I'm 16 years old and I have white looking stretch marks on my inner thighs. They are not really smooth. I dont think they are from being over weigh becasue i'm not. But they just don't seem normal, you know and i just want to know how I can get rid of them!
If anyone could help me that would be great!
Most people get stretch marks from just plainly growing. I have them on my leg to when I grew and my friend has them on her sides. The can't go away, but they will fade over time. If you tan a little and use lotion that may help to fade them away.
Many females have them. I do, myself. I grew pretty fast in the beginning of puberty and got stretch marks on my thighs. You can try using creams, but those don't do much. Over time they will fade away some, so don't worry about it. I'm 21 and you can hardly see them now.
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