Stratamark - Reviews

4.1from 99 reviews

The breakthrough medical product for the prevention and treatment of stretch marks.

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Stratamark is a novel medical product, specifically designed and clinically proven for the prevention and treatment of stretch marks (Striae Distensae). Stratamark dries to form a thin, flexible and protective gel sheet that is gas permeable and waterproof. It does not penetrate below the level of the top layer of the skin (stratum corneum).

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Emily avatar Emily VIC
August 1, 2019
Is this still suitable for stretch marks after birth
Tanisha avatar Tanisha NSW
August 4, 2019
Used the sample all up and will be purchasing full sized products! Love the reviews and the product looks reassuring.
Liz avatar Liz ACT
August 5, 2019
Seemed to work
Elle avatar Elle QLD Mum of 1
August 9, 2019
very nourishing
Ira avatar Ira VIC Mum of 2
August 9, 2019
Works well
Graham  avatar Graham NSW
August 10, 2019
Hopeful going to purchase a full size product to see how it goes
Clare avatar Clare ACT Mum of 3
August 20, 2019
Didn't help my stretch marks after my second birth, though I'm sure the damage was done from my first babe.
Clare avatar Clare NSW
August 24, 2019
This product is highly moisturising and less messy than similar products like Bio Oil. I would use this for my next pregnancy from the first trimester.
Krystal avatar Krystal QLD Mum of 1
August 31, 2019
September 1, 2019
Very nice product, very moisture intensive

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