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Tummy Rub Stretch Mark Oil

say NO to stretch marks!

Protect your tummy (and boobs, hips and thighs) against stretch marks with our super-elasticising omega-packed blend of natural oils. This is the gold standard in bump care.



• maximum protection against stretch marks and itchy tummies

• No Nasties means safe to use when pregnant and nursing

• helps your body bounce back quicker after baby

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120ml |4.1fl.oz

Mama Mio Tummy Rub Stretch Mark Oil
How to use

Rub on twice daily, from above your boobs to below your butt – front, back and sides.

Hot Tip
Tummy Rub is not just about the growing it is also about the shrinking back down to normal size and maintaining your skin tone. Keep rubbing for at least four months after baby has arrived on the scene.

How it works

Mama Mio Tummy Rubs are primarily designed for one thing: increasing skin elasticity. You’re gonna grow, you’re gonna shrink; and no-one tells you your skin doesn’t have to suffer – but it’s a battle and you have to fight! Your secret weapon is the continual and plentiful use of Omega 3, 6 and 9 to build your skin’s strength and elasticity.

Every ingredient in Mama Mio Tummy Rub Stretch Mark Oil has a distinct moisturising purpose and is laden with Omega 3, 6 and 9 – superfood for the skin. Our Tummy Rub Stretch Mark Oil is a perfectly balanced blend of four oils:

Sweet Almond Oil is rich in all important omegas and very nourishing. It is highly moisturising and quickly absorbed, leaving a soft sheen on the skin with no residue.

Borage Oil is an ancient oil used in the Far East for thousands of years, it’s one of the richest sources of Essential Fatty Acids omegas, specifically gamma-linolenic acid (rich in omega 6) is very effective in healing damaged skin. Borage Oil is wonderfully moisturising and very active as it is quickly recognised and utilised by the skin.

Wheatgerm Oil is rich in Vitamin E and is amazingly healing and nourishing to the skin. In addition Vitamin E is useful for its role as a powerful anti-oxidant, soaking up free radicals (so that’s age-defying) and helping those superfoods get on with their vital work.

Rosehip Seed Oil is very rich in Omega 3 and 6, which are beneficial for the treatment of damaged and distressed skin by providing intense moisturisation. This oil has the added benefit of naturally occurring trans-retinoic acid (think benefits of retin–A but without side effects) which is very helpful in preventing stretch marks.

Gravida is our amazing essential oil fragrance; a blend of 10 pregnancy-safe, pregnancy-specific natural oils which smells gorgeous to even the most sensitive of noses.

And finally, here is the full monty ingredients list with extra info for the non-scientists amongst us:

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcus (Emollient/Moisturizer/Skin conditioning agent)
Triticum Vulgare Oil (Healing and nourishing, a powerful anti-oxidant)
Barago Officinalis (Emollient. Richest sources of EFAs, moisturising, effective in healing damaged skin)
Rosa Moschata Seed Oil (Beneficial for the treatment of distressed skin by providing intense moisturisation)
Parfum (Fragrance)
Tocopherol (Antioxident/Vitamin E)
Limonene (Fragrance from Lavendar oil, allergens from natural essential oils)
Linalool (Fragrance from Lavendar oil, allergens from natural essential oils)
Citral (Allergens derived from essential oils)
Citronellol (Allergens derived from essential oils)
Evernia Furfuracea (Allergens derived from essential oils)
Benzyl Benzoate (Allergens derived from essential oils)

  • by Erin
    Swear by it

    I got tons of stretch marks when i was 12 years old from just growing (both wider and taller) so as soon as i got pregnant I was positive I was doomed. I bought both this product and the body butter and used religiously as soon as my belly started growing and managed ONE miniscule stretch mark I barely noticed until I searched. I swear this had to be the only reason I didn't get a million.

  • by Anne
    Genius

    Great product I used it in my first pregnancy and I'm pregnant again and will be smothering myself in it again. No stretch marks on me!

  • by Jess
    Doha, Qatar

    This product is by far the best out in the Market. When i found out that i was expecting, the first thing i thought is that if i don't look after myself I'd definitely get some stretch marks. I tried products from chicco and mother-care to see the different, and they kinda help but don't feel the same quality as this product! am now 7 months and still have no new stretchmarks from pregnancy! i will keep using and applying this product as well as the tummy butter and will see how it goes, but i am confident that my skin will be well looked after by these products! just amazing!!!!

  • by Sara
    North Carolina

    Absolutely works! I used the Tummy Rub oil everyday since the beginning of my pregnancy and not one single stretch mark! I recommend this product to any woman that is going to have a baby!! Thanks for a great product!!

  • by Meredith
    Osborn

    I have had 2 kids and faithfully used both the oil and the rub all over my hips and tummy I have no stretch marks from my pregnancies. And i seriously do give it to every friend who is pregnant - I swear by them!

  • near hereford

    Its one of the better products on the shelves

  • wellingborough

    I love this product because it really does soothe tired feet and legs. It feels great to give them a good massage at the end of a busy day and make them feel refreshed again. I've tried many different products but this is the best one that I can find.

  • ESSEX

    Perfect for my hols! a simple must have in my suitcase x

  • Leeds

    It is a great relief when you have been at work all day

  • Northallerton

    It is such a treat after chasing a very energetic 2 year old all day.

  • by Amanda
    Great Yarmouth

    It's the perfect treat after running around for five children


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