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Stretch marks are harmless yet usually undesirable scars that can form when the outermost layer of skin tears. These tears normally occur during times of rapid growth such as adolescent height spurts, pregnancy and sudden weight or muscle gain. The skin is especially vulnerable when hormonal levels are high, which is why 90 percent of pregnant women develop stretch marks during their final trimester.

Some stretch marks fade in time while others linger for your entire life. Stretch marks may appear almost anywhere, yet they usually show up on the stomach, thighs, upper arms, breasts and buttocks. Stretch marks appear as parallel bands on the skin that are different in hue and texture than the surrounding skin. They can be pink, purple or even gray. The skin may have a slight ridge or indent, and it occasionally may be sore or itchy.

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Stretch Mark/Cellulite Removal 

Stretch marks are often an unavoidable fact of life, but there are a few measures that can lessen your risk of getting them. Maintain a steady weight and exercise in moderation to avoid too quick muscle growth. Consume plenty of protein, fatty acids and vitamins to make sure your body has the tools it needs to make new skin cells. Lotions or creams with vitamin E applied daily can slow the progression of stretch marks. Laser treatments can be effective at cellulite removal, but body firming creams are a better bet for scars that have been around for a while.

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Body Firming Cream for Stretch Marks 

A good body firming cream can help you feel more comfortable in your skin. They cannot completely eliminate stretch marks, but they do provide nutrients that promote collagen synthesis making scars less visible over time. Creams containing ATP, vitamin C, copper-peptides and proline tend to be most effective. For best results, you also need to eat healthily and exercise.
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Cellulite Cream for Stretch Marks 

Cellulite and stretch marks are almost synonymous. Basically, cellulite is a lumpy, dimpled patch resulting from excess fat under the skin. Cosmetology scientists have developed anti-cellulite creams that target fat cells and stimulate healing to even out your skin tone. With repeated use, these creams may make your bust and bottom look bigger as they become firmer.

Even if you’re going to the gym every day, your body could benefit from a boost of vitamins and nutrients. Don’t let stretch marks hold you back; cover yourself in some firming cream and restore youthfulness to your skin and your life.

Sources:

http://www.healthline.com/health/stretch-marks#Overview1

http://www.harpersbazaar.com/beauty/skin-care/advice/a9328/how-to-get-rid-of-stretch-marks/

http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/beauty/best/11331/skin-firming-cream.html