I was pregnant last year, and I had been using pure vitamin e from the first month until the fifth month, when I noticed two tiny tears on my belly. I discovered Diva's Beauty Blog Skin care Blog, where she had "Compared" five different stretch Mark creams. Her Google adwords says: " Looking for Stretch Mark Cream? You'll be shocked by what we found!"
She says that her first subject is Rose, and she shows a before and after picture of her pregnant belly and what the revitol did for her.
I later found these exact same photos on google photos that she had scooped up and used on her website.
I was conned into thinking that revitol had a six month guarantee, but It only has a one month guarantee...Which I found out when it was too late.
I wasted $140.00 on six measly two ounce jars of a junk cream that did not deliver what it promised. I watched in dismay as my skin tore apart. (I drank tons of water, ate fresh veggies, had good nutrition, and did not gain weight too fast)
The main ingredients in revitol stretch mark prevention are: Squalene, vitamin d3, cocoa butter, vitamin e, aloe vera, hydrolyzed collagen.
All these ingredients you can order from a reputable nutritional supplements dealer such as nutrition geeks and make your own cream, and get twice the amount.
eight months after my son has been born, I have a wrinkled up belly, (and I live in bikini country Hawaii) But exfoliation, followed by lanolin and vitamin e have faded the purple completely.
The moral is: If you stretch Marked easily during puberty, you will also during pregnancy...but pure vitamin e is worth the results.
Avoid trilastin like the plague, however, I got my money back from them at least.
Please save your money, ladies!
Kailua Oahu, Hawaii