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What Causes Your Stretch Marks And How To Solve It

stretch marks

It is without doubt that Stretch marks on the skin can be really embarrassing. If you have this skin problem, I’m pretty sure you feel uncomfortable wearing some of your clothes that expose that part of your skin in the day. Why get used to this skin discoloration when you can do something about it right away? I want to share with you the reason why those stretch marks appear & what you can do now to minimise it.

Why Stretch Marks?

As the name implies, these marks appear when your skin stretches beyond normal. Your skin is elastic, almost like a balloon which when overblown, tears with tiny marks on it. It mostly appears around the armpits, breasts & other growth-prone areas of the skin.

Stretch marks are caused when your skin expands rather quickly due to weight gain and/or pregnancy. Your skin type does play a role. The nature of the collagen in you will determine your skin’s resistance to stretch.

If you have a dry skin, you are more likely to have stretch marks because your skin lacks the moisture to prevent it from “cracking” during this growth spurt.
What You Should Do.

It is obvious that stretch marks can be prevented as well as reduced by “oiling” your skin. Doing so will allow for skin expansion without creating marks. However, note that old stretch marks may take more time to heal to address.

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DO THIS NOW TO SOLVE STRETCH MARKS & HAVE A GLOWING, YOUNG SKIN

MATERIALS: Shea Butter (Ori; Ogwuma) and Coconut Oil or Olive Oil.

PROCEDURE.

1. Melt the Shea Butter. Don’t heat.
2. Prepare the coconut oil and mix with the melted shea butter. Use olive oil in place of coconut oil if you want to have a darker skin.
3. Refrigerate the mixture and wait for it to be almost solid.
4. Bring it out and mix thoroughly with an egg whisker or fork to make it fluffy. Put in a container when done.
5. Your home-made cream is ready. Apply daily on the affected area or all over your body often.
6. If you want to make this cream for you child, add Palm Kernel Oil to the mixture.
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An Alternative..

Tissue oil

Skin Plus Tissue Oil, made by Swissgarde South Africa, has a rich blend of oils, herbs and vitamins (A, D & E) to help keep your skin soft, smooth and even toned. This formula also contains Tea Tree Oil, a natural antiseptic with calming, soothing properties. I recommend it for you being ideal for stretch marks, dry, aging skin, scars & damaged skin.

For more info about it or to place your order, feel free to call Simon on 08125678177, 08130496612 or click ME to order online.

 

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