Facebook users rave about this £2 cream for combatting stretch marks and eczema

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When it comes to skincare, is expensive always best? Facebook users on the group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK would argue otherwise after discovering a bargain cream that they claim works wonders on everything from stretch marks to eczema.

Posting to the Facebook page, shoppers are raving about Superdrug’s Vitamin E Intensive All Over Body Cream, £2.99 here, for its skin-transforming results.

One review that particularly caught our attention was from a beauty fan who claims that the bargain body cream has faded her stretch marks.

Shoppers are loving this bargain cream
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Sharing a snap of the product, she writes, “Thank you so much to whoever posted about this cream for stretch marks and eczema, it’s incredible. My stretch marks are actually fading! I am over the moon.”

The post has since accumulated over 1.3K likes, with fellow bargain hunters flocking to the comment section to share their thoughts.

“I used this when I was pregnant with all three of my kids. Don’t have any stretch marks,” one shopper comments.

Beauty fans claim that the cream helped combat stretch marks throughout pregnancy
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“Been using this for years wouldn’t use anything else. Fab stuff,” another writes.

Stretch marks aside, many shoppers are claiming that the affordable product also helps combat eczema, as well as dry, cracked skin from excessive hand-washing and sanitiser.

Shoppers are going wild about the bargain cream
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“I use this every morning and night for my eczema, and it’s basically disappeared. Just shows it’s not always the more expensive brands,” one person says.

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“This stuff is absolutely fantastic. My hands were so dry and cracked from washing them so often due to work and I’ve used this twice a day for a week and my hands are near perfect again,” another writes.

Shoppers claim that it helped their dry skin
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One bargain hunter claims that they purchased the cream to heal and get rid of their facial scar, claiming “ within a year it completely got rid of it”.

So what’s the secret? Superdrug’s own lightweight, hydrating formula is infused with coconut oil to moisturise the skin plus soothing horse chestnut extract which is known for its anti-inflammatory benefits.

The cream is also enriched with vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that helps to combat the ageing effects of environmental damage on the skin.

The viral cream contains a whole host of skin-boosting ingredients
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Shoppers hoping to try the cream out for themselves will find it on Superdrug’s website, alongside the rest of the brand’s affordable Vitamin E range.

So, what are you waiting for?

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