Most of us are aware that stretch marks, or striae, can range from hardly noticeable slivers on the skin to hideous web-like entanglements that creep over parts of the body. However, it is amazing how little most of us know about what actually takes place when a stretch mark is formed. The skin is made up of three basic layers. The outermost layer is the epidermis, which is the superficial piece that contains dead skin cells ready to be sloughed away, new skin, and a thicker portion of skin that acts as the brunt of the body’s barrier against its environment.
1. Olive Oil
2. Potato Juice
3. Lemon Juice
4. Castor Oil
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