10 Superfoods That Help To Fade Stretch Marks

In the skin care arena, there are plenty of creams and lotions available that claim to eradicate stretch marks completely. But, many times, either these products are heavy on the pockets or are false marketing gimmicks that show no results whatsoever!

The good news is, the visibility or stretch marks can be reduced by involving a few Superfoods in your daily diet. Read further to know what these foods are.

#1 Green Tea

Green tea does a fabulous job in melting away stretch marks of all intensities – moderate to heavy. Thanks to its powerful antioxidants that help in keeping the skin cells healthy and repair damaged cells.

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Since the fluids of green tea are hydrating, it helps in making the skin suppler and less withered. So, make sure you drink at least 2 cups of plain green tea every day.

#2 Water

Next is water. With the objective to keep your skin more firm and stretch marks-free, ensure that you stay hydrated. Drink water and not soda or soft drinks.

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To see positive results in a few weeks’ time, make sure you drink at least 7 to 8 glasses of water every day.

#3 Fish oil

Clearly, fish oil is one of the best sources of Vitamin D, and Vitamin D helps in skin regulation process. Try consuming fish oil capsules as they do help in stopping the epidermal atrophy that usually occurs from overstretching of the skin.

#4 Green vegetables

Unarguably, you should maintain your daily intake of green leafy vegetables to avail its nutritional benefits on a daily basis. These green veggies contain key nutrients such as Vitamin A, C, and E, in abundance, and it is these nutrients that help you develop a better skin that is free from stretch marks .

 

#5 Eat oranges Oranges are not only delicious and refreshing in taste, but are also essential in perking up your skin. Since they are rich in water and aid in minimizing the spaces between cells, it further minimizes the appearance of stretch marks!

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#6 Consume healthy fats

Make the most of ‘health fats’ as they promote healthy skin and provide excellent elasticity to the skin. Think of avocados, since they have Vitamin E in abundance, they help in preventing stretch marks.

#7 Try eggs

Eggs are an excellent source of proteins. Protein-rich food helps in improving the overall health of the skin and, most importantly, in preventing stretch mark development.

READ ALSO: This Happens to Your Body If You Eat 3 Eggs Daily

#8 Omega-3 fatty acids

Omega-3 fatty acids play a pivotal role in promoting growth and skin repair by keeping the skin heavily moisturized. Think of fishes to fetch omega-3 fatty acids, but be wise in choosing the right kind of fish.

#9 Eat meats

It is a good idea to eat meats such as fish and turkey as they contain zinc, and zinc helps in the formation of collagen, which in return aids in combating and preventing stretch marks.

#10 Potatoes, sweet potatoes, more precisely!

Finally, the last Superfood in this list is potatoes. Potatoes contain essential vitamins and minerals that help in restoring skin cells. Sweet potatoes contain Vitamin A, which helps in the development of new skin cells in addition to diminishing stretch marks.

Conclusion
By involving the mentioned Superfoods in your diet, you are likely to see a remarkable reduction in the appearance of stretch marks in a few week’s time. Besides, these foods also help in preventing stretch marks, so make sure you eat these foods even if you don’t have stretch marks as yet.

About the Author:

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Clair Roberts is a well know beauty blogger. She has published many articles on diy tips and natural products for healthier and beautiful skin. Check out her recent article on “The Stretch Mark Therapy”. For more articles and related information visit beautynskincare.com. When she is not blogging, she is probably cooking or playing with her daughter. To know more about her, follow her on twitter @vairclair

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