Ali Landry Bares Her Bump

Ali Landry Bares Her Bump

Actress and Hollywood mom Ali Landry is the new spokesperson for Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula stretch mark products. The new face (and belly!) of the cult classic skin care brand, bared her gorgeous baby bump on Thursday (September 8) in Los Angeles during the ad shoot.

Due in October with her second child, the gorgeous mama talked about the importance of taking care of your skin while expecting. “Pregnancy can be really taxing on your body and this being my second child, I wanted to make my skin a top priority,” Ali said in a statement to Celebrity Baby Scoop.

She added: “The Palmer’s Advanced Formula stretch mark products have become my pregnancy skin must-have to keep my belly, arms and legs camera-ready, so I look as great as I feel!”

Ali joins a list of other expectant moms that have shown off their pregnant bellies in past Palmer’s ad campaigns including Samantha Harris, Laila Ali, Angie Everhart and Emily Procter.

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  1. Anonymous

    There is no cream or lotion that can prevent or cure stretch marks. They happen below the surface layer of the skin as a result of rapid stretching of the skin, which happens to ALL women in pregnancy. If your skin is susceptible to stretch marks, you will get them. If it’s not, you probably won’t. It’s in your DNA.

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  2. Anonymous

    Hollywood mom – maybe. Actress? I don’t think so.

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  3. Anonymous

    Why are her arms all greasy too? Is she worried about getting stretch marks on her elbows?

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  4. Dana

    I hope it is better than that Angie Everheart commercial. God, that was bad. I would cringe everytime it came on.

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  5. Rosy

    Eeek, has she had some work done on her face or what?!

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  6. ZaraB

    These products are full of chemicals. The best product you can use on your belly to help prevent stretchmarks is either 100% pure coconut oil or almond oil. But stretchmarks are largely genetic, and also have to do with how quickly you gain weight during pregnancy and how much you gain.

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  7. Bouje

    I’m CuKoo for CoKonut Oil

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