You have probably heard the news by now but if you haven't I will repeat it. There are methods of lessening the appearance of your stretch marks. The most common of them at the moment is stretch mark cream. The rich first realised that surgical procedures could be undergone to enojoy the removal of unsightly stretch marks from your life but quite obviously this option didn't fit the price bracket or the comfort bracket of millions of women suffering from the condition scientifically known as Striea.
So as they do, scientists band together in their labs to invent the now popular stretch mark creams that can be seen from a simple websearch for stretch mark cream. Creams have been around for the last few years but have so far gained popularity on the internet more so than in the offline world. So what do stretch mark creams do? After all it is the belief of most people that there is in fact no reliable cure for Striea. Basically a stretch mark is a tear or damaging of the underlying tissue of the skin cells. The job of a good cream is to penetrate deep enough into the skin that it can actually affect and by certain means heal and repair this damaged tissue causing a visible difference to the physical appearance of the skin. For the most part creams are compounds of natural ingredients and hence although they can be powerful do not require prescription.
Keeping this in mind though, if you are looking at actually purchasing cream, a few things should be considered. Firstly you need to look on which level the formula really works. Some work on the outward appearance of the skin and work to tighten and firm the layers of skin nearest the surface and in doing so alter the skins appearance. While these can produce results in changing the appearance of your marks they won't actually penetrate to the cause of the mark and work to fully heal it so that the mark that you see can eventually disappear. The other type of creams, the more effective and powerful type that is works on what is called a trans cellular level meaning that the active ingredients of the cream actually penetrates to the tissues below the surface of the skin to cause internal and hence more effective and longer lasting healing. It is when these tissues are healed, along with the combination of a healthy diet, will result in permanent removal of marks.
Stretch mark creams retail on the market anywhere from $20 to $80 per bottle/jar/tube etc. Generally you will find that the second type of cream mentioned will be at the higher end of the price scale due to the more advanced actions it performs and the more advanced technology they require, while the first type while being less effective will often be sold at the lower price.
Gary Stephens is a skin care product reviewer and runs an informational website dedicated to demystifying the new stretch mark cream Trilastin For more information please see http://www.trilastinreview.com