Stretch Marks

Celebrity Stretch Marks

Celebrities have their whole career based on their appearance and talent. They worry about stretch marks just as much as we do. People watch every thing they do, what they wear, and which part of their body is showing. They are constantly under a media watch and followed by paparazzi. Women celebrities have a very difficult time with any flaws because they are always supposed to be attractive and gorgeous. When celebrities get pregnant they have to take extra care to prevent stretch marks. Stretch marks on a beautiful celebrity could cost them their career advancement. While this all sounds critical, it is the truth.

Stretch marks develop when the skin is stretched at a rapid weight. If a celebrity is pregnant there is a constant fear of the development of stretch marks. Puberty is also another cause for stretch marks in younger people, and if you experienced them then, you might be susceptible to them when you get pregnant. When skin stretches too much it begins to tear and form a line. They are usually discovered on the hips, thighs, abdomen, breasts, arms and buttocks. Skin exposure is very important to a celebrity’s lifestyle and having stretch marks can be quite damaging to their career. Celebrities have some tips on how to deal with stretch marks or how to prevent them.

Celebrity Tips for Stretch Mark Prevention

*Maintain a healthy weight and keep away from yo-yo diets that make you lose weight fast and then gain again. When people gain weight too fast it causes stretch marks.

*Keep hydrated and drink a lot of water whenever possible. Water can keep the skin soft and moist.

*Apply moisturizers to the skin. Use moisturizers that have vitamin E in them to keep the skin soft.

*Exercise daily to allow the skin to get rid of toxins and keep nourished.

*Eat a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables, and protein. It will keep you energized and keep your skin healthy.


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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