Amazing Ways To Lighten Stretch Marks : Home Remedies And Clinical Treatment

Strech Marks are a major concern for every women and girl. They are stubborn and annoying. We all are tired of trying different ways to get rid of them. Essential Oils, Ayurveda Spa Treatments and not to forget Mederma too ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Nothing has worked for me. But today I am going to share some really amazing home remedies that will help you lighten the stretch marks to a certain extent.


How To Lighten Stretch Marks
How To Lighten Stretch Marks


1) Olive Oil, Vitamin E Oil and Lemon Juice

Vitamin E and Olive are the best buddies of your skin and Lemon is known for its skin lightening properties. Mix a tsp of Olive Oil, Vitamin E Oil and add 1/4 tsp of Lemon Juice to it. Apply this mixture twice a day and you will see the change in few weeks ๐Ÿ™‚


2) Make A Coffee Scrub

Coffee makes an excellent body scrub and it is a very good option to lighten the appearance of stretch marks. Grind coffee beans but make sure it’s coarse and not a fine powder. Mix it with water and rub it on the affected area in small circular motions. This will give you amazing results.


3) Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a clinical treatment in whichย tiny crystals are sprayed onto the skin to gently remove the outer layer of your skin. This technique is very gentle and help reduce the appearance of stretch marks. It is good for light and shallow acne marks too ๐Ÿ™‚ Do visit your dermatologist for consultation before going for this treatment.


4) Bio Oil

I swear by this oil. It is the best oil I have ever tried. It not only helps lightening the scars and stretch marks but also improves the texture of your skin. Use this twice a day. You can use it as a primer too under your makeup. Do try it once to see the difference.


These were some of the remedies which will help you lighten your stretch marks. Do try these. I would love to read your feedback in the comments below ๐Ÿ˜€




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    I have Bio Oil but like you I only use it for stretch marks and scars… I didn’t know it could be use as a primer! I’d definitely do it next time. Wow this product, packs a punch! Thanks for sharing!


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