Those ugly stretch marks on the skin!
Skin stretch marks appear especially in women and in the great majority after childbirth.
Other people with stretch marks are those who make diets.
Stretch marks can also be seen in people who have had a slimming effect.
Stretch marks don't all look alike. They vary depending on how
long you've had them, what caused them and where they are on your body,
as well as on the type of skin you have. Common variations include:
Indented streaks or lines in the skin
Multiple pink, red or purple streaks
Bright streaks that fade to a light pink, white or grayish color
Stretch marks are common on the abdomen, breasts, upper arms, buttocks and thighs. Sometimes they can cover large areas of the body.
Stretch marks or striae (singular stria), as they are called in
dermatology, are a form of scarring on the skin with an off-color hue. They are caused by tearing of the dermis, which over time may diminish,
but will not disappear completely.
Stretch marks are often the result of the rapid stretching of the skin associated with rapid growth or rapid weight changes.
Stretch marks may also be influenced by hormonal changes
associated with puberty, pregnancy, bodybuilding, hormone replacement
therapy, etc. Medical terminology for these kinds of markings
includes striae atrophicae, vergetures, stria distensae, striae cutis
distensae, lineae atrophicae, linea albicante, or simply striae.
Stretch marks formed during pregnancy, usually during the last
trimester, and usually on the belly, but also commonly occurring on the
breasts, thighs, hips, lower back and buttocks, are known as striae
Dealing with them effectively will require some understanding regarding the basics pertaining stretch marks.
Here is just a fraction of what you will learn in this newly released book:
What stretch marks are, where they come from, why they happen
Who gets stretch marks and why, as well as how to cope and deal with them effectively
TIPS to improve the appearance of stretch marks
Products and remedies (home-made, herbal and others) for coping with stretch marks
Topical treatments and herbal remedies for stretch marks - one secret ingredient you must add to homemade creams
Cost effective treatment for stretch marks
The role of exercise, stress and related factors on development and occurrence of stretch marks
What do regular SEX and a glass of wine have to do with fighting stretch marks?
Microdermabrasion, lasers and newer generation treatment alternatives
Erase Your Stretch Marks book is quite extensive (+85 pages of
rock solid content) which focuses on 100% natural method to cure your
stretch marks quickly. That means there aren't recommendations for harsh
prescription drugs or surgeries with nasty side effects.
This e-book features suggestions that are so practical, sensible
and inexpensive that anyone with stretch marks can put them use right
away to speed healing and dramatically lessen their chances of future
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