If you have stretch marks, you can:
- Learn to love them: embrace stretch marks, show them off, post them on social media, wear them as a badge of honour.
- Wait for them to fade: most stretch marks begin red and become white and less conspicuous over the course of a year or two.
- Use creams to fade them - while creams won't prevent stretch marks, they may help to fade them.
- Laser: the results vary but most people require four treatments, spaced four to six weeks apart to achieve on average a 50% improvement.
For the majority of stretch marks, active treatment isn't necessary and they'll naturally fade and become less conspicuous over time.