Written by Rita C. Hartman on October 13, 2018
bottle of Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil

Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil - Does It Work?-Review

What is Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil?

Today we will review Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil. Motherhood may take its toll on the body and the skin. This is why the manufacturer has developed this product, to help prevent and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. It can be used by pregnant women and also by women who have already given birth. Read on to see what Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil can do for you as an effective stretch mark product.

Ingredients & How It Works

  • Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet almond) oil
  • Cocos nucifera (Coconut) oil
  • Rosa rubiginosa seed oil (Rosehip)
  • Parfum (Fragrance)
  • Dipropylene glycol
  • Tocopheryl acetate
  • Triticum vulgare (Wheat) germ oil
  • Borago officinalis (Borage) oil
  • Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil
  • Calophyllum tacamahaca (Tamanu) oil
  • Tocopherol

Even though this product contains oils that help prevent and reduce the appearance of lines and marks, it does not contain ingredients that penetrate deeply into the skin to repair the core problem. An ingredient which would help do just this is medical grade silicon. Lack of this ingredient could make the product ineffective.

Daily Serving

The manufacturer suggests that users first insure the affected area is clean. The oil can then be massaged into the skin as many times as possible. The manufacturers have also provided the user with a tip from a therapist, that one apply the oil after a bath or shower, while the skin is still wet. This will lock in more moisture.

The Cost

A 150 ml bottle of the oil can be purchased online from the manufacturer's website for $14.40. The manufacturer currently has a sale on and the product now costs $9.63. If the order is over $35.13, the manufacturer will offer you free shipping. The manufacturer does not offer bulk packages for purchase.


The manufacturer offers a money-back guarantee. If a customer is not satisfied with the product, they must contact the manufacturer within 7-days. The product must then be returned within 14-days from receiving it. This is a weak return policy as the customer does not know if the product may be opened and used. Another concern is that there is not enough days provided for the customer to return the product. This is cutting it very short and may indicate that the manufacturer is not selling an effective product.

Our Review Summary Of Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil

There are a few things we like about Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil. The manufacturer provides the customer with clear instructions and even tips on when and how the oil must be applied to the skin. The manufacturer also offers a sale price.

However, there are a few concerns we have about the product. First of all, it does not contain medical grade silicon which is essential for deep repair where the problem starts. Furthermore, the manufacturer offers a very weak guarantee and it does not allow first time customers to try the product to see if it will work for them. The lack of essential ingredients and the weak guarantee indicate that the product may be ineffective. Due to these reasons, we do not recommend Sanctuary Mum-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil.

Well researched reviews, from the experts at Research & You.