so rose mosquetta really work for u? im new to this forum and i do have stretch marks ...... so thanks for u help and im sure to try it. and its sold on amazon if anyone is lookingI travelled to Bariloche Argentina with my family last July and there was a store selling and promoting all over town "Rosa Mosquetta" Oil. It's a plant that grows there that has like 100 times the vitamin C of oranges. The oil is made into creams and removes scars and stretch marks. I tried it on my stretch marks, and in about a month they were literally almost gone. I haven't bought this product online, but i'm sure a google search for 'rosa mosquetta' would help you locate one.
IT's the best product i've seen for your request about stretch marks.
I never said they helped the mark, just explaining why some people think they look better after a peel. A stretch mark is very much v shaped in appearance for most. Remove healthy skin around that groove and it appears shallower. There is nothing healthy about scar tissue. Its a aubstitute, not a replacement. If I'm not mistaken you are saying there's healthy skin over the stretch mark? If not, I am misunderstanding you. Healthy skin has glands and hair follicles, all absent in scar tissue.Peels don't really help though because stretch marks aren't like a v...the damage is in the deeper layers of skin. The top layers of skin are actually healthy. They don't feel smooth because there is a tear underneath, causing a lack of support to the thinner, top layer of skin.
What exactly qualifies as new and old? I have some light ones on my hip (horizontally???) and i only noticed them a month or two ago.how long have you had them? Usually if they are pretty new and still red, you can use Cocoa Butter and Vitamin E creams to make them heal better. But if they are old, creams will not make them go away. I've heard there are laser treatments, but I don't know anyone personally who has had the procedure done.