Best Stretch Mark Prevention it Works Every Time
I’ll say straight out that it’s impossible to know the best stretch mark prevention product. But what I can tell you is that a good quality stretch mark cream is essential if you don’t want stretch marks.
And who does right?
I’ll share my favorite cream in a moment, but it’s worth understanding why we get stretch marks.
The problem is that although the skin can stretch there are limits to its elasticity. If you’re pregnant, a bodybuilder, have a growth spurt or you just put weight on, there’s a big chance you’ll get stretch marks.
Your skins ability to stretch is down to a couple of proteins elastin and collagen. These two guys do a great job of making sure your skin doesn’t rupture when it stretches. But the body only produces so much of these proteins and if your body changes quickly they simply can’t handle it.
So for stretch mark prevention you need more elastin and collagen to stop your skin rupturing. However I’m sure you don’t want injections and you also don’t want creams that are full of harmful chemicals.
One of the best creams (hard to truly know what is THE best, just being honest here) out there is Trilastin SR. It’s pretty famous after being endorsed on the Tyra Banks show a couple of years back.
Trilastin helps with existing stretch marks and prevents your skin rupturing. Trilastin stimulates the skin to produce more of the essential elastin and collagen proteins. This gives the skin added elasticity and the extra collagen binds the cells of the skin together.
You get the added benefit of the Soya Protein ingredient that boosts the production of new skin cells.
The key to all this is that the ingredients are natural so the cream has no side effects it can even be used safely by pregnant women.
One of my pet hates is greasy creams and I’m pleased to say Trilastin is not greasy. You will need to apply it regularly, especially if you’re pregnant, to make it work effectively.
It also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee which is pretty cool.
Filed under: Stretch Mark Prevention
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