Again, because you're not so much getting rid of something as making it less obvious, this product works best if you use it regularly -- at least once a day works for me. There is some anecdotal evidence among my informal testers that using Palmer's Cocoa Butter for Stretch Marks will actually help prevent the formation of the little buggers to begin with, and while I can't swear to that, it seems worth a try. The worst that can happen is you'll smell delicious and have , and that ain't bad.
Absolutely. Palmer's Cocoa Butter for Stretch Marks is one of my personal favorite cheapo products, and I'd recommend it to anyone who's dealing with stretch marks. It's a great thing to have on hand early in a pregnancy, or any time you're losing or gaining weight.*
Cocoa butter has its benefits but the ability to reduce stretch marks would not fall under such a category. There are a number of much better products on the market. Palmers Cocoa Butter Lotion for Stretch Marks is simply ineffective and rather hodgepodge in terms of its ingredients. So, if you want to avoid wasting your time and money, it would be best to skip this product.
It can be very difficult to discuss the pros of a product that, ultimately, will not deliver on intended results. Yes, Palmers Cocoa Butter Lotion for Stretch Marks is easy to apply to the skin. It can also be considered fairly reasonable in price as compared to other products on the market. It may (Emphasis on the word “may”) help prevent stretch marks but it is not going to do much for those marks that have already emerged.