I used this from as soon as I was showing until a fee months after having my baby. Idk how well it treats stretch marks but I feel like it helped prevent them. The only place I got stretch marks were very minor on my inner thigh which I didn't think to use this on (pregnancy =water retention and weight gain every where it isn't just your belly and breasts) And very minor ones where I used this surrounding a torn ligament. Make sure to get enough coverage around round ligaments. That's like the ten and two of the bottom of your preggo belly. My advise is obviously targeted at mom's to be but I used the bottle up even after and it is a great daily moisturizer.
I absolutely did not like this but I'm not going to give the lowest rating because it's my fault for not reading ingredients. I thought since it was called hydro boost it would be water based but it is not.
This is the only moisturizer that does not break me out but it is a little heavy for me and that's frustrating because I don't have many options. It's great if you have acne and sensitive skin it shouldn't break you out but downside is heavier and greasoer than I would like. When wearing makeup I skip it.
Good, but over priced for sure. I feel like it is useful for young people to make the routine easier by putting steps in the bottles but there are cheaper ways. Proactive is slightly better than the drug store knock off but it's the routine that makes the difference. It's not a mircle but helps.