Most women have stretch marks during pregnancy. Although they can fall on any part of the body, but mostly they are seen on the lower abdomen, hips, thighs and breasts.
There are many changes in a woman’s body during pregnancy. Stretch marks are also one of the same changes. Stretch marks means stretch marks. Stretch marks can fall on any part of the body, but mostly they are seen on the lower abdomen, hips, thighs and breast. Stretch marks usually occur in the second quarter.
In fact, due to enlargement of stomach during pregnancy, not only the upper layer of your skin gets stretched, but the lower layers also get pulled. This causes the collagen to break down a bit and this is seen as stretch marks. Stretch marks are light to someone and deep to someone, the reason may be genetic. It is not possible to completely avoid stretch marks, but it can be reduced by trying some measures.
These measures will work
1. Rub the aloe vera on the stretch marks for 15 minutes and then wash it with lukewarm water. By doing this daily, the stretch marks will gradually become lighter.
2. Make a scrub by adding almond oil and lemon juice to a spoonful of sugar. Massage the area with the scratch marks with light hands. In time, a little effect will start appearing.
3. To keep weight under control, do regular exercises as advised by your doctor.
4. Drink lots of water, this makes the skin flexible. You can also consume fruits and vegetables with water excess, such as watermelon, cucumber, gourd etc.
5. Take a diet rich in nutrients. In particular, eat things containing vitamin C and D.
6. Massage with coconut hands in place of stretch marks daily with coconut oil can also relieve this problem.
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