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This soothing, anti-itching balm leaves skin moisturized and helps reduce sensations of tightness and itchiness for a soft and supple feeling.
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Gel tones and firms the skin to help remodel the post-partum body, leaving the skin feeling cool and soft. Ingredient highlights include avocado peptides, Centella Asiatica and more.
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Non-greasy, fast-absorbing cream helps prevent the appearance of stretch marks. Ingredient highlights include avocado peptides, beeswax, shea butter and more.
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