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elizabeth

Remedy for old stretch marks use coconut oil rub it twice daily. First use derma roller. Buy oil at any drugstore or where there sell vitamins.

Hope it helps!!!

Anonymous

Hi i have 2 kids and gained about 65lbs during my pregnancy and a lot of stretch marks. Ingredients: olive oil (any grocery store), vitamin e oil (family dollar about $2), aloe vera gel (family dollar $3), cocoa gel (family dollar $3), vitamin c pills (Walmart $1), granulated sugar (any grocery store). Ok you might end up spending about $15 but you will have alot of product. Mix 1 Tbs of each oil and gel and 2 vitamen c pills cruched you can make as much as you want of this mix. With the sugar you are going to make a srub using equal parts of sugar and oil mix to the scrub you can add more thing if you want to i have added lime and baking soda but if you add it together it will foam o and mix just what you are going to use. With the sugar scrub scrub the stretch marks for about 15min it might turn sticky and start peeling but that is perfect. After that you will need a shower and after your shower add the oil mix. You can use the oil mix as many times as you like during the day. Right now i'm also using vaseline firming lotion but that's a different story. I hope this helps you as it has helped me.

Nikki

I am 21 years old, I have a 4 year old and a 18 month old, and I am really tiny, so obviously I got a lot of stretch marks from my pregnancies, and also from my teens I had them EVERYWHERE, from my thighs, to my breasts, I even had one on the back of my arm. So what I used was baby oil. almost three times a day. when i got up, after i showered, and when i went to bed. it did work of fading them. Then I heard about celtrixa and IT IS AMAZING, its a cream and it did wonders. this last summer i wore a bikini and I was 15 the last time I did. Good luck, I hope I can help you.

Amy

About 3 years ago, I was a college athlete, and in the best shape of my life. Due to knee injuries and my chosen degree, I had to quit. I guess it was the freedom or maybe just laziness, but I stopped working out and kept eating like I always had. Obviously, my metabolism slowed and the number of calories I was burning dropped severely. I started gaining weight. I went from 115lb of toned muscle to 165lb of flab over the course of these 3 years. I also got stretch marks on my sides and on the front of my stomach. I felt disgusting, so I tried many diets. I didn’t stick with any of them. I also have tried almost everything under the sun to get rid of my stretch marks. I know everyone says that, but I literally did. As a 23 year old, summer was torture. I wanted so badly to go boating with my friends and go to the beach, but my stretch marks were holding me back. I basically did nothing all summer in the water.

The products I used for my stretch marks were cocoa butter, the special cocoa butter for stretch marks, vitamin e oil, vitamin e lotions (like a million different ones), fade creams, scar removers, aloe vera, tamanu body butter, exfoliating, lemon juice on the marks, silicone patches (which faded a small amount), bio-oil, I tried a natural scar removal cream from the health food store...nothing helped! Very recently, I decided to try oil cleansing for my face. I was using a mixture of castor oil and sweet almond oil (both from whole foods). Since I had the oils, I decided to do castor packs with the mixture. The packs helped a little bit. Enough that I was encouraged to keep using the oil. I took a bath with the castor oil and sweet almond oil after skin brushing, and that made a small difference and made my skin silky smooth.

Last night, however, gave the best results. I splashed the stretch marks with warm water then used baking soda and massaged it into the stretch marks. I had read this is similar to a microdermabrasion. I did that until the skin was a little pink. Then I took a hot shower and skin brushed. After the shower, I heated a mixture of 1 part sweet almond oil, 1 part jojoba oil, ½ part castor oil, and a couple drops of tea tree oil in the microwave (after a minute it was pretty hot to the touch so be careful!). I massaged this oil into the stretch marks. This morning, I woke up to see the stretch marks on my left side almost completely faded away and the marks on my stomach and right side are faded quite a bit too. I was stoked! I should also mention that yesterday I started oil pulling, which may or may not be a factor.

I am going to stick with this and will update if anything significant happens. I know different products work for different people, but I think this is worth a shot. Castor oil and sweet almond oil are amazing and I hope it helps someone else out there!

Anonymous

Hi my names Kaitlyn, I'm 13 and have stretch marks on my inner and outer thighs, hips (love handles), and my breast. Im really self-consious about them, i cant event wear a bikini/tankini or shorts without being embarrassed. Ive tried lotions with cocoa butter in it but is hasn't been working! the marks are red/ purple from which I've learn means they are new. I've only had them for around a year or so. Is there any natural money saving remedies you can give me before summer comes back around?!? thanks!

Jia

First of all what everyone needs to understand is there is no short cut to make stretch marks to disappear. It takes a good year for the it to disappear. I was a size 32 in my waist and had a drastic waist loss and my waist size reduced to 25. So one can imagine the stretch marks. Since was very worried about it like you all, I had tried n number of remedies and one of them really clicked. Like I mentioned it took about a year for it to completely disappear (yes! it can completely disappear), I added a good amount of glycerine to coca butter cream that is usually available in the market and massaged it on the effected area after shower every day. I did this religiously for a year and stretch marks never shows on my skin any more. One thing to note here is the fact that it is all these creams and oils must be massaged on to the skin. Without some amount of massage none of these work. Just dedicate about 5 min of your after shower time to apply this combination and massage and you'll see the results. :)

Good Luck you all :) I hope it was helpful !

lady lia

Hi ladies, am 22 yrs old and iv'e had stretch marks 4 like 10 yrs..try this: start by taking a bath then rub spirit all over ur stretch marks, live it 4 like 2mins then mix bio-oil wit olive oil, but not 2 much olive oil..twice a day and it works wonders..iv been doing this 4 a month and new strech marks are gone and old ones are so light u can almost see them..make sure that ur skin is never dry...I hope it works 4 u 2

sjwilliams

I have had stretch marks since my preteen years. I seem to gain more when my weight fluctuates throughout the years and I have horrible stretch marks on my thighs. I have tried bio oil and that hasn't worked for me. I am now using a coffee/brown sugar/coconut oil body scrub and it is working wonderfully. I moisturize with coconut oil daily after showering and I have a dermaroller that I use every 2 to 3 weeks. I know this is going to take time, but I am seeing improvement with this combination. I may also purchase a stretch mark cream to see if it will speed up the process.

Anonymous

i have tried these two things to have with stress marks and so far worked. try putting grapeseed oil on them everyday for two times a day and then lightly scrub your skin when you shower to get rid of dead skin cells.

Anonymous

I'm thirteen and have had stretch marks since I was about twelve. It's summer now but I am to embarrassed to swim because of the stretch marks on my thighs. I haven't had the greatest success in removing them but one of the things that I found helped them to fade was rosehip oil, two drops, every night.

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