stretch marks

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  1. thisgsx

    thisgsx New Member

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    how do you get rid of them/prevent them?
     
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    cocoa butter i think is what people recommend a lot. that and getting a tan
     
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    cocoa butter + vitamin e is what is generally recommended here.
     
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    i've read some reviews that cocoa butter doesnt really work that well. :dunno:
     
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    only way to get rid of stretch marks is to have them lasered

    to prevent..just moisturize a lot. You can buy vitamin E in capsules and that break them open over the area that is stretch mark prone
     
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    I think he is talking about the marks you receieve when you start getting Brolio...like the ones in the armpit area.
     
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    right...

    doesnt mattter where you get them...

    you still want to use vitamin e and cocoa butter

    it won't prevent them..but they might not be as bad
     
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