HELP!!!! STRETCH MARKS!

  1. HELP!!!! STRETCH MARKS!


    I am currently getting stretch marks that seem to keep growing. There now going down toward my bicep and over towards my chest from my under arm. I bought coco butter but it doesn't seem to be helping that much. To make it worse there like a bright pink so there very noticeable!!!! ANY ADVICE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!


  2. I have the same problem, recently I started using shea butter, and pure vitamin e, haven't noticed anything yet, but my sister told me about it and its what her pregnant friends have used. Im going to order Flawless from RPN, I've heard good things about that. good luck

  3. They can be treatable when they are pink, once they lose colors say hello to your new friends for life
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  4. Moisturize like a mother and a vitamin E stick will be helpful. Tanning helps them become less visible.
  5. stretch marks


    Hi,

    I used to have pretty bad stretch marks and red scars around my belly region ever since I gave birth to my three kids.I had tried Vitamin E oil and cocoa butter which a number of people had recommended but unfortunately it didn't seem to work too well. My Doctor had even suggested that I go for a Tummy Tuck. I then recently read an article about a lady who supposedly got rid of her stretch marks using a particular cream. I tried it and it worked really well. It took a number of weeks but my stretch marks soon faded away. You can read the lady's article at the link below.

    stretchmarkszapped.com

  6. yea i heard about flawless! anyone use this product before? is it worth buying?

  7. I have used maderma and it seems to work very well as long as you are strict about the directions and apply twice a day.

  8. vitiamin e straight on them.
    And contact an oriental medicine dr, or acupuncturist in your area and ask about a cream you can use and buy from them.
    (usually used to treat burns)

  9. Quote Originally Posted by jennifer8055 View Post
    Hi,

    I used to have pretty bad stretch marks and red scars around my belly region ever since I gave birth to my three kids.I had tried Vitamin E oil and cocoa butter which a number of people had recommended but unfortunately it didn't seem to work too well. My Doctor had even suggested that I go for a Tummy Tuck. I then recently read an article about a lady who supposedly got rid of her stretch marks using a particular cream. I tried it and it worked really well. It took a number of weeks but my stretch marks soon faded away. You can read the lady's article at the link below.

    stretchmarkszapped.com
    SPAM!?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by MrBigPR View Post
    They can be treatable when they are pink, once they lose colors say hello to your new friends for life

    that sucks, i got so many in my teens. chest, arms, shoulders, lower back, middle back and a few on stomach.

  11. yup,...got some on the bi's and armpit area as well,..... same on inner/upper thighs near groin from @ss to ground squats,.... I def need something that works too, as they are getting worse.

  12. First off up your water intake... That will give your skin a little bit more elasticity as your rapid growth is coming along.

    And all the above posters hit it on the head, get some vitamin E lotion or something marketed towards stretch marks

  13. I still have bad stretch marks from when I used m1t back in 05, they have gotten pretty hard to notice in the last few years though, nothing like when they were fresh and bright pink/red. I always kinda liked them back then, made me know I was getting big hahaha

  14. try cocoa butter and vitamin E it worked for mine
  

  
 

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