Stretch Marks on the Inner Thigh

How to Get Rid of Stretch Marks on the Inner Thigh?

The first thing to do when you have stretch marks on your inner thighs is to get them removed. There are many ways to do it. You can go see a doctor or dermatologist for treatment, which will cost money and take time. Another option is to try out various products that claim to help with getting rid of stretch marks. These include creams, gels, ointments, lotions and other topical solutions. Most of these products are not safe and may cause side effects such as allergic reactions or skin irritation. Some of these creams contain ingredients like salicylic acid that can irritate the skin if used excessively. Other topical treatments include laser surgery, electrolysis, microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Laser surgery involves using high powered lasers to burn away the stretch mark. Microdermabrasion uses small abrasive devices to break down dead cells in the dermis layer of skin. Chemical peeling removes all traces of toxins from the body through a chemical peel procedure.

There are several methods for removing stretch marks on the inner thighs. One effective home remedy is to apply vitamin E oil on the stretch marks two to three times daily. Massage the oil gently into the skin until it is completely absorbed. This process usually takes several weeks, so you need to be patient. You can also use other oils such as sweet almond, wheat germ, coconut or olive oil to get similar results.

Aloe vera is known for its healing and soothing properties and it also helps lighten the appearance of scars and stretch marks. Regular massaging of aloe vera on the affected area can help fade away stretch marks. For faster and better results, you can mix vitamin E oil and aloe vera and apply the mixture on stretch marks before going to bed. Wash your inner thighs with a mild cleanser and pat dry. Apply the mixture on the inner thighs while they are still damp. This will help the skin absorb all the ingredients properly.

Another home remedy is to mix 1 tablespoon of soybean oil, 2 tablespoons of lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply the mixture on the inner thighs and covers with a bandage. You should do this 2-3 times each week for a month.

A very popular product on the market is called AmLactin. It is a moisturizer that contains alpha hydroxy acids, which are natural exfoliators. These moisturizers are used to treat very dry skin as well as mild conditions of eczema and ichthyosis. AmLactin is available without a prescription and can be found at most drug stores. Other over the counter moisturizers that contain alpha hydroxy acids are Lac-Hydrin, Galderma and Evitol.

These lotions should be used on the inner thighs twice a day.

Another way to get rid of stretch marks is to apply a mixture of 1 tablespoon coffee grounds, 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil, 1 tablespoon cocoa butter and 4 tablespoons whipped cream. In a bowl, mix all the ingredients until you get a pliable dough. Use your fingers to apply the mixture on the affected area and leave it on for at least 1 hour. Wash the mixture off with warm water. You should do this at least once a day for noticeable results.

You can also try skin brushing. Using a soft bristle brush, gently sweep the brush in a circular motion over the stretch marks. Do this before taking a shower or applying creams and lotions.

This is just a tip for you to try out. There is no scientific evidence that this will really work but it’s worth the shot if you’re feeling desperate. Try applying banana peels on your inner thighs. The banana peel should be thick enough to cover at least 2/3 of the affected area. After 30 minutes, wash it off and pat dry.

You can also mix honey and water in equal amounts and apply on the area. I hope these tips help you out and remember, if these tips don’t help, there are always surgical procedures available. Best of luck to you.

The internet is full of tips and tricks on how to get rid of stretch marks. Some websites say that certain products can lighten or fade away the appearance of them while others say that still other methods can make the skin tougher so that it won’t get stretch mark in the first place. I’ve tried several of these remedies myself but none have worked. I suppose I shouldn’t be disappointed since most of these problem areas are covered by my clothing anyway.

Some of my friends have suggested costly treatments and surgery but since these problem areas are primarily on the inner part of my thighs I don’t really see the point in spending all that money just to satisfy the curiosity of others. I’ve even thought about taping down paper cut outs of stretch marks to the inside of my legs to resemble the real thing but I think that might be taking this whole experiment too far.

After some thought I have decided to try to raise some money. Maybe not enough to buy a brand new car but maybe enough for a few nice things or a fun trip.

If you take after your mother then you may be wondering what happened to the $200 she gave him. Well he decided to save it and after 8 years and interest it has grown to $2,000. Maybe he’ll use it towards his college education or maybe he’ll do something crazy with it. You’ll never know unless you ask!

What to do:

This game is all about choices so while there are many paths you can take, be careful since there are many options but only one is the “right” one. You’ll have to use a bit of logic and reasoning to get the right answers.

For example: If you see a cut scene of “Test A” and it shows a girl getting a B on her report card, If you answer “C” for the test question “What color is the sky?”

then you will be told that you answered wrong and have to start over from the beginning.

Looking at the walkthrough may spoil some of the game for you so if you want the full experience, try not to look at it until you’ve played from start to finish!

Have fun and good luck!

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Striae after topical corticosteroid: Treatment with nonablative fractional laser 1540nm by RO Alves, MFC Boin, EI Crocco – Journal of Cosmetic and Laser …, 2015 – Taylor & Francis

Stretch mark prevention undergarment by SW Thompson – US Patent 9,049,892, 2015 – Google Patents

Wearable Garment and Its Use in Preventing Stretch Marks by SGE Barker, DM Stutchbury… – US Patent App. 13/636,516, 2013 – Google Patents

Microneedling for Transepidermal Drug Delivery on Stretch Marks by H Murad – 2005 – Macmillan

Device, Methods and Compositions to Alter Light Interplay with Skin by G Casabona, PB Marchese – Lasers, Lights and Other Technologies, 2018 – Springer

Calcium Hydroxyapatite For Unusual Body Areas by JM Waugh – US Patent App. 12/131,899, 2009 – Google Patents

Colored striae in adolescent children by G Casabona – Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Procedures, 2020 – Springer