Mederma® Stretch Marks

Stretch Marks 50 g, 150 g

  • Stretch Marks

Mederma® Stretch Marks Therapy combines botanical ingredients in a nourishing formula that hydrates skin to help prevent stretch marks and is clinically shown to improve the appearance of existing stretch marks.

  • Unique Triple Benefit Formula
    Unique Triple Benefit Formula
  • Cream Format
    Cream Format
  • Safe to use for pregnant women (from the second trimester)
    Safe to use for pregnant women (from the second trimester)

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General

INTENSIVE CREAM FORMULA bringing together Cepalin® botanical extract, Hyalluronic Acid, and Centella Asiatica extract to visibly reduce stretch marks and hydrate skin

Benefits
  • Visibly reduces appearance of stretch marks from just 1 month1
  • UNIQUE TRIPLE BENEFIT FORMULA penetrates beneath the surface of the skin to help: hydrate & regenerate skin cells, reduce excess collagen, and reduce redness of scars1
  • Over 20 years of expertise in scar science
Direction to use

For best results, apply Mederma® Marks Cream at least twice a day by gently and evenly massaging into skin in a circular motion on all areas of the body you wish to care for. While some see visible results after 4 weeks of treatment, greater improvements are seen after 12 weeks of daily application.1

Warning
  • For external use only.
  • When using this product, do not get into eyes.
  • Start to use Mederma® as soon as your wound has closed and apply evenly every day.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
References

(1) – Draelos Z.D., Gold M. H., Kaur M. , Olayinka B. , Grundy S.L, Pappert EJ, . Hardas B. Evaluation of an onion extract, Centella asiatica, and hyaluronic acid cream in the appearance of striae rubra. Skinme. Mar-Apr 2010;8(2):80-6.

UNIQUE TRIPLE BENEFIT FORMULA

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Can Mederma® Stretch Marks be used on atrophic scars?

Some stretch marks are types of atrophic scars. Mederma® Stretch Marks is formulated for use on stretch marks; please use the product as directed.

Just had surgery and still have stitches, when can I start using Mederma® Stretch Marks?

Mederma® Stretch Marks was formulated with stretch marks in mind, but can be applied to scars. You can begin using Mederma® Stretch Marks as soon as your wound has closed or your sutures have been removed. Mederma® is not intended for use on open wounds. If a scab formed, wait until the scab falls off. While there is still a scab or stitches present, keep the wound clean and covered.

Who should use Mederma® Stretch Marks?

Anyone with stretch marks can use Mederma® Stretch Marks. Mederma® Stretch Marks was formulated for stretch marks in mind, but can be applied to scars. All Mederma® products should be used as directed. If you have experienced reactions to skin care products before, please read the ingredients listed on the package before using. If you are unsure if Mederma® is right for you, please contact a healthcare professional for guidance.

How long can one use Mederma® Stretch Marks?

For optimal results, use Mederma® Stretch Marks as directed – apply to your stretch marks or scars twice a day, morning and night. Mederma® Stretch Marks can visibly reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars within four to eight weeks*. If you have concerns about using the product during pregnancy, seek the advice of a healthcare professional. *Draelos Z.D.,  Gold M. H., Kaur M. ,  Olayinka B. ,  Grundy S.L,  Pappert EJ, . Hardas B. Evaluation of an onion extract, Centella asiatica, and hyaluronic acid cream in the appearance of striae rubra. Skinme. Mar-Apr 2010;8(2):80-6.

How long should one use Mederma® Stretch Marks to achieve desired result ?

For optimal results, use Mederma® Stretch Marks as directed – apply to your stretch marks or scars twice a day, morning and night. Mederma® Stretch Marks can visibly reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars within four to eight weeks*. *Draelos Z.D.,  Gold M. H., Kaur M. ,  Olayinka B. ,  Grundy S.L,  Pappert EJ, . Hardas B. Evaluation of an onion extract, Centella asiatica, and hyaluronic acid cream in the appearance of striae rubra. Skinme. Mar-Apr 2010;8(2):80-6.

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