Kambua Shares Amazing Secret On Controlling Pregnancy Stretchmarks

Heavily pregnant TV girl and Songtress Kambua Manundu popularly known by her stage name Kambua Muziki, has come out to advise women on how to control Pregnancy Stretchmarks before and after birth.

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It is expected that most women would develop stretch marks on various parts of their bodies during pregnancy. The common areas where stretch marks occur during pregnancy are the abdomen, breasts, thighs, lower back, and buttocks.

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Taking to social media, KambuaMuziki shared about her journey with pregnancy stretchmarks stating that raw shea butter is what worked for her growing tummy in controlling stretchmarks. She has also promised to give the product to three expectant women as free giveaways.


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*Giveaway alert*💃🏾 This one’s for the mommy’s who are #bumping🤰🏾. So, very early on, I broke the news to one of my girls (she has two littu’ ones). She had lots of advice to share, but one that she emphasized on was keeping the bump moisturised to avoid stretch marks. Her #1 recommendation was Olive oil, but I couldn’t stomach the smell (pun😉). Again my friend Gasheri to the rescue! She told me about raw Shea butter. And I immediately got on it. So here’s the thing, it’s not a magic wand for existing stretch marks- instead, it helps diminish their appearance and minimises the development of new ones, by increasing your skin’s elasticity. Plus, the smell works for me 🙆🏾‍♀️. This would be my #1 recommendation. So, I want to give 3 momma’s a package from @shethnaturals . Only qualification is, you need to be in your 1st Tri. You can nominate a sister or a friend too. As always, the hashtag is #dauntless, and no DM’S 🚫. Twende kazi🤗 . . #2019 #shethnaturals #dauntless #bumping #stretchmarks #moisturising #motherhood #IamKenyan🇰🇪

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If stretch marks are not managed well, they can be stubborn and persist for many months after birth. However, there are some natural products which can be used to control them.

Kambua has shared something that has worked for her. If it works for her maybe it could work for you.



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