This is a product review of Really Good Stretch Mark Oil, manufactured by the Fushi Wellbeing Company. The company claims their formula assists in the reduction of appearance of stretch marks and scars, as well as correcting uneven skin tone. Continue reading to acquire more information on the company’s product claims, ingredients, and our opinion of whether this is the product for you to help attack your unsightly scars and stretch marks.


This product contains

  • Organic Sweet Almond Oil (prunus dulcis) – used for a base
  • Triple infused Organic Tulsi Serum (Ocimum Sanctum) – known as Holy Basil, rich in vitamin E
  • Organic Rosehip seed (Rosa damascene) – assists with cell regeneration and promotes collagen levels, contains vitamins A and C
  • Baobab Seed Oil (Adansonia digitata) – Omega 3 properties for nourishing and revitalizing skin cells, provides antioxidants and vitamins
  • Organic Wheat germ (Triricum Vulgare) – skin penetrating vitamin E
  • Organic Avocado (persea Americana) – addresses mature skin problems, provides antioxidants and vitamin E
  • Organic Pomegranate Seed Oil (Punica Granatum) – nourishes mature skin with antioxidants and vitamins
  • Grapefruit Seed Oil (Citrus paradisii) – promotes skin elasticity
  • Vitamin E (D-Mixed tocopherols)

NOTE- Fushi claims the Soil Association organically certifies all of their oils. The claim of containing organic ingredients is made by the company itself, and there is no way to verify whether they meet actual FDA standards of truly organic ingredients. The company simply claims the use of bio-dynamically grown herbs and manufacturing their product with cold pressed, unrefined oils. The company website states clearly that it does not use completely organic herbs they instead opt for the term “wild crafted” using their biodynamic process. Nevertheless, going by the list of natural ingredients used to make the product it would seemingly be very effective in its targeted use.


Recommended procedure for the product is to massage the oil in a circular motion to damp skin both morning and evening. Then lightly blot dry with a towel. Repeat this process for 6 weeks, and then continue use once a day for maintenance.

Possible Side Effects

This product is considered safe for long-term usage. The Fushi Wellbeing Company assures customers 100% of its products are vegetarian friendly, and 90% of its products are vegan friendly and registered. The product review on the company website does not specify which category Really Good Stretch Mark Oil falls into. The Fushi website does not list any adverse side effects, however it is common for people to have sensitive skin and/or have allergic reactions to individual ingredients. If you experience an allergic reaction to the product, contact your physician immediately.


The cost for this product is $16.28 plus shipping and handling fees. This seems a reasonable price for its listed main ingredient base of sweet almond oil. However, without the use of preservatives in combination with the all- natural ingredients it is made with, the product only has a shelf life of six months at which point the product would begin to break down and deteriorate. This detail, along with the product size of only 3.4 fl oz, leads us to think this may be a bit on the pricey side.


The Fushi Company offers what they call a no quibble returns policy. You may return any product for any reason within 14 days of receipt of the item for a full refund (minus original shipping and handling fees). They will provide you with a preprinted shipping label, though to qualify for a full refund the product must be unopened and unused.   The site states for a refund of damaged or unwanted, opened product you must contact them within 3 days of receiving your order. After that, you will receive a refund within 5 business days plus a 48-hour financial institution hold. To us this does not sound “quibble free” as they declare. How are you supposed to know if you like the product if you don’t open it and use it for a certain amount of time before deciding? The few product reviews listed ranged on opposite ends of the satisfaction spectrum. Some were 100% satisfied, while most seemed to question the value of the product for the price they paid and when the product would start to show results.


At first glance, Really Good Stretch Mark Oil appears to be a viable solution to your problems with stretch marks and scars as it is low in price and is made with natural ingredients. On the other hand, with its small size, extremely short shelf life and specific requirements for a return, this may not be the right product for you to try.

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