Teenage Stretch Marks and Revitol Stretch Mark Cream

January 12, 2011

Millions of young people are plagued with teenage stretch marks. These marks can be extremely embarrassing and cause sufferers to avoid activities like going to the gym, visiting the beach and even going on picnics. It is particularly sad when teenagers decide to give up sports activities or other fun events just because they don’t want to be seen in a bathing suit or shorts. One solution is Revitol stretch mark cream.

Stretch marks, also known as striae, can show up anywhere on the body and will appear as purple or reddish lines. It is scarring of the skin caused by tearing the layer of skin between the dermis and epidermis. They commonly appear on areas of fatty tissue like the buttocks and abdomen.

Striae are the result of skin expanding too quickly. Therefore, anyone can be susceptible. Not only weight gain but also weightlifting and pregnancy can cause the marks.

Striae can be attacked in a few different ways. First of all there is surgery in which the skin is actually pulled taut, therefore improving the skin’s appearance. But the thought of surgery is not too attractive to many people. Anesthetics are involved so that may be a problem for some. It can also be quite expensive.

Revitol stretch mark cream is one alternative. Such creams can not only work to erase existing marks but also help prevent future ones. Teenage girls and boys as well as pregnant women who need to be careful about what they put on their skin will want to check the products’ ingredients. The good news with Revitol is that it contains all natural ingredients and no steroids.

Consider dietary changes too. For years, vitamins A and D as well as zinc have been shown to provide benefits to skin. Vitamin C will also aid in producing collagen. Be sure to go over all the information and choose the safest solution for your needs.

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