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Stretch Mark

Stretch Mark

Stretch Mark

A stretch mark is a type of scar that develops when our skin stretches or shrinks quickly. The abrupt change causes the collagen and elastin, which support our skin, to rupture. As the skin heals, stretch marks may appear.

Not everyone develops these narrow bands on their skin. Fluctuating hormone levels seem to play a role. You may also have a higher risk if people in your family get stretch marks.

If you develop stretch marks, you’re most likely to do so during these times:

•          Growth spurts that happen in puberty

•          Pregnancy

•          Rapid weight loss or gain

•          Weight training when you have rapid muscle growth

 

However, there are some remedies that can help minimize the appearance of stretch marks and help them to fade more quickly.

 

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is referred to as a retinoid. Retinoids make skin appear smoother and more youthful. They’re used in many over-the-counter topical cosmetic creams.

Simply using a topical extract of vitamin A, or taking vitamin A orally, can contribute to your skin’s health and overall appearance. A diet rich in certain foods, such as carrots and sweet potatoes, might also help you increase your vitamin A levels.

In a n older study in 1996Trusted Source, researchers identified retinoids as helping the appearance of stretch marks. Further research is still necessary to identify all of its effects on stretch marks.

Sugar

Some people swear by sugar as a homeopathic microdermabrasion method.

Microdermabrasion performed by a dermatologist is one of the few clinically proven methods to make stretch marks fade. So this home remedy seems worth a try.

Rubbing a sugar scrub on the skin will exfoliate the area. To do this:

1.         Mix one cup sugar with 1/4 cup of a softening agent, like almond oil or coconut oil, before mixing to the consistency of wet beach sand.

2.         Add some lemon juice.

3.         Scrub the mixture on the part of your body where the stretch marks are.

4.         Repeat several times a week while in the shower, making sure to rub the mixture on for 8-10 minutes.

Aloe vera

While little clinical evidence exists for aloe vera as a stretch mark cure, pure aloe vera is both a natural healing agent and a skin softener. This makes it an ideal home remedy to try for stretch marks.

Apply pure aloe vera from a plant to your stretch marks daily after your shower.

 

Hyaluronic Acid

Collagen is the protein in your skin that allows it to keep its shape and appear healthy. As we age, collagen decreases in our face and our bodies.

Collagen production can be stimulatedTrusted Source with hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid can be absorbed by consuming a capsule or extract.

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