Male Stretch Marks Waist

Do Stretch Marks Go Away Try Revitol Stretch Mark Removal Cream

Stretch marks are a normal part of pubertyfor most girls and guys. When a person grows or gains weight really quickly (like duringpuberty), that person may get fine lines on the body called stretch marks. Most girlsand women have stretch marks, which tend to show up on the breasts, thighs, hips, ,waistand butt area. Many women get them during pregnancy as well. And while they're morecommon in girls, guys can get stretch marks, too.Stretch Marks can be very embarrassing. Especially for women ,it becomes hard to get into a bikinior wear shortsskirts as the stretch marks are clearly visible. In this tutorial , we explorethe million dollar question quot;do stretch marks

go awayquot; and what necessary measures one shouldtake to avoid developing these marks in the first place. This question is really difficult to answer.It has been observed that , With time stretch marks can gradually fade away and become reallylight. But what if you want to get rid of them immediately. One definite option is togo for Laser treatments. Laser treatments can improve the appearance of stretch marks,but they are expensive and often require several treatments. It is one form of cosmetic surgeryand the cost may go upto thousands of dollars. The other most popular alternative treatmentoption for people who really want their stretch

marks gone at relatively cheap price is SpecialStretch Marks creams and lotions . There are plenty of stretch marks creams available inthe market .Among them, probably the best one is by Revitol .Lets see some of the beforeand after pictures for Revitol Stretch Mark cream. Many of my friends have personallyused this and have had pretty good results with Revitol Stretch Marks Cream. So my suggestionis to definitely try out Revitol Stretch Marks Cream before you go for any kind of lasertreatment. You can on the link in Description below to get Revitol Stretch Marks Cream atan exclusive offer price. Do Subscribe to my channel for watching other tutorials. Thanksfor watching quot;Do Stretch marks go awayquot;

How to sew pants Elastic waist wideleg style Sewing Tutorial with Angela Wolf

A wideleg pant with no side seam is an easygarment to put together and sew. And the elastic waist makes it super comfortable and it looksgood in many types of fabric! Hi I'm Angela Wolf, let me show you howeasy it is to make this super flattering pant style. I'm using the Taper and Wide Leg Pantpattern from Christine Jonson Patterns, but these techniques would work for any similarpattern style. These pants are supereasy because there'sonly one pattern piece to work with! Take a look at the grainline on the pattern piece,I've lined this up with the grainline on the fabric the grainline is typically parallelto the selvage. This will mean the drape of

your pants will look its best.Here's the pattern piece all cut out with the notches and hem markings transferred.These will help us match the pieces up later on.You can see on the pattern that this is the inseam, and there is no outside leg seam.Something to remember if you're using a woven fabric that has no stretch like I am,choose a waist size that's large enough to get over your hips otherwise it's going tobe a real struggle to pull them on! We're going to start with the inseam. Withright sides of the fabric together, line up the notches and pin the front leg to the backleg.

Line up the seam allowance with the 58�marking, back stitch and stitch all the way from the crotch to the hem. I'm using a contrastingthread, but you'd choose a matching color. Finish the seam allowances: I am going totrim the seam allowances with pinking sheers. You could use an overlock stitch, zigzag stitch,or a serger. Whatever you prefer. Look for the triple notches on the crotchseam this is the back of the pants. Press the seam allowance in this direction.OK one leg down one to go! Just follow the same steps again for the second leg. Onceyou've done that, you'll join the two legs together at the crotch seam.Have one pant leg with the wrong side facing

out in one pant leg with the right side facingout. Insert the leg with the right side facing out into this pant leg line up both inseamsand pin. You can see both of these sides are wrong sides now.Line up the notches one notch refers to the front of the pant, place a pin and thesetriple notches refer to the back. Pin all the way round this crotch seam. Next, you'llstitch along this entire crotch curve. Starting at the top edge, back stitch onceor twice and stitch all the way around. When you get to the inseam make sure both the seamallowances are facing the back of the pant legs.quot;Again, you'll finish the seam edge just

