Have you had a baby lately? Feeling great about the new baby but not so happy to find that your stomach looks like an elephants trunk? Covered in stretch marks.
It's estimated that over 75% of new mothers have stretch marks to show off as their battle scars of giving birth.
There's a number of reasons you may get stretch marks when you're pregnant, and stretch marks aren't confined to pregnancy. Girls can, for example, also get them during puberty.
And it even seems to be genetic, as there is an increased risk of stretch marks if your mother had them.
So what options do you have for getting rid of stretch marks?
There are several options, one is to just do nothing and hope they go away. Some mothers just use a simple moisturizer and hope this will be sufficient.
Other mothers get much more ambitious and try such options as cosmetic surgery like laser. But this can also be less than perfect, risky and expensive.
And you can even get specifically designed creams targeted at removing stretch marks, but these too can have risks and may not work.
Or you could try micro dermabrasion if you're brave.
And then there is the safer more natural route. A little more work but less risky and more natural involving such things as dietary changes and herbal products. Not guaranteed, nothing is, but it will offer you a simpler safer route that may take a little more work.
But many women haven't even considered the possibility that there is a safe natural approach to removing stretch marks that can be safer and as likely to succeed as any other approach. You may not want to undertake risky and expensive procedures, there is an alternative.
So if the cost and/or the risks associated with some methods of removing stretch marks scares you there are other, cheaper and less risky, more natural options for you to choose.
I'll tell you about them on my website.