Weightlifters may experience stretch marks due to the over stretching of skin leading to a breakdown in elasticity. A scar forms on the skin leading to what is commonly known as a stretch mark. Striae is the medical term for stretch marks caused by a sudden change in the size of the body, such as pregnancy, rapid muscle bulking, or adrenal gland disorders. While most of the marks are permanent, there are ways to reduce and prevent them from occurring.
Dr. Max Powers is designed for those who are prone to stretch marks. The cream has been formulated to provide nutrients and vitamins to skin that promotes elasticity and collagen to prevent and reduce the appearance of these stretch marks associated with increases in size.
My daughter is pregnant and she has been using this great product for 2 weeks and so far we have not seen any stretch marks. Sometimes the stretch marks will not show up on a pregnant woman until after giving birth and the skin begins to go back down. This is why it is very important to apply this to your body every day to try and prevent them.
Directions: Apply cream one (1) time daily per 24-hour period. Massage into into target area using a circular motion, until completely absorbed. Users should experience a visible reduction in approximately one month. Treatment should also be applied prior to working out on the affected area.
I would recommend Dr. Max Powers Stretch Mark Cream to those who are pregnant, weight lifters, or anyone who has suddenly dropped or gained weight. It works great on old stretch marks also.
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