Medically removing cracks

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 Medically removing cracks


When a pregnant woman suffers from cracks in her skin, it is usually treated medically with creams, ointments, and surgery



  • Several types of cream can be used to resolve conflicts and these include Hot cream: This is a type of cream that is very hot and can cause burns. It is usually used as a last resort when other methods fail. Cold cream: This is a type of cream that is colder than hot cream. Calming Cream: This type of cream helps soothe the skin and may help calm feelings of conflict
  • Tretinoin, a drug used to treat wrinkles and stretch marks, can also help get rid of irritating redness or flaking of the skin.
  • Collagen boosters can increase the collagen in the skin, but it is not possible to be sure that these ingredients will prevent the formation of stretch marks.
  • Centella Asiatica contains natural oils that may help build collagen in skin tissues. However, there is no evidence that these oils are effective in getting rid of pimples.
  • When there is a conflict, it is important to try to listen to both sides and come up with a solution that everyone can agree on
  • Fractional carbon dioxide laser is one of the new methods used to treat old white stretch marks A study showed that stretch marks fade after five sessions of treatment with this method compared to treatment with creams containing tretinoin and glycolic acid
  • Pulsed dye laser treatment is a painless way to remove red stretch marks The laser light calms the blood vessels under the skin, causing them to fade
  • Excimer laser treatment stimulates the production of melanin pigment, which leads to cracks appearing very close to the color of the skin.
  • Microdermabrasion is a method that uses tiny crystals to stimulate the production of new skin, improving the appearance of old scars.



Tips to avoid pregnancy cracks


To prevent or reduce the appearance of stretch marks, follow these tips:


  • Eating foods that help the body form collagen and elastin fibers can help prevent skin damage. These foods contain vitamin E, zinc, silica, and vitamin C. In addition, they contain vitamins B2 (riboflavin) and B3 (niacin) that help maintain healthy skin.
  • Drink about two liters of water every day to keep the body hydrated
  • Exercise is good for your health, it can also improve blood circulation, keep your skin elastic and healthy, raise your energy levels can also reduce mood swings.
  • Massage the skin with the oil twice a day to make it more elastic and help it stretch during the first months of pregnancy

Remove cracks naturally

Many natural moisturizers can make the skin softer, but there is no evidence that they remove stretch marks. Some of these moisturizers include cocoa butter, shea butter, olive oil, and vitamin E oil. One study indicated that massaging the abdomen with bitter almond oil during pregnancy reduces the appearance of stretch marks.




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