The stretch mark cream Victoria Beckham swears by.

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Body overshare: I’ve had stretch marks since I was 15.

I’m now halfway through my second pregnancy and while my first go at growing a human was a total mindfuck (it is for anyone who’s suffered from disordered eating or body issues), I’m a lot more comfortable carrying around 10 or so temporary kilos than I was three years ago.

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That doesn’t mean I don’t want to know about a magic stretch mark cream if it does indeed exist.

Enter: Elemis Camellia Body Oil.

"Pregnancy tip!!!! I have used this through every pregnancy, it's amazing!! X VB," tweeted Becks.

It's $62, but on a cost per use basis it is stellar value - I've been using it non-stop for weeks and am only just past the neck of the bottle. I'm estimating it would last through an entire 40-week pregnancy. My faith in Victoria Beckham's testimony is so great I've even begun using it as a face serum.

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Elemis Camellia Oil Blend is used to massage tired and sore pregnant women the world over, and fun fact: Camellia oil has been used for centuries in Japan to treat dry skin, hair, nails and other skin conditions

Hey, if it's Victoria Beckham-approved, then it’s good enough for me. Besides, I can’t imagine her using it through four pregnancies if it didn’t work.

I’ll let you know how it pans out.

Are you a mum? If so what beauty product couldn't you live without during pregnancy?