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Best New Mum Maternity Skincare Products – The Mother&Baby Awards Shortlist

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Can’t decide which new mum products to buy? Take a look at the products that our mum testers think deserve a place on our Mother&Baby Awards 2015.
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Cussons Mum & Me Bump stretch Mark Cream, £9.99, Cussons Mum & Me

The effects of pregnancy can take their toll on your body and stretch marks are a common result. Cussons Mum & Me clinically proven Stretch Mark Cream contains Lupin Seed extract known to help boost skin elasticity. This rich, soothing cream is the perfect way to help boost skin's elasticity, helping keep stretch marks at bay.
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Cussons Mum & Me Calm & Soothe Arnica Soak, £3.49, Cussons Mum & Me

The Calm & Soothe Bath Soak is fragrance free and hypoallergenic, helping you to relax as a new mum. The low-foam formulation is gynaecologically tested and contains Arnica which is known to reduce bruising.
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Bio Oil, £14.99 for 125ml,

Bio-oil is designed to maximise the skin's elasticity to prevent the appearance of stretchmarks. It combines some of the most important skincare ingredients including vitamin A and E with calendula, lavender, rosemary and chamomile oils, plus the unique ingredient, PurCellin Oil that absorbs deep into the second layer of the skin.
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Nourishing Stretch Mark Oil, £6, NSPA

With a luxurious blend of sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, vitamin A and E, this easily absorbed oil is designed to reduce stretch marks forming. It boosts the elasticity of your skin, leaving it soft, supple and instantly hydrated.
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Pomegranate & Pumpkin Seed stretch Mark System, £45, Pai Skincare

This innovative product duo, made of an organic oil and cream improves the visible effects of stretch marks. The rich and replenishing oil intensively conditions skin to keep it soft and supple, while the buttery cream drives water deep into dry and tight scar tissue to minimise damage.
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Bepanthen Stretch Mark Cream, £24.99, Bepanthen

Bepanthen stretch mark cream is dermatologically tested, hypoallergenic and free from colours and preservatives. It contains centella asiatica which stimulates collagen, strengthens skin and is known to reduce the development of stretch marks.
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