So Ivebeen having stretch marks for a ver very ...long time ( 15 years +) , Im 25 now, male & looking good is a great confidence booster for me. I look good from the outside, my body is quite perfect except for the lousy lousy stretch marks that extend from the lower back to the lower butt region on both the butts.
The Marks were quite noticable all these years until I consulted a dermatologist in India & he diagnosed me a creame called "Elastoderm" , I used it religiously for 2 months & I could see good results, the lines were thinning down , they became lighter in colour but ofcourse I know I can never expect them to fade away completely.
Id like to know from people in this forum what other alternatives are there to heal strtch marks ( in the sense reduce visiblity at least 80-90%) ?
Is Aloe vera Gel good > How about this procuct TRILASTIN - SR ? Its being advertised so much on the internet , but im unsure about its potential to "completely fade away" marks as it advertises.....
Do contribute what you think works best on stretch marks . Thanks !
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