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Palmer's Cocoa Butter For Stretch Marks

Palmer's Cocoa Butter For Stretch MarksIf you caught this week’s episode of How To Look Good Naked, it’s likely you’ll have already been out and bought the winning stretch mark treatment. For those of you who missed this week’s competition, the four products tested were Bio Oil (£8.95), Palmer’s Cocoa Butter (£4.99), Rodial Stretchmark Eraser (£78.00) and Stri-Vectin SD (£135).

Again, it was the cheapest product that came up trumps – Palmer’s Cocoa Butter at just £4.99 was voted the most effective product for stretch marks. I don’t know about you but I’m more than willing to give up £5 to see if this is true and will be purchasing it this weekend.

I’d be pretty annoyed if I’d spent £135 on a cream that scored the least points. Luckily I don’t have enough spare cash to spend that much on a cream in the first place!

One Response to “Palmer's Cocoa Butter For Stretch Marks”

  1. The New Pink » Blog Archive » Garnier Eye Wrinkle Cream Says:

    […] On last night’s episode of How To Look Good Naked, it was eye wrinkle creams that were put to the test. In both the previous episodes I managed to watch, the cheapest products scored the highest points (Palmer’s Cocoa Butter For Stretch Marks, and Nivea’s Goodbye Cellulite) so I thought it was about time a more expensive product won and proved you get what you pay for. […]