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  • Stretch Marks or Cellulite?

    Certainly stretch marks and cellulite both affect the skin but they are different skin conditions.  And those who have one or other of these conditions will often wish that they can improve their skin's appearance.

    We will share the signs and symptoms of the two conditions together with how to prevent and even treat them.

  • How Much Hydration Do We Really Need?

    For many years, we have all been encouraged to drink eight glasses of water daily to ensure we are well hydrated.
    Now scientists and researchers are having second thoughts on this long held belief...
  • Reduce the Appearance of Stretch Marks

    As the name suggests, stretch marks (striae) can appear when there is rapid stretching of the skin, appearing as parallel streaks of red, thinned glossy skin that over time become whitish and scar like in appearance.  Find out more about the causes and what you can do to get rid of those stretch marks.
  • What Can You Do About Stretch Marks in Pregnancy?

    Of course the timeline for the development of stretch marks will be different for everyone - but the first sign could be some itching.

      The good news is that stretch marks do not cause any harm nor any medical problems.  It is all about whether their appearance worries you.  

    • The Difference Between Stretch Marks and Cellulite

      We share information about the two different skin conditions of stretch marks and cellulite and what you can do about them...
    • Can you get rid of stretch marks? Tips for dealing with stretch marks

      Stretch marks are a form of scarring on the skin Stretch marks are caused by tearing of the dermis during periods of rapid growth of the body, such as during puberty or pregnancy.
    • Pregnancy & the Natural Ways to Avoid or Fade Stretch Marks

      Being pregnant can bring the discomfort of unsightly stretch marks caused by the sudden stretching of the dermal layer of the skin. The areas most affected are usually the thighs, stomach, buttocks and breasts.