📍 What are stretch marks ?

Stretch marks are the lines that appear on our skin when a layer of the skin starts to tear.

📍Why does this happen?

This tearing happens because of multiple reasons obviously the most common reason known to us is pregnancy but there are other reasons also like rapid weight fluctuation, it could be dry itchy skin, it could be genetic reasons, it could be hormonal issues.

📍 Where do they appear ?

The most common areas will be on your stomach, the hips, the breast, inner side of the thighs but from one person to the other it could vary also.

📍What is the solution ?

So the solution actually lies in a 3 fold answer.

1) Choose the right product to keep the skin nourished & moisturized.

Find the product that has the right materials of nutrients that work on keeping the skin nourished & moisturized for 24hours hence providing elasticity to the skin.

2) Use the product at the right times during the day for maximum benefit. Like post bath & before bed time is a must do.

3) Start using the product much before u see the first signs of stretch marks. If u r pregnant, then it's good idea to start using the product as early as the 3rd month of ur pregnancy because during the pregnancy or post-pregnancy there are high chances that u may get stretch marks. So why not start taking care of ur skin right away.

📍 Natural ingredients that help reduce stretch marks : Aloevera, Cocoa butter, Cucumber, Coconut oil, Almond oil, Castor oil, Wheat grass oil. #lifeasmamma #bbcreatorsclub #bbccreatorsclub #stretchmarks #newmomslife #momadvice #momcare #firsttimemom #firsttimemomtobe #bbcfamily #bbcinfluencers

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Stretch marks!!!!! It is such a helpful posts for every mothers going through this journey :) Thank you for sharing

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