I have stretch marks on my stomach and a crease in the middle of my stomach and below my chest. Is it possible to get rid of them? If so, how?
Vitamins C and E work wonders in keeping the skin elastic and preventing stretch marks. In many cases, supplements improve the appearance of stretch marks when taken over several months. Silica is a vital nutrient for the skin. Vitamin B complex helps maintain healthy skin. Zinc is also effective in preventing and treating stretch marks.
It is of vital importance in tissue healing or regeneration. Vitamin A is especially important for skin elasticity.
Aloe vera juice and horsetail help rebuild scar tissue and strengthen skin elasticity.
Drink 1 tbsp. of rose hip juice daily as an excellent source of vitamin C, which keeps skin soft and elastic.
Vitamin E capsules opened and applied onto skin will help prevent and sometimes remove stretch marks.
Compresses and massages help to promote circulation and remove fatty deposits.
Vitamin A, 25,000 IU (avoid if pregnant)
Vitamin C, with bioflavonoids, 1000 mg
Vitamin E, with mixed tocopherols, 400 IU
Silica, 1,000 mg
Vitamin B complex, 50 mg three times daily
Zinc 15 mg, with 3 mg copper