Stretch marks are one of the most hated skin problems along with cellulite. Changes in weight, pregnancy, certain deficiencies in the body are all prerequisites for the appearance of stretch marks.
The good thing is that there are good ways to deal with them. Essential oils rich in fatty acids are a great way to prevent stretch marks as well as lighten existing ones.
Some essential oils have more beneficial properties against stretch marks than others.
Argan oil is made from the nuts of the argan tree. It is one of the best oils in skin care.
According to 2016 research, argan oil helps increase skin elasticity by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.
Rosehip seeds are extremely rich in essential oils. The natural extract from them works wonders for the skin and especially stretch marks. It helps pregnant women already in the second trimester to prevent the appearance of stretch marks. It also has a strong beneficial effect on existing stretch marks.
Bitter almond oil
There is a difference between an almond and a bitter almond. Bitter almonds contain toxic compounds that can mimic cyanide. The essential oil of this type of almond is extremely beneficial for the skin and does not carry any risks. It is absorbed beautifully by the skin, treats stretch marks and provokes the formation of collagen.
Pomegranate oil is also extracted from its seeds. It has anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants that soothe the skin and restore it.
The incredible fragrance of lavender oil is far from the only reason to massage your skin with it.It has proven benefits for the skin, especially in the prevention of stretch marks. Lavender oil helps form granulation tissue, which promotes tissue healing.
Patchouli contains a large amount of antioxidants that have a good effect on the skin by rejuvenating it and at the same time correcting its damage, including stretch marks.
Rose oil is Bulgarian pride. Take advantage of its wonderful skin benefits. It stimulates the production of new skin cells, especially keratinocytes.
Keratinocytes are responsible for the formation of keratin, which in turn strengthens the skin and stimulates collagen production.