How to use Stratamark

Stratamark is easy to use just once a day or after each wash.

  • Ensure that the skin is clean and dry.
  • Apply a very thin layer of Stratamark to the relevant areas with your fingertips and distribute evenly to form a very thin layer and allow the gel to dry.
  • Stratamark should be applied once per day, or after each wash.
  • For best results Stratamark should be maintained in continuous contact with the skin (24 hours a day).
  • When applied correctly, Stratamark should be dry in 5–6 minutes. If it takes longer to dry you have probably applied too much. A little amount of gel goes a long way. Gently remove any excess gel with a tissue or paper towel and allow the drying process to continue.
  • Once dry, Stratamark can be covered by undergarments, sunscreens or cosmetics.

For treatment of stretch marks, Stratamark can be used alone or in combination with invasive methods including lasers, needling etc.


Stratamark is easily applied once daily or after each wash to the relevant areas of your skin.

Removal of Stratamark

Stratamark can be easily removed from your hands after application: simply wash your hands with liquid soap and warm water. Repeat if necessary.


How much Stratamark do I need?

Stratamark is a unique formulation that requires substantially less product per application than typical moisturizing creams or cosmetic preparations.

If Stratamark is used from 13th week of pregnancy then approximately 3 tubes of Stratamark 50 g will be required for full period of treatment including 60–90 days post partum, when used on breast, thighs and abdomen.

In the beginning of pregnancy, Stratamark will last longer.


Side effects

There have been no side effects observed with the proper use of Stratamark gel. It is not absorbed, so will not produce systemic side effects, and it is unlikely to produce local side effects.

The ingredients in Stratamark gel are completely compatible with human biology. Stratamark gel is transparent and does not contain alcohol, fragrances or parabens.

If Stratamark gel was accidently swallowed it will not be absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract due to the high molecular weight, and will be excreted without modification.