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Belly Bandit®

Breast Stretch Mark Therapy

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$29.99
 
2 Pack
2 Pack
2 Pack
2 Pack
2 Pack
2 Pack
Belly Bandit®
Breast Stretch Mark Therapy

New Product Alert!

$29.99
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When to Wear
BEFORE, DURING & AFTER PREGNANCY
Description

Our Breast Stretch Mark Therapy sheets provide targeted hydration to help minimize the appearance of stretch marks and soothe itchy, dry skin without messy creams, oils, and lotions. Thin and pliable sheets can be trimmed for a custom fit and are invisible under clothing. Wear them day or night, during and after pregnancy, to help keep your skin soft and supple.

Why You'll Love It
  • Washable and reusable up to 15 times
  • Can be trimmed for the perfect fit
  • Adheres easily with no sticky residue
  • Ergonomically shaped, thin, and flexible
Details Matter
  • Includes two latex-free self-adhesive silicone sheets
  • Safe for use during and after pregnancy
How To Wear
  • Peel off backing and adhere to clean skin
  • Wear at least 12 hours a day for maximum benefit
  • Wash in warm soapy water after use
  • If sheets lose stickiness, wash with mild soap and cool water
  • To customize fit: Before removing plastic backing, place sheet against breast, trace and trim to desired shape
  • Reusable up to 15 times
  • Store in a cool, dry place
Specifications & Care
Care
  • Hand wash in warm water with gentle soap
  • Lay flat with adhesive side up to dry
  • When not in use, store on provided reusable clear plastic
  • If sheets lose stickiness, wash with mild soap and cool water
  • Store at 68-77° F (20-25° C)

Warnings

  • Product is not sterile
  • Do not use on open wounds or skin that is scabbing or oozing
  • Prior to use, discuss any concerns with your physician
  • Avoid direct contact with eyes and mucous membranes
  • In case of an allergic reaction or rash, discontinue use and consult your physician
  • For external use only
  • Choking hazard: Keep out of reach of children and pets; sheets may present a choking hazard
When to Wear
BEFORE, DURING & AFTER PREGNANCY
 
 

Our Breast Stretch Mark Therapy sheets provide targeted hydration to help minimize the appearance of stretch marks and soothe itchy, dry skin without messy creams, oils, and lotions. Thin and pliable sheets can be trimmed for a custom fit and are invisible under clothing. Wear them day or night, during and after pregnancy, to help keep your skin soft and supple.

  • Washable and reusable up to 15 times
  • Can be trimmed for the perfect fit
  • Adheres easily with no sticky residue
  • Ergonomically shaped, thin, and flexible

  • Peel off backing and adhere to clean skin
  • Wear at least 12 hours a day for maximum benefit
  • Wash in warm soapy water after use
  • If sheets lose stickiness, wash with mild soap and cool water
  • To customize fit: Before removing plastic backing, place sheet against breast, trace and trim to desired shape
  • Reusable up to 15 times
  • Store in a cool, dry place

  • Hand wash in warm water with gentle soap
  • Lay flat with adhesive side up to dry
  • When not in use, store on provided reusable clear plastic
  • If sheets lose stickiness, wash with mild soap and cool water
  • Store at 68-77° F (20-25° C)

Warnings

  • Product is not sterile
  • Do not use on open wounds or skin that is scabbing or oozing
  • Prior to use, discuss any concerns with your physician
  • Avoid direct contact with eyes and mucous membranes
  • In case of an allergic reaction or rash, discontinue use and consult your physician
  • For external use only
  • Choking hazard: Keep out of reach of children and pets; sheets may present a choking hazard

  • Includes two latex-free self-adhesive silicone sheets
  • Safe for use during and after pregnancy

Top FAQs
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What do pregnancy breast stretch marks look like?

Stretch marks are often a pinkish, purple, or red color when they first form. They typically fade to a paler or whiter color over time.

Is it normal to have stretch marks on breasts?

Stretch marks are stripes or streaks that occur when the skin is stretched. They’re a very normal occurrence. Nearly everyone has stretch marks. It’s common for stretch marks to occur on the breasts as well as other areas of the body. Hormonal changes that occur during puberty can trigger a rapid growth of breast tissue.

As the breast tissue increases, the skin stretches. The thinning of the skin can lead to stretch marks on the breasts. Stretch marks are a normal part of puberty for many girls. Some may also notice stretch marks on their thighs, hips, and butt. Women who gain weight will often notice that the fat tissue in their breasts also increases. As their breast size increases, stretch marks can occur. Though fat tissue decreases if you experience weight loss, stretch marks on the breasts can still occur. This is caused by a loss of collagen that can happen during weight loss, resulting in the loss of skin elasticity.

What week of pregnancy do breast stretch marks appear?

About six weeks into pregnancy, the breasts will start to grow as increased estrogen levels trigger breast growth and the growth of milk ducts. Some may notice a breast increase of up to two cup sizes. This quick growth can result in stretch marks.

Do breast stretch marks go away after pregnancy?

Just like scars, stretch marks change in appearance the longer you have them. When they first appear, stretch marks look red to purple. They are usually very light, raised lesions. As time goes on, stretch marks start to fade to a lighter color. As stretch marks become older, they may turn whitish and become slightly depressed, smaller marks. The surface may also become more wrinkled.

How do you keep your breasts hydrated while pregnant?

Drinking plenty of water is always recommended. Additionally, massaging the skin. Massage is thought to help increase blood flow and collagen production, which may help the stretch marks fade. To do this, massage the breasts for at least 30 seconds. You can use creams that treat stretch marks during the massage for best results. Cocoa butter or shea butter is also hydrating. They’re both nourishing and contain vitamin E, which is good for skin health.

How can I reduce stretch marks on my breasts?

Exfoliation can definitely help. Using a soft-bristled brush or an exfoliating scrub can speed up the process of collagen production and improve the appearance of your skin. Only choose one exfoliating product. If you use more than one, it may irritate your skin. Start with exfoliation every other day. Stretch mark creams are also sold over the counter and contain a mix of ingredients that theoretically help fade scars and improve skin elasticity.

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Hannah O.
No more itchy boobs!

I have so many stretch marks all over my breasts, which makes them super itchy. These help reduce the itchiness and also help moisturize them.

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