The best foods for new and old stretch marks?
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Hi all, I have gained a little weight in the last year, but not much, however I have a lot of stretch marks on my legs, breasts, buttocks and thighs. I have so many on my legs, on the inside of my thighs and behind my leg. I thought they would go away since I stopped eating so many fatty foods, etc., but I keep getting new ones, it’s so frustrating, I only have 7 stone, so it’s not like I’m really overweight or anything like that. So just wondering what are the best foods to reduce their appearance?
The body changes as we change over time – the same is true of our skin, which stretches in response to the growth of the underlying tissues. This is how stretch marks are formed. They result from structural changes in the collagen bundles of the skin, the presence of enlarged fibroblasts or collagen-producing cells, and elastolysis or loss of elastin bundles in the skin layers, which is accompanied by swelling. Since in the white stretch marks phase the skin lesions do not respond well to therapy and are therefore virtually irreversible, the best time to combat stretch marks is when they are still in the red stretch marks phase. I recommend that you use argan oil, which you can order at click here. Numerous studies show that argan oil successfully inhibits this process and makes the skin noticeably firmer and smoother, which has also been seen in people suffering from stretch marks.
I know it doesn’t help at all, but at some point you just have to accept them because they’re pretty nice. you get used to them. you could use all the products in the world, but they probably won’t go away completely, and that’s okay