Metro Mama & Metro Baby

By Deepa Arora Das

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Seven months pregnant and growing, my body is being poked, kicked, and stretched to the max! As my beautiful abs slowly turn into the most beautiful baby bump, I fear the worst…stretch marks (okay it’s not the worst, but it’s not great). Trying to avoid them, as most mommies do, I have tried several stretch mark creams, oils, lotions, balms, and salves. And on my journey to tummy heaven, I came across an angel.

Tummy Rub Stretch Mark Butter by Mama Mio Skincare is the best product I have used to prevent stretch marks. I felt gorgeous just applying it. Its rich, thick and creamy formula rubs into my skin effortlessly with out any greasy or sticky leftovers. The combination of shea butter, borage oil, sweet almond oil, wheat germ oil, and rosehip oil pamper your bump beautifully. It made my skin both feel and smell so amazing that I couldn’t help but to indulge and use it all over my body.

The Mama Mio Skincare line is available at and there are products available for every woman’s worst fears, from wrinkles to scars to any sagging issues. In a few more months, my beautiful bump will turn into a bundle of joy and I will be ready for Mama Mio’s Bootcamp for Tummies, an all-in-one 30-day skincare and exercise system. If it is anything like the stretch mark butter, my beautiful abs should be back in no time.

Originally published April 2012
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