One of the largest groups that has stretch mark removal issues are women that have gone through a pregnancy. It’s obvious to anyone who has taken a gander at a nine month pregnant woman and wondered how the body and skin can contort to accommodate a baby – or two or three! This quick growth and resulting stretching of skin tissue results in scarring called stretch marks.
I’m not saying that this applies across the board. I’ve met one or two lucky individuals that had smaller babies, they had smaller bellies, and maybe 2 small stretch marks. Unlike the 10 pound babies I carried. You can just imagine the lower belly stretch marks I have left.
So one consideration, if you are thinking of getting stretch mark removal, is the decision not to put yourself through any more pregnancies. That’s requirement number one. You don’t want to invest the time and money into a procedure that will be undone by carrying another baby.