Formula for Belly Cream

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Belly cream is something that you can use to help prevent stretch marks. Learn the formula for belly cream with help from one of the leading authorities on non-invasive and non-surgical cosmetic and dermatological treatments and procedures in this free video clip.

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Hi, everybody, I'm Dr. Tabasum Mir of Mir Skin Dermatology here in New York City. Now there are a lot of my patients that come in while they're pregnant and they want to know the best belly balm that they can use to help prevent stretch marks while their baby bump expands. Now, as a woman gets pregnant, as her belly expands, the skin on top of that belly that's starting to stretch. When it's not adequately moisturized, that's when you start to see stretch marks. There are a lot of other factors like genetics and that sort of thing. But the best thing you can do to prevent yourself from getting stretch marks as your baby bump increases, is to really moisturize. This is consisting of the following ingredients. Coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter and vitamin E. So, the first thing you want to do is combine the cocoa butter and the coconut oil and put that in a little microwave safe bowl. Pop that in the microwave for anywhere from two to 10 seconds, depending on how much you put in. Once that's melted down, you can add the shea butter, mix that all up together. And then, finally add the vitamin E. Vitamin E is the last step that you'll need, so that you can have this to be able to remain a nice lotion that you can apply on your belly. And then, after you finish creating it, you can put it in the fridge, like I said. And use it over and over again any time you need it. This is a great way to hydrate your skin, moisturize that belly. So that as it expands, it can be less prone to having stretch marks. I hope that these tips helped you. I'm Dr. Tabasum Mir of Mir Skin, thank you.


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