Many women don’t realize that stretch marks become somewhat less noticeable in the months after giving birth. I still think that treating your stretch marks with either topical creams or using natural holistic treatments, you will feel better about yourself and be able to focus on your post pregnancy weight loss. Here are a few stretch marks tips that will help you out.
Tretinoin can be prescribed by your dermatologist (also know as ‘Retin-A’). This is best if you are not breastfeeding as there could be some issues. Tretinoin (Retin-A) has been proven to decrease stretch mark lines up to 20% which is a pretty amazing feat!
Tretinoin and breast feeding should be avoided as stated above due to the way the stretch mark cream is absorbed. There is no way of knowing if it can get into the breast milk there fore it should be avoided just to protect the infant.
People have been looking into laser therapy for stretch marks more and more these days. Basically, Laser stretch mark therapy allows surgeons to use different kinds of light to resort the skins elasticity and remove stretch marks permanently. This is a popular solution for people suffering from stretch marks due to the high success rates.
The only big downside is that most health insurance plans would never cover laser stretch mark surgery. You can fully expect to be getting the bill if you plan on going this route.
I hope you gain some insight into stretch mark removal and learned how to get rid of stretch marks a little bit more today.
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