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Stretch Marks and Men

Stretch marks on men are just as common as they are on women. The only difference is how men and women develop the stretch marks. Stretch marks result from quick weight gain and can also develop because of hormonal imbalance. A hormonal imbalance can affect the skin’s natural collagen production. This is very common during pregnancy. While men and women both work out, it is more common for men to develop stretch marks when working out, because they gain muscle mass quickly. Body builders suffer from a lot of stretch marks if they are taking supplements or any form of steroid that makes their muscles build at a rapid rate.

 You will most likely notice stretch marks on men’s shoulders and underarms, because this is where they develop a lot of muscle. They experience changes in their hormones which also develops stretch marks. There are many products out there to treat stretch marks in certain areas. Men will be able to find many moisturizers to treat their stretch marks. A man will feel comfortable with using a product such as Rejuvine cream. They will like this product because it rebuilds the collagen and repairs the skin at the same time. It isn’t as expensive as other products out there, but has the same correction similarities. Why pay more?! Rejuvine cream will do the exactly same job as the other high priced creams out there.

Mederma to treat stretch marks in men

Mederma is another fabulous product for men to use on their stretch marks. This product has been around for many years and people have reviewed it as a success in the treatment of stretch marks. It is usually sold in stores in a section primarily for skin ailments. This might make a man more comfortable in making the purchase, instead of going to the cosmetics aisle. Mederma does not have any fancy aromas either and is highly recommended to men for treating stretch marks. Stretch marks may be a pain but they do not hurt the body or cause any harm. Some people may feel less confident about themselves though, so it is a good idea to have knowledge on the topic of stretch marks and the recommended treatments.

 

Disclaimer:  The information provided within this site is not meant to be a substitute for a medical doctor's opinion.  This site is for informational purposes ONLY.  Please check with your medical practitioner before any type of treatment or prevention method is started.

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