So, your stretch marks are annoying and you are wondering: how much does stretch marks removal cost? Surfing through the net we’ve seen thousands of commercials about stretch mark removals. As soon as you enter any site, your screen is virtually covered with words like awesome, highly effective, cheap, quick, easy and so on.
Do you really believe this? Is it possible that you don’t believe in Santa Claus, but do you believe that someone can, for a certain amount of money, wave a wand and magically remove your problem?
Stretch marks are often caused by pregnancy or excessive weight gain. That didn’t happen overnight, did it? So, be prepared to make an effort that will take much time to remove these unsightly marks. The worst thing is that they won’t disappear completely, but will be masked and healed only to the extent that you will be satisfied with your body. If you are an extreme case or the marks are visible so much that you cannot see your healthy skin, you should probably consider going to a surgeon who can help you to some extent. On the other hand, if you are not, you should consider some other ways of covering these marks.
The first thing you should consider if you still want to go to a plastic surgery is – how much are you willing to pay? Many procedures are money and time consuming. These procedures range from $3000 – $8000 per surgery. After this you are advised to relax for a few weeks, so it takes a lot of time besides money.
Laser treatment is one of the options as well. These treatments are not said to be stressful as surgeries, but effectiveness vary from person to person. You should know that these treatments costs between $400- $1500 per treatment and if you want this method to be successful, you’ll have to go for dozens of treatments.
Various creams, ointments and other products of our pharmaceutical industry can cost from $5 – $200 and again success varies from person to person (this is written in microscopic letters). Although there are some products that can actually help you, they are lost in the sea of junk.
Last but not the least, why not give it a try and use some of the natural remedies that you can make yourself? These oils and ointments, such as lavender oil, chamomile oil etc, can be made for a few bucks and be more effective than chemical industry products. And if you spare some money maybe you will use it to pay a massage once or twice a week and make this therapy very enjoyable and relaxing? Think about it.