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Anonymous #1
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I have stretch marks on my bum I'm not pregnant or ever have been . I did try cocoa butter but made no difference , my boyfriend said it's ugly and I look better with my clothes on (I never slept with anyone but him and tried to look sexy for him lol I was so embarrassed) I never really was bothered about my stretch marks until naw , is their any treatments for it and price ?
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Hon! Stretch marks are completely natural, normal and are a part of growing up. I understand your being insecure of them. It took me the longest time to accept the way I was, with all my imperfections.
It was very wrong of your boyfriend to tell you that your stretch marks make you look ugly. I can understand, how words coming from someone you love hurt a lot more, but I really want you to know that stretch marks don’t matter. Your body goes through many changes and every person who has been through such changes has them. And it’s okay.
Your stretch marks just add up to who are you and you shouldn’t worry about them or hate them because of someone else.
If you, however, do wish to do something about them for YOURSELF, you can try aloe vera gel.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I have stretch marks on my bum I'm not pregnant or ever have been . I did try cocoa butter but made no difference , my boyfriend said it's ugly and I look better with my clothes on (I never slept with anyone but him and tried to look sexy for him lol I was so embarrassed) I never really was bothered about my stretch marks until naw , is their any treatments for it and price ?
First, get rid of the boyfriend as he's a piece of rubbish for saying those things to you.
Second, don't worry about them. They're normal and natural and fine. I have stretch marks on my hips and I've also never been pregnant. It's just part of your body, like your baby toe.
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Your boyfriends a **** for saying that - having stretch marks is literally so normal and most women have at least a few. I have stretch marks on my boobs and my butt and it always frustrated me so much bc I’m completely flat chested and bummed but you just learn to accept them. There’s nothing wrong with you but if you wanna reduce the appearance you can use aloe or certain creams and oils - pretty much just keep your skin moisturised
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It is absolutely normal, i have mine since i was 15 and they still there. Used many creams but nothing helped. Somehow i used to it and i do not mind it now
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Everyone has stretch marks and if there are guys out there who think people with stretch marks are ugly, they're going to be very lonely.
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Stretch marks are a completely natural occurance and your boyfriend should not be making you feel this way whatsoever. I think the problem here isn't your body but the relastionship you find youself in. Hope this helps~
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