Stretch Marks And Its Growth Factor Concentrate

Stretch marks can arise during pregnancy, rapid weight gain rapid weight loss , rapid increase in muscle size, puberty. They are rare complication when using tissue expanders. stretch marks are most commonly seen on thighs, abdomen, female breasts, and upper arms in males. In pregnant women, independent predictors of stretch marks have been identified in younger age, maternal and family history of stretch marks.

Stretch marks can make people feel distressed about the way they make their skin appear. Stretch marks are best treated when red, with the passage of time they become white and are tough to treat. Stretch marks cannot be treated permanently but can be made less noticeable with treatment.

Available Treatments: Number of topical treatments has been advertised for the prevention of stretch marks. There is limited evidence that possibly massage with bitter almond oil may prevent stretch marks. In general early stretch marks respond better to treatment than the older ones.

Exercise, could have the added benefits of diminishing the occurrence of stretchmarks. A firmer tone may help reduce the signs of stretchmarks, and its very important to do exercise during pregnancy may help maintain proper weight gain.

Exfoliation, methods like microdermabrasion and laser therapy which have been shown to promote the regeneration of new skin and reduce the signs of stretch marks. Exfoliation would seems to similar premise, but no scientific studies have been conducted to support it as a treatment.

There is no proof method for preventing or treating stretch marks, but evidence shows that certain things may help. Remember that stretch marks, wrinkles, and other signs of aging are unavoidable. So Love the skin you are in…

Published by Ankita Ramta

I am passionate about my work, Because I love what I do. I thrive on challenge and constantly set goals for myself. Most importantly I'm people person, i love meeting new people and learning about their lives and their backgrounds.

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