like before and then press the crotch seamto one side. A sleeve board or a full size ironing boardis perfect for this job.quot; Next, attach the elastic to the waist line.Start by measuring the elastic around your waistline to determine how tight you wantthe elastic. Wrap the elastic around your waist and pin. Mark the where the elasticcrosses. Cross the elastic pieces, lining up the markingand zigzag stitch back and forth. trim off the excess elasticNow with fabric marker make marks on the elastic center back center frontLine the elastic up along the wrong side of

the fabric, matching up the center front seamwith the center front marking on the elastic and the center back marking with the centerback of the pants. Stretch the elastic and add a few pins thiswill help to ease the elastic in evenly all the way around the waistStitch the elastic to the fabric with a zigzag stitch of 1.4 length and 3.5 wide. As youdo this, make sure to stretch the elastic to match the length of the fabric.Finish your edge and then turn under the elastic toward the wrong side of the fabric. Pin atthe center back seam and the center front and lets just add one pin to each of theside seams

Bodybuilding Stretch Marks Can They Be Eliminated

What's up, guys. Sean Nalewanyj here atseannal bodytransformationtruth and today I wanted to answer the questionthat I do received pretty often but that I never addressed in the tutorial which is thetopic of body building stretch marks and how to get rid of them. So, stretch marks arebasically just a result of your skin being stretched and expanded, and that causes theconnected fibers to break down and tear, and you end up with lines across your skin, whichusually start out as dark red or purple and then it gradually fade to silver or whitecolor overtime. Not everybody gets them but a pretty high percentage of serious lifterswill end up with body building stretch marks

to some degree as they gain more and moremuscle. I personally have them as well, I have them all over my body actually, on myshoulders, my biceps, my chests, my lats even on my glutes and my quads as well. So, onto the real question here, which is, is there any way to get rid of stretch marks or anyway to prevent them. The most common recommendation that you'll hear is to use different creamsand lotions on your skins, things like cocoa butter, almond oil, silicone gel or even oliveoil. There's a lot of people out there selling a lot of different products for this, butthe honest truth is that there really is no good evidence to show that any of these creamsor lotion worked for reducing stretch marks,

at least not to a significant degree. Thereis some research showing that actively massaging certain creams into the area can have a minoreffect, but whether that's from the actual cream or from the messaging is not clear andmost studies out there don't show any real benefits, so I personally would not recommendthat you go out and spend your money on this stuff because it's most likely not goingto do much of anything for you. Keep in mind that stretch marks are not just a simple surfaceissue on top of your skin, they're actually happening underneath, in the middle layerand they're essentially scars where the skin is actually torn apart. So, you justthink that rubbing a ream or a lotion o top

of your skin and have them just disappear,it's really just not realistic. Now, if your stretch marks really bother you and you'reserious about reducing them, then the only way to treat them in a more reliable way isthrough an actual hands on procedure done with a dermatologist. So, things like microdermabrasion,laser therapy or IPL, these are the only methods that have actual concrete research behindthem and showing real benefits, and that's basically the route that you're going tohave to go if you're really serious about this. However, even then keep in mind thatdepending on how severe your stretch marks are, even though its treatment don't guaranteeanything they can probably reduce the appearance

of your stretch marks but not eliminate themaltogether. And on top of that they're usually pretty expensive, they're going to requiremultiple treatments, so you're going to need to have the money, you're going toneed the time and to really dislike your stretch marks enough to bother going that route. Ipersonally don't think that body building stretch marks are that big of a deal, I actuallykind of like them in a certain way because I find they sort of serve as a reminder forthe hard work that I've putting over the years, so I've never even bother to tryto get rid of mine. And also keep in mind the stretch marks do fade overtime in mostcases, so time is going to be your best treatments

for them. The only final piece of practicaladvice that I'd give in terms of stretch mark prevention is that if you're bulking,this is just another reason why I recommend going the clean bulking route rather thanthe dirty bulking route, that just means that you should focus on maintaining a smallercalorie surplus and making gradual muscle gains overtime, while keeping fat gains ata minimum. I covered this in more detail in the previous blog post, which I'll linkin the description box but aside from all the reasons that I talked about in that post,gaining weight at an excessive pace where you're putting on muscle but also a bunchof fat as well, that's also going to increase

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