VIDEO – Secret Saviours Testimonial: Hannah's Story

September 02, 2015

One of our favourite mummy bloggers gave birth to a little girl shortly after making this video review for her readers. Find out what Hannah Wing thinks of the Secret Saviours Anti Stretch Mark Pack

Hannah Wing is a mum of three and runs the Mummy & The Beasties blog where she shares everything you need to know about pregnancy. 

That includes, of course, our Anti Stretch Mark Pack, which Hannah was kind enough to review. 

You can watch the full video by visiting Hannah's website but check out a preview above. 

UPDATE: Since giving birth, Hannah has reported NO STRETCH MARKS.





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