Stretch marks are narrow streaks that form on the skin due to rapid stretching, caused by growth, weight changes, and hormonal fluctuations.

 The science behind stretch marks involves the tearing of collagen and elastin fibers, triggering an inflammatory response that leads to their appearance.

Preventing stretch marks involves staying hydrated, maintaining a balanced diet, exercising regularly, and following a skincare routine with ingredients like Vitamin E and Hyaluronic Acid.

Lifestyle changes, such as avoiding rapid weight changes and gradual muscle building, can help reduce the risk of stretch marks.

 Pregnant women can take steps to prevent stretch marks, including proper nutrition, hydration, and postpartum care.

Various treatments like topical creams, laser therapy, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels can minimize the appearance of existing stretch marks.