Stretch marks are visible lines, furrows on the surface of the skin, different in color from the rest of the skin.
-Stretch marks are mainly found in the abdomen, but may appear on the thighs, upper arms, buttocks and chest. Sometimes stretches can cover large areas of the body.
-Although pregnancy is the main cause of stretch marks, other reasons may be sudden gain or loss of weight, rapid growth, hereditary factors, stress and changes in physical condition.
-The skin consists of three main layers: epidermis (outer layer), dermis (middle layer) and subcutaneous or hypodermic (deepest layer).
-Stretch marks are formed in the dermis or middle layer of skin when the connective tissue is “stretched” more than the possibility of its flexibility due to rapid spreading or shrinkage of the skin.
1. Many potatoes
Potato juice contains vitamins and minerals that strengthen growth and regeneration of skin cells.
Cut the medium sized potatoes into thick slices.
Take one of the potato chips and gently rub it on the stems for a few minutes. Make sure the potato fluid covers the affected area.
Let the potato juice dry for a while, then rinse it with lukewarm water.