How To Get Rid of Stretch Marks Naturally

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A common problem for both men and women, stretch marks are stubborn and tend to have an effect on people’s confidence.

Stretch marks, also called striae, happen when your skin changes shape rapidly due to growth or weight gain.

Whether it’s due to pregnancy or sudden weight gain, this is one beauty woe that can be commonly seen on the waist, thighs, lower backs, hips, breasts, arms, and buttocks.

Most women suffer from stretch marks usually after pregnancy, but that’s not the only cause for it. Men too have stretch marks and so do women who are not pregnant.

At first, a stretch mark will appear as a thin red or purple line of a different texture than the skin around it. Most stretch marks will fade on their own over time.

People often end up resorting to various beauty treatments to get rid of stretch marks. However, not many realise that chemical-laden beauty treatments also come along with their own sets of side-effects.

There are various natural products that can help reduce stretch marks and lighten them if not make them disappear completely.

In this video, we will show you a few effective home remedies to reduce stretch marks.

0:00 Introduction
0:12 Natural ways to prevent and fade stretch marks
0:47 Almond oil and coconut oil
1:03 Castor oil
1:15 Aloe vera gel
1:50 Sugar scrub recipe



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