'Britain's Got Talent' judge, Alesha Dixon has revealed her stretch mark solution after giving birth to her ten-month-old baby Azura Sienna.
Alesha Dixon has revealed her stretch mark remedy.
After giving birth to her daughter Azura Sienna in October 2013, the former Misteeq singer appeared to bounce back to her pre-baby figure almost immediately.
But despite being able to fit into her old wardrobe, Alesha has admitted that she suffered from stretch marks during her pregnancy and offered some advice for future mothers.
Talking to new! magazine, the 35-year-old 'Britain's Got Talent' judge shared: ''Vitamin E oil is so nourishing and super effective. I use it daily - it's brilliant for stretch marks and scars.
She then added: ''Coconut oil is a great multi-tasking product - it's great for nourishing hair and skin. I also love to cook with it.''
The 'BGT' beauty also revealed her make-up bag favourites, which features a mix of designer and high street products, including the Avon 'Ideal Flawless Invisible Coverage Foundation', a Chanel 'Le Crayon Khol Intense Eye Pencil' in Noir and the HD 'Eye & Brow palette'.
Earlier this year, Alesha launched her own fragrance, called 'Rose Quartz' as part of a larger Crystal Collection and she couldn't resist boasting about her ''gorgeous'' perfume.
She gushed: ''My gorgeous new fragrance is light and feminine with notes of grapefruit, magnolia and amber.''
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