Welcome to the course on ''Super Effective ways to Remove Your Stretch Marks''
If you're tired of having stretch marks, you're not alone! Many people, women especially, experience stretch marks in their lifetimes. Stretch marks can occur during sudden changes in body size, such as during pregnancy, puberty, or rapid weight gain or loss. Ninety percent of pregnant women will get stretch marks around their abdomen, hips and thighs, and unfortunately, they seem to be genetic. If your mom had stretch marks, odds are that you will, too. While you probably won't get rid of your stretch marks completely, you can use topical treatments and medical interventions to help decrease their appearance.
Stretch marks, or striae, develop when your skin suddenly needs to stretch beyond the limits of its natural growth rate. The middle layer of your skin breaks in places, causing the lower layers of your skin to show through. "Active" stretch marks tend to be red or purple, fading toward silvery white over time, although colors will vary depending upon your skin tone. Up to 90 percent of pregnant women develop stretch marks over the course of their pregnancies. Stretch marks may also develop when you hit a growth spurt as an adolescent, lose a lot of weight fast, or if you build muscle exceptionally quickly. Most medical professionals regard time as the best "treatment" for stretch marks. They will eventually fade and diminish in prominence. Active stretch marks may respond to a variety of treatments, but keep in mind that the effectiveness of any treatment may be limited. Stretch marks are badges of transition, but if you'd like to hide them, how do you get rid of them or at least make them fade? There's no cure-all, but there are plenty of things you can do. Natural ones, too.
Almost everyone has some part of their body that they aren’t completely happy with, but there are ways to be more confident in your own skin. Stretch marks (also called striae) are discolored lines on your skin that can appear almost anywhere on your body. It’s almost impossible to entirely get rid of your ‘tiger stripes,’ but there are a few ways to minimize their appearance. Taking excellent care of your skin via moisturizers and hydration is a good start. Getting a prescription for a retinoid medication can help as well.
Stretch marks are a common after-effect of pregnancy, rapid weight gain and loss, and even growth spurts. They result from the skin rapidly expanding to make room for extra weight. Stretch marks are not preventable, and there is no sure way to make them go away. The best way to reduce the appearance of stretch marks is to use different methods to help them fade and become less noticeable. Special treatments, lifestyle changes and a little makeup can go a long way toward minimizing the appearance of stretch marks.
Course covers effective methods to remove and get rid of Stretch Marks naturally.
So we will cover
Effective ways to remove stretch marks
Get rid of stretch marks naturally
Prevent pregnancy stretch marks