Striae Creams




Studies have shown that a resounding 75 to 90 percent of women will develop some stretch marks (called striae scientifically) during the course of their pregnancy. The severity of those stretch marks does vary. Some women are more prone to stretch marks due to genetics and the amount of elasticity of their skin.

Also, stretch marks is not just a problem that affects women alone. Men that are bodybuilding or gain a large amount of weight quickly can also develop stretch marks.

We here at aim to help educate individuals on the causes and reasons for stretch marks as well as ways to help treat them.

We choose to focus on creams and serums designed to help reduce or prevent stretch marks since they are generally the most economically feasible solutions.

Other procedures such as laser surgery and micro dermabrasion costs well in the thousands total while the majority of stretch mark creams are under $100.

While they do not produce results as quickly, they are able to reduce the appearance of stretch marks significantly when used over time. In addition many stretch mark solutions used beforehand can actually help prevent stretch marks from occurring.

Stretch Mark Information



What are stretch marks?

Stretch marks, referred to as striae scientifically and by dermatologists, are small tears on the skin. They occur when the elastic fibers that binds the skin together (elastin & collagen) stretches over a part of the body that is growing too quickly.

This is because the skin has limitations and needs time to shrink and grow. When the body changes too rapidly for the skin to adapt, those tears starts to occur.

When do stretch marks most often occur?

Stretch marks occur when there is a rapid change in the size of the body. The most common occurrence is during pregnancies for women.

Other reasons includes when someone gains a lot of weight in a short period of time. Stretch marks can also develop for some bodybuilders. Men and women who constantly lift weights gain muscle mass very quickly. This sometimes leads to damage of collagen in the skin causing it to pull and tear.

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