How to Get Rid of Stretch Marks for Free

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Getting rid of stretch marks requires applying fresh cut lemons to the area, which helps to remove dead skin cells, and massaging almond oil over the stretch marks for five to 10 minutes to break up scar tissue. Eliminate the appearance of stretch marks, drinking plenty of water to plump up the skin, with helpful information from a clinical aesthetician in this free video on skin care.

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Video Transcript

Are you tired of looking at those stretch marks, maybe you just had a baby or you've been working out? My name is Keeley Selvage with "Keeley Skin Solutions" and I'm going to show you how to diminish the look of those stretch marks. You can see here on our model just in the crease of his arm he has got a few little stretch marks there so what we're going to do first is apply some fresh cut lemon to the area, just like that, rub it in a little bit, let that sit for five to ten minutes and what that is going to do is lemon has a natural fruit acid in it and it is going to help to exfoliate or remove the dead skin from the area and it is also very stimulating which we need for the area to heal. So you want to wipe that off after it has sat for five to ten minutes and then you want to apply an oil. You can use olive oil if you want, cocoa butter. I like to use almond oil and apply it to the area. Almond oil is very hydrating and it is also stimulating. Massage it for five to ten minutes which again is going to help to break up any scar tissue. It is going to bring blood to the area and help the area to heal. You also want to remember to always drink plenty of water, the more water the better and that is going to help to plump the skin and that is also going to diminish the look of your stretch marks and improve just about everything else on your body. My name is Keeley with "Keeley Skin Solutions" and that is how you reduce the look of stretch marks.


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