Lost the weight, but not the stretch marks? Up to 90% of women develop stretch marks to some degree during the course of pregnancy, although stretch marks commonly occur on thighs and the butt as well. Striae, as they are called by dermatologists, are caused by tearing of the dermis when skin overstretches its elastic capacity, and commonly occurs any time an individual gains or loses a good deal of weight relatively quickly. It isn’t terribly easy to get rid of stretch marks, but a number of home remedies for stretch marks do exist that will at least lessen their appearance.
Stretch marks generally fade somewhat over time, but rarely disappear completely, and many people are frustrated by their unsightly appearance. There are a number of expensive creams, several invasive dermatological practices, and even surgery as possible ‘solutions’, but before you empty your wallet and subject your skin to lasers, try some of these natural solutions.
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Wednesday, July 3, 2013
7 Ways to Get Rid of Stretch Marks Naturally
Stretch marks aren't easy to get rid of, but home remedies do exist that will at least lessen their appearance.