1. Post #1
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    mooty's Avatar
    December 2011
    326 Posts
    I'v been recently been getting fit again after a long summer break, i put on about 10kg. Its now soon to be winter (Australia btw), and my footy season is up and iv just dropped the weight and now i got stretch marks on my back like 5 lines accross my back, it looks like someone has scratched my back but they are feel like vains running accross my back and all stretched.

    cut story short, does anyone know any good stretch mark treatment, my back looks horrible with fucking pimples and and zits and crap. and just to think my back looked so beautiful before i put on that weight...


    :( Please help mee

  2. Post #2
    Lhp40's Avatar
    November 2008
    468 Posts
    There is no way to "redo" your back, stretch marks will go away eventually but it will be a long time.

  3. Post #3

    June 2011
    231 Posts
    theres creams that (might) work . you can get a tan and that helps too. or get a tat over it . or compare stretch marks with ur mom and giggle alot and eat lots of chocolate
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    johnkane46's Avatar
    July 2010
    684 Posts
    Bio-oil helps I'm told but i never bothered to try myself.

  5. Post #5
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    socklicker's Avatar
    September 2008
    2,555 Posts
    I got stretch marks by my armpits when my chest rapidly expanded. I have the same problem, dont know what cream to use, but I know there's creams out there for stretch marks.

  6. Post #6

    September 2011
    448 Posts
    retinol is good for acne wrinkles scars and stretchmarks.

    Edited:

    Also put a few drops of olive oil if you're using it on your body for intense moisturizing.
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    blackXmesa66's Avatar
    July 2006
    863 Posts
    At first stretch marks are depressing. You will later realize it doesn't matter. Fuck it. lose the weight you will still have them but it just shows you're a motivated person that you lost the weight. I'm down to 240 from 298. In 5 months. Hard work you can do it and you later won't care about the stretch marks.

  8. Post #8

    September 2011
    448 Posts
    I'm wondering why I got dumb rated.

  9. Post #9
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    GamerKiwi's Avatar
    November 2006
    5,017 Posts
    Wear them as a badge of pride.
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    wlitsots's Avatar
    September 2009
    2,251 Posts
    just work out ur butt so when ppl r behind u they look at ur badonkadonk and not ur back
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    Arcana's Avatar
    October 2011
    930 Posts
    I've got stretch marks on my back from growing that are so bad, it looks as though I was lowered onto a table-saw a couple times

  12. Post #12

    April 2011
    40 Posts
    I got stretch marks on my Biceps when I started rigorous weights training... when I was at the doctor for a chest infection I asked her what I could do about them and she told me to get Bio-Oils.. haven't got around to getting them yet but just thought I'd let you know what was medically recommended for mine.

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    Gibo990's Avatar
    January 2008
    281 Posts
    When I was 15 I noticed I had HUGE stretch marks on my back when getting changed in P.E. one day, as if Freddy Kruger has slashed my back. Now i'm 21 they've completely gone. I didn't use anything on them, just ignored them. Just let your body deal with them and don't feel self-conscious about them, loads of people get them.

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    lisha's Avatar
    May 2011
    91 Posts
    Yeah, Bio-Oil's good, so is cocoa butter.

  15. Post #15
    ejonkou's Avatar
    October 2009
    5,155 Posts
    Its not really anything to be embarrased about. A lot of people have them, just let them go away by themselves.