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From Fearne to Kourtney and Victoria, celeb mums reveal the beauty products they love

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How do your favourite celebrity mums manage to stay stretchmark-free and gorgeous, despite the sleepless nights? We take a look into their handbags and find out their beauty product secrets. Slather on these lotions and potions and you’ll have skin like Victoria Beckham and Frankie Bridge in no time*.

*Not a guarantee. But we’re sure you’ll be soft and smooth as a baby’s bottom.   

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Love Boo Soft & Creamy Body Smoother, £14.99, and Bosom Buddy, £18.99,

Kimberley Walsh, mum to Bobby, 10 months, says: ‘I slathered on Body Smoother and Bosom Buddy at least twice a day to prevent stretchmarks. And it worked for me.’
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Pregnancy Boob Tube, £29.50,

Kourtney Kardashian, mum to Mason, five, Penelope, three, and Reign, seven months, says: ‘I constantly used pregnancy skincare from Mama Mio – there’s a cream for your boobs. After I showered, I took five minutes to myself to apply the lotion and take care of my skin.’
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Weleda Stretch Mark Massage Oil, £15.95,

Fearne Cotton, mum to Rex, two, and expecting her second, says: ‘This body oil is great when you’re pregnant. It’s natural and smells really wonderful.’
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Neom Organics Scent to Instantly De-Stress, from £8,

Jools Oliver, mum to Poppy, 13, Daisy, 12, Petal, six, and Buddy, four, says: ‘As a busy working mum, I need time to relax and recuperate. I love Neom Organics’ stress-busting products for a little stress-less time!’
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Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil, £16.50, 

Dannii Minogue, mum to Ethan, five, says: ‘This fab organic Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil was well used on my baby bump when I was expecting my boy.’
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Dr Lipp Original Nipple Balm for Lips, £12, 

Louise Redknapp, mum to Charley, 10, and Beau, six, says: ‘I really like the fact that Dr Lipp doesn’t leave your lips feeling tacky and is great when they are feeling cracked or dry. I always have one of these balms tucked away in my bag,’
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Balance Me Super Moisturising Body Oil, £24.50,

Claudia Schiffer, mum to Caspar, 12, Clementine, 10, and Cosima, five, says: ‘I like to put a lot of cream on my tummy, as long as it’s natural. I think it really works to help stretchmarks and make the skin nice and soft.’
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Weleda Skin Food Moisturiser, £9.95,

Erin O’Connor, mum to Albert, one, says: ‘I’m all about repair and preservation. I like Weleda Skin Food moisturiser. It’s great and organic, so I could use it when I was pregnant.’
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Elemis Japanese Camellia Oil, £34,

Victoria Beckham, mum to Brooklyn, 16, Romeo, 12, Cruz, 10, and Harper, four, says: ‘During my pregnancies, I relied on Elemis Japanese Camellia Oil. I massaged it into my tummy and boobs. Honestly, it really works.’
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St. Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil, £25,

Kate Moss, mum to Lila Grace, 12, says: ‘I love using oils at night – they make you feel like your skin has been restored. St. Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil is great. Oils are just so nourishing.’
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Love Boo’s Luxury Mummy Spa Kit, £39.99,

Frankie Bridge, mum to Parker, one, and expecting her second, says: ‘I have Love Boo’s Luxury Mummy Spa Kit. The cute box has everything I need to pamper my bump. I think I’ll be using these long after my baby arrives.’

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