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3 Ways to Fade Stretch Marks in the New Year

January 03, 2019

3 Ways to Fade Stretch Marks in the New Year

It’s an all new year and a clean slate means time for New Year’s resolutions, positive change, goal setting and self-improvement. Many of us aren’t really into new year’s resolutions  — and understandably so. About 80% of new year’s resolutions fail by February! However, we’re here to help you start and keep a resolution that perhaps you’ve been thinking about for quite some time — treating your stretch marks.

Old, new, red, purple or silver scars — TriLASTIN can treat them all. While it might seem easier to prevent stretch marks, rather than treat them after the fact, the truth of the matter is, life (and stretch marks) happen, and sometimes you just have to roll with the punches.

Stretch marks are a type of scarring, formally referred to as striae gravidarum, and while scars can often be difficult to treat and fade, a disciplined stretch mark treatment plan can visibly reduce their appearance over time.

Stretch marks occur when the body gains or loses weight rapidly, and the skin stretches or alternatively, shrinks and sags to accommodate the changes. Pregnant women, bodybuilders and those who have lost or gained a considerable amount of weight fairly quickly are likely to experience visible stretch marks — but you don't have to live with them.

Whether one develops stretch marks because of pregnancy, bodybuilding, weight gain or weight loss, TriLASTIN’s treatment for stretch marks is a powerful and proven effective formula that can reduce the appearance of stretch mark scars in as little as three weeks.

So, are you ready to get rid of stretch marks, and in time for spring and summer? Add it to your list of New Year’s resolutions.

Give TriLASTIN just 90 days to fade your stretch marks with two simple products, and three easy tips that increase TriLASTIN's effectiveness in fading stretch marks. All you need is TriLASTIN’s Hydro-Thermal Accelerator and Maximum Strength Stretch Mark Cream.

1. Use the two products every single day

Start with TriLASTIN’s Hydro-Thermal Accelerator to open up the pores. Follow with TriLASTIN’s Maximum Strength Stretch Mark Cream formulated with sustained-release technology that allows it to keep working long after being applied. Use these two products together every day, twice a day to see your stretch marks fade over time.

2. Massage them in completely

Take your time when applying TriLASTIN’s stretch mark treatment products. While the Hydro-Thermal Accelerator is a great way to prep the skin for the Maximum Strength SR Stretch Mark Cream, it is still helpful to massage and rub in the product fully and thoroughly.

3. Use TriLASTIN products as early as possible on new, young stretch marks for best results

Don’t wait to start treating your stretch marks. Younger stretch marks are easier to fade than older ones!





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