7 Ways to get rid (results may vary for every person and its not guarenteed) of Stretch marks
Dr. Vi Sharma has worked in the field of cosmetic surgery
He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University; and former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice.
Stretch marks is something that happens with your skin when it changes shape sue to growth or gaining weight. Stretch marks are linear scars on the skin. And there are many historical documents to prove that they have been around for a long time. Stretch marks are one of the beauty boon that can be seen commonly on the waist, hips, arms, buttocks, breasts. But stretch marks are not a sign that anything is wrong about your health. Stretch will fade or become light by time but in some cases it remain as it is, evident.
Pregnancy is the most common reason to get stretch marks on skin. But not just pregnancy, people of gender can get stretch marks at any stage of their life. Mostly it can be sudden weight gain. But in some cases it is not clear why people get stretch marks worse than others, but it seems like it run in their families.
1. Stretch mark creams
Creams help reduce dry and itchy skin, but are not very effective at reducing or preventing stretch marks. But some creams that contain hyaluronic acid are good for preventing stretch marks.
2. Cocoa butter
3. Bitter almond oil
4. Silicone gel
5. Olive oil
6. Retinoic acid
7. Laser therapy
1. Aloe vera for stretch marks
2. Baking soda
Apricots are also a very effective means of healing stretch marks. First you need to take two to three apricots, remove the seeds. Then grind it to make a smooth paste.