Sunday, September 9, 2012

Stretch Mark Treatment for my Cousin

I got this product from the mail just yesterday. It was sent to the old address and was forwarded to our new home. Moving is really tiring especially when it needs minor TLC's. But, I sure like it because lifting my light stuffs are a good exercise. Anyway, my cousin helped us out yesterday and he has few stretch marks from losing 30 lbs in weight. He is very healthy now and has become body conscious. He keeps bugging me to have this product so; I gave this to him because he needed it that much.

Stretch Mark Treatment is a preventive product which my cousin needed at this time. He had stretch marks on the upper arms, belly and shoulder areas. This cream is formulated in providing nutrients and vitamins to skin and I know it will help my cousin a lot. Using this treatment product will promote the elasticity and collagen thereby reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

My cousin is on his weight loss regimen so; striae occurs. Striae is a thin, narrow line or band, especially one of several that are parallel and contractile tissue. He got that on his belly. During weight loss the collagen and elastin in the dermal layer of the skin are damaged by stretching of skin leading to a breakdown in elasticity. A scar forms on the skin leading to what is commonly known as a stretch mark. While most of the marks are permanent, there are ways to reduce and prevent them from occurring. That is the reason why he wanted to use this product.

The cream of this product is formulated to provide nutrients and vitamins to skin. So, using this product will help reduce the appearance of visible scar tissue and increases elasticity prior to workouts. Stretch Mark also contains organic ingredients and it is hypoallergenic, and paraben free. I never heard from him since he used it. I hope this product works for him.

I received the product mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I used personally and believed will be good for my readers. I am not compensated with this post. All opinions are my own.

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