Stretch marks on stomach are no longer a perennial embarrassment. NoStretchmarks.net tells how to cure them.
Deerfield Beach, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/22/2013 -- Stretch marks are nothing short of a horrendous nightmare for both men and women. Although these marks may appear on many parts of the body, stomach is more prone to develop stretch marks. Women tend to develop stretch marks on stomach during pregnancy. Men are not impervious to these issues. They usually develop stretch marks owing to work outs meant for stomach and rapid weight gain. Rapid weight gain may also cause these ugly white lines among women who shudder to wear revealing dresses lest that should make them look ugly or hideous. Although these marks don’t have deleterious impacts on health but they often cause a visible slash in self confidence among both men and women. While women are becoming rather obsessed with mending every possible thing relating to their appearance to get an impeccable and gorgeous personality stretch marks have become nothing short of a scary nightmare that they would dispose of once and for all.
The spokesperson of the website NoStretchMarks.net added, “We know how difficult it is for women to lead a normal life after the stretch marks are formed. We do not recommend laser surgeries or other cosmetic treatments to remove stretch marks. We recommend best stretch mark creams that are natural, affordable and at the same time very effective.”
One may have two options – that of cure and prevention. Once the stretch marks appear it needs to be dealt with at the initial stage. If they metamorphose into deeper and more visible ones, it becomes almost impossible to do anything about these unsightly blemishes. Application of olive oil works well. It is advisable to rub olive oil against these marks for a long time regularly after bath. After a few days the marks start fading. Aroma oil is a good option for the pregnant women as it reduces the chances of appearance of stretch marks. While the application of moisturizer on a regular basis keeps the skin supple and therefore less prone to stretch marks, castor oil is a very common treatment for reducing stretch marks.
There is ample room for other options. For example one may try out applying egg whites on the affected areas as protein usually helps replenishing the skin. A concoction of aloe vera, extra virgin oil, vitamin E liquid and vitamin A can yield miraculous results. Cocoa butter is another fascinating remedy for stretch marks. If all this fails to respond or measure up to the gravity of the problem one may certainly opt for surgical ways and laser treatment.
For more information about NoStretchMarks contact Patricia Wilson at +911244110418 firstname.lastname@example.org. NoStretchMarks; 3422 SW 15 Street, Suite #5217, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 or go to http://www.NoStretchMarks.com
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