This is a review of Stretch Therapy manufactured by the Susan Brown’s Baby Naturals Company. They offer a wide range of products for your skin needs, as well as your babies. They claim this particular product contains deep penetrating moisturizers that heal dry skin and reduce the physical appearance of your existing stretch marks. Keep reading further to find out if this is the product you need to address your stretch marks.


  • glycerin
  • water purified
  • ethyl macadamiate- skin conditioning emollient
  • jojoba esters – natural exfoliating emollient, mimics the skins natural oils
  • sorbitol – fragrant humectant skin conditioner
  • cetyl hydroxyethylcellulose – emulsion stabilizer
  • Rutin – plant based bioflavonoid , promotes healthy skin cell growth
  • palmitoyl oligopeptide – skin conditioner
  • palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7 – skin conditioner
  • phaseolus lunatus extract – also known as green bean extract, used as an emollient
  • hydroxyethylacrylate/sodium acryloyldimethyltaurate copolymer – Emulsion Stabilizer and Opacifying Agent
  • peg-16 macadamia glycerides – skin conditioning emollient
  • sodium haluronate – humectant skin conditioner
  • anthemis nobilis extracts – also known as chamomile, soothes irritated skin
  • avena sativa – also known as oat kernel, used as an antioxidant skin conditioning agent
  • hamamelis virginiana – also known as witchazel, known for its natural skin tightening abilities
  • calendula officinalis – also known as marigold, used as a masking fragrance and skin conditioner
  • theobroma cacao – also known as cocoa butter, used as a skin protectant and conditioner
  • oleth 10 – used as a Surfactant – Emulsifying Agent
  • simmondsia chinensis butter – also known as jojoba, it is a natural skin conditioning agent
  • Butyrospermum – also known as Shea, it is a non-aqueous viscosity increasing agent used for skin conditioning
  • parkii butter – also known as Shea, it is a non-aqueous viscosity increasing agent used for skin conditioning
  • benzyl alcohol
  • tocopheryl acetate – Vitamin E
  • moringa oleifera butter – emollient and protectant used to treat chapped skin
  • methylisothiazolinone – synthetic preservative
  • xanthan gum
  • bisabolol – skin soothing masking fragrance that occurs naturally in chamomile


The company’s website suggests you use this product in combination with some of their other products for best results. They direct you to apply the lotion to affected areas morning and evening. They recommend avoiding the nipple and areola areas of the breasts

Possible Side Effects

There are no listed adverse effects with use of this product. However, you should take into account your personal allergies, and should a reaction occur, seek advice from your physician.


The company does not directly sell the product on its website. They do however provide links to a few of their distributors. The average price on was around $29.00 for a 7.6oz bottle. The product is also available at BabieRUs


The Susan Brown’s Baby Naturals website is simply an informative site. It does not mention a goal of customer satisfaction nor does it offer any type of guarantee for any of its products. This may lead you to question the effectiveness of the product. We also found it concerning there were no customer reviews on the site, which again, leads us to question the validity of the product.


Overall Stretch Therapy and skin smoothing cream manufactured by the Susan Brown’s Baby Naturals Company appears to be your run of the mill lotion making skincare promises it may, or may not be able to deliver. It may be an appealing choice due to its marketing for being a product for multiple members of your family. However, having no guarantee, and providing no product reviews on its website, you may be left wondering if this product really delivers on its promises.

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