Stretch Marks Directory
Stretch marks can be the result of pregnancy, weight gain, weight loss, or even genetics. The pesky lines start out red, purple, or brown but eventually settle in as light or white streaks. There is no treatment for stretch marks that can be considered very effective, although dermabrasion, chemical peels, laser surgery, or creams may help. Find more info about how stretch marks are caused, how to prevent them, how to treat them, and much more.
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Pregnancy Stretch Marks: Types of Treatment, Prevention, and More
Along with a new baby, there are the many physical changes you’ll see. Chief among them is stretch marks. For many women, stretch marks are as much a part of having a baby as diapers and feedings.
No More Cover-Ups
What's sarong about your body? Nothing that a few products and procedures (and sit-ups) can't take care of in time for fun in the sun this summer.
Onion Cream Treats New Stretch Marks
A moisturizing cream whose active ingredient is extract of onion can help to take the redness out of new stretch marks.