Stretch marks are common in the latter half of pregnancy and
tend to show up on the abdomen, breasts, thighs, hips and
buttocks. At first, the marks look reddish-purple but the
colour fades after pregnancy and they become less noticeable.
What causes stretch marks?
Although the skin is usually fairly elastic, when it's overstretched
by rapid growth, the normal production of collagen is disrupted.
During pregnancy, the hormones that soften the collagen ligaments
of the pelvis to prepare it for childbirth, also increase
the likelihood of stretch marks.
How do I guard against
Keep your skin well moisturised with Johnson's® Pure Tissue
Oil, which contains a unique blend of oils clinically proven
to visibly improve the condition of your skin.
- Stretch marks - With
regular use, Johnson's® Pure Tissue Oil helps reduce
the appearance of existing stretch marks and helps prevent
new ones forming.
- Elasticity - It will
improve skin firmness, softness and elasticity.
- Hydration - It moisturises
your skin and helps to relieve pregnancy itches.
- Scars - After six
weeks of use, it will help reduce the appearance of
- Marks and blotches
- It helps to visibly reduce the appearance of dark
marks and skin blotchiness.
often should I use Johnson's Pure Tissue Oil?
Johnson's® Pure Tissue Oil should be rubbed into the skin
twice daily. The light, non-greasy formula is quickly absorbed,
leaving skin soft and supple.
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