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Stretch Marks - Symptoms & Treatment


Stretch marks (also identified as striae distensae) are part of a condition affecting the skin, and are usually establish in the population. They are caused by tearing of the dermis, and over time can reduce but not evaporate completely. Stretch marks are the outcome of the quick stretching of the skin related with rapid growth (common in puberty) or weight gain (e.g. pregnancy) that defeat the dermis's elasticity. In several cases, stretch marks can as well be a symptom of a causal health condition, such as Cushing's syndrome. Most girls and women contain stretch marks, which tend to embarrass on the breasts, thighs, hips, and butt. Many women acquire them during pregnancy. And while they're more frequent in girls, guys can obtain stretch marks, also.

Stretch marks arise in the dermis, the resilient middle layer that helps the skin preserve its shape. Stretching plays more of a position in where the marks arise and in what direction they run. Stretching alone is not the reason. Because stretch marks are the effect of advanced injure to the collagen, it is very difficult to decrease their appearance. Even as it is probable to lessen and even get rid of the look of stretch marks, it is much easier to prevent them. It is best to try to avoid rising stretch marks by controlling the pace at which you increase weight or build your muscles. The level of success among any treatment will be force d by your age, your skin texture and even your diet.

Causes of Stretch marks

Some causes & risk factors of Stretch marks are as follows:

  • Stretch marks are most frequently caused by considerable, rapid weight gain.
  • Corticosteroid creams, ointments and pills and chronic steroid use can reason stretch marks.
  • Family history.
  • Physical stretching of the skin, along with hormonal factors.
  • Overweight or fat women.

Symptoms of Stretch marks

The possible symptoms of Stretch marks includes:

  • Stretch marks first come out as red streaks, or lines, on the facade of your skin that are vaguely raised to the touch.
  • The silvery line may seem vaguely indented.
  • The scar is enduring.
  • In a lot of cases, stretch marks fade and become less apparent over time, but this can take years.

Treatments of Stretch marks

Most stretch marks fade ultimately and are not that obvious. There are various creams, gels, and ointments that claim to be able to eradicate stretch marks. These products are in effect moisturisers for your skin, and are accessible from pharmacies, and from many superstores, and beauty shops. Laser surgery is one of the most exclusive forms of stretch mark treatments and it generally needs between five and six sessions. It won't destroy your stretch marks but it can help to considerably recover their appearance. Some alternative therapies have included: applying castor oil, applying seaweed wraps, using topical glycolic or fruit acids/alkaloids, and testing out homeopathic creams or oils.

 

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