"I guess the thing to realize is that this stuff takes time. There is weight loss, toning from exercise, good diet, external skin care, supplements, meditation or mind body practice etc....it is a long process and not some quick fix."
Yep, you're exactly right rawzels. Pretty much everyone sees some kind of benefit almost immediately, but things continue to improve gradually for years afterward.
I had someone compliment me on my skin a few days ago. Somehow it got on the topic of makeup so I told him I don't wear any. He was really surprised because he said my complexion was so nice. I used to have these awful little red bumps on my face and upper arms that were still hanging around before going raw so that was really nice to hear! :D
The very very best MSM is Ultimate Superfood's (brand) Raw MSM. Also you do need to take it with a Vit C, I recommend Health Force Nutritionals (amazing and nontoxic), whether you are using it internally or in a lotion.
I've had great results from dry brushing and MSM lotion.
Try Trilastin. It is an effective cream that helps get the skin to rejuvenate to its normal elasticity. A friend of mine used one and she has made a confession that it really worked.
Trilasting has a unique structural protein complex which contains:
Soy Protein, Collagen, High Potency Elastin = needed for skin to be able to deal with stretch marks.
It is made up of 100% amino acids.
This is safe for use and Trilastin not only works on stretch mark removal, it also applies on scars too.
Trilastin is made for the skin.
I do hope I have given an idea here. Apart from natural remedies, ( which are also effective ) trilastin stands out on cream products for stretch mark removal.
Use natural creams and lotions like aloe Vera,grapefruit seed extract and squalene oil also regular exercise will help to reduce stretch marks.cocoa butter is good to remove stretch marks.
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I just found out I'm pregnant, and I'm not sure how they do things here. I had a c-section with my 1st because she was breech so I know if you have a c-section depending on the next pregnancy you may have to have another. I was just wondering if someone has had a baby in Germany, and could help me know what to expect. Thanks!