto blooming belly, breasts, thighs and other areas. Use from the beginning of your pregnancy.

Ingredients: Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, argania spinosa (argan) kernel oil, hydrogenated soy polyglycerides, c15-23 alkane (vegetable), rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil.


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Lili: a few months ago

I am a big fan of Attitude products, but this one is not my favorite and I do not think I will buy it again. Overall it is an OK product, but I was surprised that it takes forever to get absorbed by the skin. Sometimes, my belly is still greasy after hours following application of this cream.


Stephanie: a few months ago

Love this! Skin is so soft after using!


Stefanie: a few months ago

Great product during pregnancy. It soothes itch and helps feel better when belly skin feels tight. Its not scented so a sensitive pregnancy nose can tolerate it well.


Joanie: a few months ago

Love this jelly texture oil, it is easy to use and my skin absorb it fast. It practically smells nothing, it's a great fact because all the regular oil for belly or stretch mark smells way too much.


Virginie: about a year ago

Nice delicat smell but I would like to absorbe faster.


Monique: more than a year ago

Initially hated this cream because in cold weather, it hardens up so bad, it won't come out of the tube, think lanolin hard (it's the exact same). In warmer weather, it comes out slightly thick and oily, not too runny. I'm getting used to it. It's oily like grape seed and doesn't absord as much as I would like it to, but its purpose is to create a barrier and sink in at the same time. It seems to do a bit of both, anyway.

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