Apply a cream containing retinol
Retinol has been shown to be effective in treating red stretch marks. It can improve the appearance of stretch marks that have just appeared in less than a few months. A cream containing retinoil helps to restructure skin collagen, making stretch marks noticeably less visible.
Cream for browning skin
A self tanner can help mask red stretch marks, making them less likely to appear. If you have stretch marks, you should not sunbathe. Sunbathing can darken the color of stretch marks and make them more visible.
Nutritional supplements from food
There are no miraculous foods that can make red stretch marks go away, but some products help to strengthen skin and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. Health experts recommend drinking plenty of water, as it helps to make your skin supple and stretch less. Zinc-rich foods like nuts or fish also contribute to a healthy glow.
Exfoliate your skin
Regular exfoliation helps remove dead skin on the body, increases skin regeneration, and helps fade stretch marks. Bleaching also helps increase the effectiveness of the products used to treat stretch marks later.
Maintaining a healthy weight is an effective way to prevent stretch marks. If you don’t experience any sudden weight gain or weight loss, your old stretch marks will gradually fade away.