Getting Rid of Stretch Marks on Hips and Thighs
Most women carry a fair amount of weight in their hips or thighs, so if a women gains weight quickly she is more likely to get stretch marks in those areas. Even though skin is highly elastic it can only stretch so far, so if it stays stretched out for long periods of time the skin will develop stretch marks. At first the marks will appear deep shades of red, blue or purple, once the skin starts to relax a little they will fade considerably. Once you get stretch marks its hard to get rid of them, but here are 5 ways to fade stretch marks on your hips and thighs.
5 ways to fade stretch marks on your hips and thighs
1). Microderm abrasion cream, this cream will take off the first few layers of dead skin and lighten stretch marks over time by wearing them away.
2). Get a good stretch mark cream with high amounts of hyaluronic acid like our StriMedix-Sm+. Always remember you can prevent stretch marks by hydrating the skin. Apply the cream at least twice a day for maximum results. Use in combination with the microderm cream for great results.
3). Hydrate your body and skin; drink at least 5 glasses of water a day. Cut out caffeine, it constricts the skin and helps cause stretch marks during weight gain.
4). Supplement you diet with vitamins A and C, zinc is also really good for the skin. Stay away from fried foods which can damage the skin over time. The base of your diet should consist of plenty of wholesome foods listed below.
Foods to help get rid of stretch marks on hips and thighs.
• brazil nuts
Lean meats, eggs and milk are also great for the skin, they are full of essential vitamins and minerals the body needs to replenish and rebuild.
5). Cocoa butter is also great for hydrating skin; it can help prevent stretch marks on the hips and thighs.