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Scretch Mark

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    kelshiu is offline Registered User
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    Scretch Mark

    Do you have Scretch mark when carrying your Twins?
    IF YES --> When does it appear?

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    To be honest, stretch marks completely depend on YOU. I would guess that with twins you would get them because you do get so much bigger, however it really depends on the elasticity of your skin and things like that. There's no hard and fast rule for stretch marks.
    All the best,
    Katie

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrbabe1 View Post
    To be honest, stretch marks completely depend on YOU. I would guess that with twins you would get them because you do get so much bigger, however it really depends on the elasticity of your skin and things like that. There's no hard and fast rule for stretch marks.
    Thanks for your info/!

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    My Wife is now in her 8th month and no stretch mark appear, hope this will continue!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelshiu View Post
    My Wife is now in her 8th month and no stretch mark appear, hope this will continue!
    Fingers crossed for you. I didn't get them til two weeks before delivery! I was so mad - to go that long and not get any and then two weeks to go... I only got a couple however so I can't complain and they as good as disappear in a couple of months.

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    Khiel's Nourishing Cream

    our genetics play a big part on our stretch marks, and i truly envy those who don't have any! not to sound boastful, my skin's always in great condition; not prone to zits and breakouts... but nevertheless, i wasn't spared from STRETCH MARKS!!!

    i'm currently 6th months on the way, to my 3rd child, and i've already got a few, new marks just above my naval! they are not at all "itchy" though, comparing to my previous pregnancies, thanks to this great body cream i've discovered from khiel's. i just walked in the store and asked the sales people if they had anything for stretch marks (which they didn't have) but they did recommended me this nourishing cream that magically stopped all the itching. i do believe though that investing on a good cream does help reduce deeper stretch marks that are caused by scratching. (i guess that's how i got my old ones... i avoided scratching, no matter how itchy, but apparently i've no control over my hands while asleep :Fsleepy: )

    kelshiu, your wife is very lucky not to have any marks on her 8th month, but its not certain yet that she will be spared! buy her some creams, not necessarily for stretch marks which are really a rip-off, but get her something that relieves excessively dry skin, which keeps the skin nourished all day, and is not greasy at all... something like what i got!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KukiMomster View Post
    our genetics play a big part on our stretch marks, and i truly envy those who don't have any! not to sound boastful, my skin's always in great condition; not prone to zits and breakouts... but nevertheless, i wasn't spared from STRETCH MARKS!!!

    i'm currently 6th months on the way, to my 3rd child, and i've already got a few, new marks just above my naval! they are not at all "itchy" though, comparing to my previous pregnancies, thanks to this great body cream i've discovered from khiel's. i just walked in the store and asked the sales people if they had anything for stretch marks (which they didn't have) but they did recommended me this nourishing cream that magically stopped all the itching. i do believe though that investing on a good cream does help reduce deeper stretch marks that are caused by scratching. (i guess that's how i got my old ones... i avoided scratching, no matter how itchy, but apparently i've no control over my hands while asleep :Fsleepy: )

    kelshiu, your wife is very lucky not to have any marks on her 8th month, but its not certain yet that she will be spared! buy her some creams, not necessarily for stretch marks which are really a rip-off, but get her something that relieves excessively dry skin, which keeps the skin nourished all day, and is not greasy at all... something like what i got!
    Thanks!
    My wife will be due next month, and no scretch yet, good luck to her!!
    She is wearing the cream by Dermatologist now.

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    My friend had stretch marks after delivery. She used pure almond oil and it worked like a miracle. All stretch marks were gone. Just one think that she dint like was the smeel of pure almond oil. :P

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