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Best way to improve stretch marks?

  1. nessafay profile image75
    nessafayposted 7 years ago

    Best way to improve stretch marks?

    I'm talking pregnancy stretch marks.

  2. krisingreen profile image60
    krisingreenposted 7 years ago

    If you're pregnant right now the best thing to do is use lotion with Vitamin E. Vitamin E is really great is making the skin elastic enough and well hydrated to prevent stretchmarks from darkening. Or you can simply buy a small bottle of virgin olive oil and rub it on your belly twice a day especially on areas where stretchmarks are really dark. The result is a little slow but the good news is; it works!
    You should also increase your fluid intake and vitamin C, E and A these are natural antioxidants.
    Sometimes, since stretchmarks can appear like scars, you can also sure pure petroleum gel to lighten stretchmarks.
    I hope this helps.

  3. Mrs. Spinkler profile image65
    Mrs. Spinklerposted 7 years ago

    Cocoa Butter Formula with Vitamin E, its found in the lotion section.  It heals and softens rough dry skin as well as smoothes marks.

    I have used it in both my pregnancies and it does work, have to use it everyday to get best effect.

  4. TheBlondie profile image61
    TheBlondieposted 7 years ago

    I agree, cocoa butter is great for stretch marks. Palmer's cocoa butter makes specific formulas and products just for that, and they're fairly inexpensive.

  5. downpourofwords profile image45
    downpourofwordsposted 7 years ago

    putting on weight again smile This would stretch the skin and the stretch marks would vanish lol. Sorry about the joke. There are some skin lighteners available which help in fading away those lines slowly. The results are good enough.

  6. profile image0
    Sheena Sahniposted 6 years ago

    It basically happens because the skin is dehydrated and not flexible . Therefore when skin expands it leaves marks.
    So the best idea is to keep yourself well hydrated .
    Drink lots of water and you can provide your belly with some nourishing moisturizers

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  8. profile image45
    bradleycaseyposted 6 years ago

    bio oil it is the best stuff in the world, it really is good its for stretch marks and scars too quite good for spots aswell actually..
    http://geniebrafacts.com

  9. R.S. Hutchinson profile image84
    R.S. Hutchinsonposted 6 years ago

    if your still preggo I'd recommend cocoa butter and babyoil mixture.. more butter than oil. This mixture really works.

  10. Exotic_Kitten profile image45
    Exotic_Kittenposted 6 years ago

    I find Coco Butter Stretch Mark Lotion and The Roll on stuff PreferOn actually works = ] Although I stopped using it, my stretch marks arent that bad.

  11. profile image52
    watson mariaposted 5 years ago

    No idea about that but can recommend you to White Lotus Anti Aging LTD. (www.whitelotusantiaging.co.uk) for knowing more about improving stretch marks during pregnancy.

 
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