Making Stretch marks disappear

BJ - posted on 10/15/2009 ( 6 moms have responded )




I had my son over three months ago...I didn't get stretch marks until he dropped for the last two weeks of my pregnancy. Is there anything that will help lighten up or make them smaller? Please help...not feeling attractive with them:(


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My mum has had some quite nasty scars over the years and she tried everything under the sun... the only thing that helped her was Vit E tablets... she would crack them open, and get all the gooey liquid from inside and rub that into her scar, apparently she got the idea from a lady who used it on her stretch marks...

Good luck, I hope this helps. I have some nasty stretch marks at the moment, so I will be giving this ago once this baby comes out LOL.

Courtney - posted on 10/15/2009




I have been using bio-oil for 1 week and the redness has already dissapeared.

Tiffany - posted on 10/15/2009




Hay BJ they have alot of diffrent creams for them but it only works if you aply 3 times a day and they arnt very cheep I tried a few. they will Lightin with time it take natrually as long as your active about 8 months to start seeing a change just lossing the babby waight and Vitamen E will help

Sarah - posted on 10/15/2009




Hate to say it but I had my daughter 7 years ago and the stretch marks are still here. I tried all the scar removal creams out there. It was a waste of money. Also if you plan on having more, My second daughter didn't impact my current stretch marks but then I had a boy and all my stretch marks got longer and deeper. Maybe if you can afford a surgical procedure?

Tara - posted on 10/15/2009




A really good moisturizer. Massage it in to help produce collagen. Its working wonders for me. I also rub in baby oil with vitamin E after every shower. They will always be there but they do become less noticeable.

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