Microdermabrasion, certain forms of laser therapy and tretinoin creams have been shown to have limited success at reducing the appearance of stretch marks, according to the Mayo Clinic. A physician should be consulted be... More »

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Get rid of stretch marks by using home remedies, store-bought products and creams or by getting professional treatment. Each individual has different results and reactions from each option. More »

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According to WebMD, stretch marks are discolorations or scarring in the skin after it has been stretched out due to significant weight loss, weight gain or pregnancy. The marks form as a result of the middle layer of the... More »

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Apply a combination of tretinoin and 20 percent glycolic acid creams daily to fade the appearance of stretch marks and repair the elastin content of the skin. Tretinoin cream requires a prescription from a licensed physi... More »

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To reduce the appearance of fresh, red stretch marks, use an over-the-counter stretch-mark cream or an oil that contains retinoid, collagen or glycolic acid. Apply the cream to the affected area in a circular motion up t... More »

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Home remedies for reducing the appearance of stretch marks include using moisturizers and drinking plenty of water, notes WebMD. Most stretch marks naturally fade with time, according to National Health Services. More »

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People get stretch marks when the skin stretches too much, according to Mayo Clinic. One of the most common causes of stretch marks is pregnancy. More »

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