Secret Saviours Testimonial: Kristen’s Story

February 10, 2015

Runner Kristen has worked out how to help keep pregnancy stretch marks at bay. Read what she thought of trialling Secret Saviours

Mummy blogger Kristen Van Horn is something of a fitness guru. Mad about running, she’s all for keeping it healthy while protecting her bump. She even has a blog about it, The Concrete Runner.

The Missouri-based mum of two was pregnant with her second baby when she trialled Secret Saviours’ Anti Stretch Mark Pack. She gave birth to Miles in December.

But Kristen had to keep her story under wraps during the trial. So when we finally launched, she couldn’t wait to spread the word on her blog.

“I made it through pregnancy without stretch marks,” she announced to her readers. Fantastic!

“I know, stop bragging, right? Well, I have a secret weapon I can FINALLY talk about!

Kristen said of using our Support Band: “I wore mine every day of the third trimester and loved it. I really do feel like it helped in the long run.”

We see what you did there, Kristen.

Check out The Concrete Runner blog.





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