Green tea and its effect on stretch marks

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The finding of a four year research at the University of Manchester has revealed the potency of green tea in the stoppage of stretch marks. According to the research, a compound from the tea, which is already said to improve brain function and aid fat loss, helps calm red and angry skin.

Its benefits mean it has now been included in a new cream, Solution for Stretch Marks, which has been developed after four years of research at the University of Manchester.

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Scientists hope the lotion, which costs £39.99 for 100ml, will stop the marks from developing. It is not expected to help stretch marks already there.

Dr Ardeshir Bayat, one of the cream’s creators, said the solution “works on a deeper level” than other treatments.

There is a natural search by women for treatments to try and maintain a youthful appearance of their tummies and thighsDouglas McGeorge

Douglas McGeorge, another creator, told the Daily Mail some women were suffering from stretch marks because they are having children later in life.

“Their skin doesn’t ‘snap back’ into shape as normally it would in younger mums,” he said.

“With glamorous celebrity mothers regularly photographed in swimsuits and bikinis, there is a natural search by women for treatments to try and maintain a youthful appearance of their tummies and thighs.”

Stretch marks are “lines”, which appear on the surface of the skin. They most commonly appear on the stomach or thighs and causes include pregnancy, weight gain and growth spurts during puberty.

Around 80 per cent of women are thought to get stretch marks to some extent during pregnancy, while 70 per cent of girls and 40 per cent of boys get them during puberty.

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