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Jul 21, 2015

Strech marks emerging on the body?

i am having strech marks on my shoulders and biceps and they are getting more as i m going to build more muscle mass what should i do to reduce them or stop them from getting more and treat the old ones?
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vishantkumar2012@gmail.com's picture
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Jul 21, 2015
Oil massages is good method to remove stretch marks and one more things u should do proper warmups & streching before workout and also take warmup set with light weight.
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Puneet's picture
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Jul 22, 2015

Hi Ankit,

Try using Palmers Coca Butter Cream as it has helped me with stretch marks as well. 

Hope this helps!

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Mayank Singh's picture
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Jul 22, 2015

If you've got stretch marks it's a result from your muscles growing way too fast(Congrats for that). Stretch marks are a common side effect of growing fast. They can result from packing on pounds of muscle (a happy problem), or just plain packing on pounds of fat.
How do you take care of them? First of all, prevention is the best medicine. A diet deficient in minerals and Vitamin E can contribute to their growth. So, make sure you're supplementing your diet with a good multi vitamin. As Vishant earlier posted Oil massage (Once a week) is a good way to prevent as your skin will be stretchier and more elastic. Coconut Oil helps in healing stretch marks.
Stay well hydrated and wear clean workout clothes.

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srirocz999@gmail.com's picture
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Jul 22, 2015

hi ankit, 

keep it simple ..just use bio oil..tas it...my personal exp.

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NISHANT's picture
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Aug 04, 2015

hey ankit, 

 

its a common problem faced by person who lose there weight. there is no any study says that strech marks are invisible in just few months. it take time to be totally invisible so the best thing will be, do good workout and use bcaa as well as whey protein and multitamin and fish oil. it help you more to recover or reapir your skin.

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