Despite cellulite, what usually bother all women, are stretch marks. They are lines on the surface of the skin, without pigment, which occur in both men and women for several reasons.

They can simply be a part of genetics, can occur in extreme weight loss, during pregnancy, or exercise. Most often they can occur in the abdominal part, but also on the buttocks, hips, shoulders, upper arms, and chest.

Stretch marks are formed in the dermis – the middle layer of the skin. The connective tissue breaks out of its limits of flexibility due to sudden collapse or spread of the skin. As the skin grows, collagen production is weakened and the cycle of collagen production is interrupted. Initially, these skin lines are pink or red, but in time they form a grayish, creepy layer on the surface and it is actually stretch as we see it.

Let’s see the natural ways to remove the stretch marks:

Castor oil

Castor oil, which is used for various skin conditions, such as wrinkles, pelvic palms, dark spasms, and pimples, can also be used to treat the stenosis.

– Apply oil to the sloping surface and rub it in circular movements for 5 to 10 minutes. Put a thin pad, cotton cloth or duster on it. Then pour a hot water over the cloth, and hold it for half an hour. Repeat this process every day to get positive results by the end of the month.

Lemon juice

Another easy way to alleviate stretch marks is the use of lemon juice, which is generally good for skin problems such as acne and scars.

– Rub the juice of lemon juice on the stems, with no circular movements. Let the skin absorb lemon juice for some 10 minutes, then rinse it with warm water. You can also use a mixture of lemon juice and cucumber juice in a 50: 50 ratio.

Olive oil

Olive oil contains plenty of nutrients and antioxidants, which help to combat skin problems, including stretch marks.

Aloe vera

The rewarding and soothing properties of Aloe will also help you fight streaks. You can use it in a few ways.

– You can directly rub the Aloe Vera Gel into the problem area, leave for 15 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water.