Ikeji becomes Susan Chanel Beauty ambassador, hails Susan Esisi
Stretch marks, commonly found among both genders, are irregular lines or streaks on the skin where it has been stretched or distended, especially due to pregnancy or obesity. They are also are indented streaks that appear on the abdomen, breasts, hips, buttocks or other places on the body.
To some, it can be career-damaging and change how they are you are perceived when it becomes public knowledge that what appears to be a beautiful skin is lined with stretch marks.
But Susan Esisi, the founder and CEO of Susan Chanel Beauty, one of the leading beauty companies in Nigeria with global market share, created a tailor-made solution through her line of beauty products to help those with stretch marks out of their dilemma.
Nigerian celebrities have also had their share of this body challenge, which though not harmful, but not a great sight. One of them is Laura Ikeji, a fashion blogger and an ambassador for the anti-stretch mark oil produced by Susan Chanel Beauty to relieve humanity of the discomfort caused by changes in the body.
Ikeji, who testified of the efficacy of the oil and how it cleared the lines on her skin, disclosed that she experienced disturbing and obnoxious stretch marks after child birth.
The lifestyle blogger, as the face of Susan Chanel Beauty is now on a ‘crusade’ to those mentally battered by this concern on their skin.
“Guys if you have not bought this stretch mark oil by Susan Chanel Beauty you are missing a lot. If you want to avoid stretch marks, buy this oil.
“And if you have stretch marks now, you need this oil; the stretch marks removal by Susan Chanel Beauty is very good, very helpful,” she gushed in a recent post.
“I got a few stretch marks from child birth and I didn’t know about this oil before I had my first child. This is what I’m using, go get it now. Mom, dad, if you are fighting stretch marks, fight it with this. The anti-stretch marks oil from the stable of Susan Chanel Beauty works like magic and clears the skin in no distant time.”