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Question: Can we use coconut oil for stretch marks
Answer: Hello dear... Yes,you can use coconut oil,no harm in it,Stretch marks can occur due to stretching of muscles,and it is common during pregnancy but if you have high salt content in your body, it will cause itching a lot in tummy,result in more stretches
For this you have to take care of stretch mark during pregnancy itself is a good option, apply baby lotion on tummy,during night time, will gradually decrease itching in your bump
While coming to postpartum care, massage coconut oil in your stretch mark will help,coconut oil act as a natural moisturizer too...
Applying Coco butter on stretch mark will do miracles in get rid of them. You can gradually apply coconut butter on your marks.
Stretch mark serum are also available from in all drug stores, it proven to give better results. It also makes skin soft and supple
Question: during pregnancy, which medicine or cream we can use for strach marks?
Answer: Coconut oil and olive oil are the best recommendations for curing stretch marks. They smoothen out the stretch marks. Warm castor oil and mustard oil is also recommended for use in winters.
Question: What should i use for strach marks ?
Dear There are a number of things you can do to prevent stretch marks in pregnancy, but given the nature of the changes your body undergoes it may be easier to use some methods than others. Here are some ways you can help your skin to stay resilient against stretch marks.
1. Coconut oil is a very effective moisturizer and can double up as a vegan, natural massage oil! Coconut oil is present in many creams and soaps, so it can be even better to use it neat. It absorbs deeply, quickly into your skin and eliminates dead cells. It contains, vitamin E and fatty acids which can contribute to your skin’s health.
2. For the best results, choose extra virgin olive oil and after you have washed, massage it into the affected area and the leave it on so your skin absorbs the nutrients. It can also help soothe the itchiness of your skin which occurs due to the stretching as you grow.
3. If you have an aloe plant, simply cut a leaf and squeeze out the gel from inside. Massage it into the affected or high-risk areas of your skin and then leave it on to absorb. You can do this twice a day.