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    camy051 is offline New Member
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    ridiculous stretch marks... HELP!!

    Hey what's up fellas i was wondering what the best way to get rid or hide the stretch marks i have. I have them in my armpit all the way to my chest. There huge!... I always wanted them but now i have them i really want to get rid of them. Any help would be appreciated.
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    to hide them you can tan...thats about the only way i know of to hide them..to reduce the redness in the marks, you can use vitamen e oil capsules..just rub them on them daily..or you can try mederma it's over the counter..theres also retin-a, that is prescribed by your doctor. over time they will fade, but it takes a while..ive had mine for 3 years and they have faded a little...hope this info helps...Madmax..

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    vitamin c is supposed to be pretty important to skin elasticity

    lots of water and flax oil

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    I use bar soap now by Tone that has Coco Butter in it... depending on my workouts I may shower twice a day (one good one and one just to "clean up") that's why I switched bar soaps to include the one w/Coco Butter... I started getting marks under my upper arms. I know some like them - and where them with honor, but I do not want them.

    Coco Butter is often used successfully as a prevenative measure by pregnant woman.

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