Feb 11, 2012
has anyone found a good strech mark cream?
Feb 14, 2012
Not for cure, but Bio Oil is good for prevention. I got loads of stretch marks with my first baby & spent a lot on laser treatment to get rid of them. They're still there but a lot less noticeable. So for my second I was terrified of getting more (apparently you can get just as much the second time - eeek!) so I applied Bio Oil religiously every morning and evening and didn't get any marks that time around.
Dec 28, 2012
Mederma stretch marks therapy is a good one as well my sister recommend it to me and her stretch marks has been fading it works good
Cooco butter or skin oil is good!
I am a mother of 4 so my stomach looks like a road map to a really fun place. Lol It has taken some time but I have learned to love and own the hell out of those "uglies" I am proud to have been able to have children. They have forever changed my life and my body. Be proud of the journey you have gone on. ;-)) hope this helps till you find your "magic cream"
Bio oil has really helped mine fade and has made my skin a lot smoother
Dec 30, 2012
stretch marks can't be removed but can be lightning nd less noticeable, u can exfoliate them with coffee grounds nd keep them moist, work out to get them tight..
I've learned in school that no creams are going to work to get rid of them because the skin has already been damaged and stretched. I'm pregnant right now with my second and haven't got any this time. But me and my teacher have a theory that a combination of microdermabrasion and using galvanic current to push in retin A will get rid of them thru a series of treatments. So once I have this baby in 2 months I'm going to try it and ill post an article about the results. A girl in my class did micro on hers and they were already lighter after just one treatment so I'm hoping it will work.
Jan 10, 2013
There is a cure for stretch marks ambi stretch mark oil I bought it on dec.26 and today they are almost gone I haven't even used it a lot
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