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Natural remedies for stretch marks

 

Natural remedies for stretch marks

 

The beauty industry is laden with artificial products, and this is why many people prefer making their beauty products at home. Some few companies have heard and experienced the needs of the consumers who wish to use only natural products.

To get an active stretch marks treatment creams or lotions that don’t contain artificial additives has become next to impossible, and this is why we are providing you with this beneficial information if you are looking for natural remedies for stretch marks.

Eating the right food

Whatever you consume will determine the skin you have, and it is crucial you eat food that promotes healthy skin. It doesn’t matter the type of stretch marks removal method you are using as long as you are not taking care of your skin from the inside the problem will always persist.

Below are some of the essential nutrients required for healthy skin.

Water

Hydration is vital for every process in your body. Water aids in the absorption of nutrients and excretion of waste through sweats, feces, and urine. The skin is a group of cells coming together to perform different work. Skin cells need water for them to complete the required task.

When the skin isn’t hydrated from the inside, the cells start to slow down on their work, and the skin becomes dry and flaky. Dry skin can’t withstand stretches that are why they break easily when the skin stretches.

To keep your skin cells healthy you should drink at minimum eight glasses of water daily.

Vitamins A, C, and E

Vitamin A is found in orange vegetables such as sweet potatoes and carrots. Vitamin A aids in repairing damaged collagen; it awakens dying collagen cells and make them function as they should.

Citrus fruits such as oranges, grapes, limes, and lemons are a rich source of vitamin C. Vitamin C breaks down amino acids (lysine and proline) to collagen. Without the presence of vitamin C in the body, collagen production becomes hard.


Protein

Collagen is a type of protein that is responsible for giving your skin the firmness and elasticity it requires. Though the body produces this essential protein, there reaches a time when its’ production is slowed down due to aging and other factors.

When the production of collagen is not sufficient in the body, the skin becomes susceptible to skin problems such as stretch marks. The stretching limits for the skin reduce making the skin easily breakable with a slight stretch during weight gain, pregnancy, or muscle gain.  

You can get collagen from animal proteins such as bone broth from beef and the likes.

Zinc

Zinc is a trace mineral that is crucial in the growth, healing, and repair of damaged skin. With zinc present in the human body, it becomes hard for a person to experience stretch marks since zinc will act on the affected area before it is seen on the surface.

You can get zinc from garbanzo meat, lamb meat, pumpkin seeds, garbanzo beans, chicken, eggs, turkey, mushroom, salmon, and cocoa powder.

Omega-3 fatty acids

Omega 3 fatty acids are found mainly in flaxseed, safflower, olive, sunflower, and olive. Maintaining moisture by preventing it from escaping the skin is what omega three fatty acids is good at and keeping the skin moisturized is very important to prevent drying.

The sun shielding property of omega 3 protects the skin from damaging UV rays from the sun. The skin of a person who consumes omega 3 is unlikely to suffer from sun-induced lesions since the rays don’t reach the skin cells.

Treatment regimen

Though it is important to observe what you eat when you are looking to prevent or treat stretch marks, it is also crucial for you to take care of your skin from the outside. If you are looking to treat existing stretch marks here is a regimen you can try for effective treatment of stretch marks.

Cleanse

Cleansing your skin removes dirt, oil, and opens follicles for sebum to reach the surface and prevent bacteria from getting access to the skin beneath. Once the follicles are open, the skin is ready for the next step.

Exfoliate

Skin exfoliation is done on intervals, and this depends on the texture of your skin. Some skin can last up to a week for the next exfoliation and others will require you exfoliate twice or thrice a week.

Cleansing does remove the dirt on the skin, but there is dead skin that is stubborn and requires an exfoliating scrub to remove them and expose the new skin cells ready for nutrients. In this case, using sugar, scrubs provide an excellent result.

Sugar scrubs doesn’t only exfoliate, but it also contains nutrients that are beneficial to the skin. As it exfoliates it nourishes your skin giving a glow.

Skin serum

Now that the skin is all clean and free from any barriers that may hinder absorption of crucial nutrients, you can now apply serum and massage it to the surface. Skin serums are vital for treating stretch marks as they tend to penetrate the skin and work from the inside-out.

Serum will repair the damaged dermis allowing regeneration of new skin cells that are not torn.

Moisturise

To complete the treatment, you require to seal in all the right nutrients inside for them to work without disruption and this is where you use a moisturizer. Moisturizers work by sealing in moisture and preventing the skin from drying which isn’t what you want when you are trying to eliminate stretch marks.

Are there treatment plans that use natural remedies in the market?

Yes, Bio-Stria is a stretch marks removal treatment that contains all and more of the mentioned steps. The products made by Bio-Stria are purely organic and tested not on animals. Clients using the procedure have seen results, and they are always coming back for more since you require several treatments for the stretch marks to disappear completely.

Get a Bio-Stria treatment kit today.



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