“Climb back into your bathing suit with confidence,” the Beauxi Stretch Mark Cream boasts, and with a motto like that, it’s easy to see why I’d want to review it. So that’s what I’ll be doing in this article.
While the product is no longer available on Amazon, be aware that there are some great bundle deals on their official website, so check that out if you do decide to try Beauxi.
How Is It Supposed to Work?
The Beauxi Stretch Marks Cream is said to work both in preventing the appearance of new stretch marks by hydrating your skin, as well as in fading old stretch marks, by promoting skin cell regeneration. With the use of various potent natural ingredients, it works to reduce inflammation and smooth out your skin’s appearance.
Speaking of Which, What’s Inside It?
Right off the bat, the Beauxi cream scores some major points by being vegan, cruelty-free, and paraben-free. Its three main ingredients are:
- Horehound (Marrubium Vulgare) has long been a popular natural remedy for various skin afflictions and inflammation, such as acne or wounds. Still, more research is needed to prove its efficiency in treating any of these.
- Panthenol (Vitamin B5) is known as a powerful agent that protects the skin and reduces red, inflamed skin, as well as support the moisture barrier. Since it’s a good healer, it’s often used in treating red, itchy stretch marks.
- Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 is another hugely popular ingredient often used in anti-aging skincare to promote collagen (and thus fill in wrinkles and “cure” saggy skin by restoring bounce), and it works quite similarly in treating stretch-marked skin.
Aside from these three, it also counts some lovely ingredients like hyaluronic acid and squalane on its list, but also some baddies, among which phenoxyethanol and polysorbate-60.
The Pros and Cons of Beauxi
So what’s everyone saying about this potent little stretch marks cream?
- Light, natural scene, inoffensive for pregnant women;
- Delicate texture;
- Leaves skin feeling smooth and hydrated for a long time;
- Relieves itchiness (common with new stretch marks);
- Hypoallergenic and safe for all skin types.
- Quite expensive.
Honestly, it’s hard to find a downside since even the negative reviews recommended the product. So I guess the overall popular opinion is a positive one.
Your Beauxi Questions
A quick clear-up for your most pressing questions.
- How should I use it? And how often?
The manufacturer recommends using this morning and night, gently rubbing the product into clean, dry skin.
- Can I get my money back if I’m not happy?
Yes, Beauxi offers a 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re not happy with the cream.
- How soon will I see results?
You might begin seeing an improvement in your skin’s appearance as early as 2-3 weeks in, but we recommend using the product for at least 2-3 months to enjoy its full benefits and allow the skin to regenerate properly.
- Can I use this while pregnant?
Technically yes, although we wouldn’t recommend it because of the phenoxyethanol, which can affect your unborn child.
Final Words – What’s the Verdict on Beauxi?
Frankly, the Beauxi stretch mark cream sounds like a pretty potent and awesome weapon against stretch marks, both old and new, so if you like what you’ve read, go for it. If you’re not swayed yet, not to worry, because there are lots of great stretch mark products out there, such as the Mederma Cream for Stretch Marks, Skinception Intensive cream, and Mama Mio stretch mark cream, all explicitly aimed at those pesky tiger stripes!