Dr. Butler’s Scar Reduction & Stretch Mark Cream

Stretch Mark & Scar Reducer Cream

 

Life experiences leave a lasting impression, but with the right treatment, you don’t have to live with stretch marks or scars forever. Doctor Butler’s Scar Reduction and Stretch Mark Cream formula is developed by a physician using only the best ingredients available.

Our unique blend of bio-enhanced ingredients is safe yet effective on your skin. All-natural ingredients like shea butter, rosehip oil, and other essential oils moisturize your skin for deep down advanced healing.

Product Description

Not many stretch mark or scar reduction creams can claim to be created by a doctor, like Doctor Butler’s Scar Reduction and Stretch Mark Cream. Our formula is specially formulated for scars and stretch marks caused by pregnancy or a C-section. If you have old stretch marks or scarring, it works for these, too.

Select natural ingredients work together to dissolve stretch marks and scar hyperpigmentation. Your skin needs plenty of moisture for both the healing and prevention of stretch marks, so our special blend of essential oils and shea butter delivers therapeutic nourishment to the affected skin to help clear up the blemishes.

Doctor Butler’s Scar Reduction and Stretch Mark Cream is made here in the USA. Our product goes through rigorous quality control testing to ensure each jar of cream will be safe and effective for your skin. We care about product safety for all skin types so our cream is free of any parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances, oxybenzone, PEG compounds, mineral oils, nanoparticles, or retinyl palmitate.

Stretch Mark Cream Product Overview

Receive the benefits of nature with herbs, minerals, amino acids, and essential oils.

Main Benefits

  • Diminish the appearance of stretch marks or scars
  • Safe for use during and after pregnancy or during rapid weight changes.
  • All-natural and botanically derived ingredients.
  • Paraben-free
  • Sulfate-free
  • Hypoallergenic and free of synthetic fragrances.
  • Free of chemical preservatives.
  • Free of PEG compounds.
  • Free of nanoparticles.
  • Free of retinyl palmitate.

Ingredients

Our stretch mark cream is made of a unique blend of botanicals and natural derivatives for all skin types. We carefully selected these ingredients to create the exact combination that works for most stretch mark and scar situations.

List of Ingredients

  • Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Beeswax, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Adansonia Digitata Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Punica Granatum Seed Oil, Borago Officinalis Seed Oil, Honey, Rosa Canina Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) Root Extract, Panthenol, Arginine, Thioctic Acid

Directions

Use according to package instructions. Apply the cream as needed to the skin affected by stretch marks or scarring. Continue applications until desired results are achieved.

Pregnant women or those on a rapid weight management plan can use this cream as a proactive measure against stretch marks. Apply according to package instructions to reduce the formation of stretch marks.

What Causes Stretch Marks?

Stretch marks are reddish streaks or indentations that usually appear on the skin from rapid growth or weight changes and sometimes called “tiger stripes.” They tend to lighten in color over time.

When changes in the body are too abrupt for the skin to adjust, small tears form in layers of the supporting tissue under the skin. The stretching causes the skin to pull tautly, causing the marks to appear. 

Stretch marks can be permanent. Genetics is a factor, so not all people are prone to stretch marks, even with rapid changes to the body (like pregnancy). Those with a family history of stretch marks are predisposed to stretch mark development.

Weight Gain and Loss

When the body gains or loses several pounds in a tight window of time, this may cause the skin to stretch faster than it can cope. Stretch marks from weight changes may be more noticeable after you lose weight. 

Pregnancy

To say that the body goes through changes during pregnancy is an understatement. As you prepare to bring a new life into the world, hormones take control. Pregnant women experience belly growth spurts, weight gain, and significant breast enlargement. Because of this major body transformation, pregnant women are exceptionally prone to stretch marks.

Does Stretch Mark Cream Work?

Some stretch marks are very stubborn and require advanced dermatological treatment. But with stretch mark formation, prevention is the key.

While some creams will reduce the appearance of stretch marks after drastic changes to the body (like pregnancy), it’s best to use creams on the trouble areas as a prevention method during such adjustments. 

Stretch mark cream is most effective when used as a proactive measure. Its primary benefit is to promote skin elasticity with nourishment and intensive moisturization. Proper conditioning reduces the chances of skin tearing that creates visible stretch marks.

What Makes Doctor Butler’s the Best Scar Reduction and Stretch Mark Cream

With a wide array of skin lotions for stretch marks to choose from, how is Doctor Butler’s different from the others? 

Our products are developed by Dr. Cutler who has 30 years of clinical experience. Each ingredient is hand-selected to make a cream with maximum benefit for skin recovering from dramatic changes. Our product is formulated to be mild to the skin without sacrificing potency.

As your body copes with big changes, there may be concerns over other issues. That’s why we created a formula that is hypoallergenic and gentle enough for sensitive skin. 

For a scar reduction or stretch mark cream with quality ingredients designed by a physician for long or short term use, Doctor Butler’s is the right choice!

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ABOUT DR. CUTLER

Dr. Cutler has more than 30 years of experience as a practicing physician.

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