Aloe Vera  Apply fresh aloe vera gel directly to the stretch marks and massage it in circular motions. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water.

Coconut Oil Massage extra virgin coconut oil onto the affected area daily. Coconut oil is known for its moisturizing properties and may help reduce the appearance of stretch marks over time.

Cocoa Butter Apply cocoa butter to the stretch marks twice a day. Regular application can help improve the elasticity of the skin and fade the marks.

Lemon Juice Rub fresh lemon juice onto the stretch marks in gentle circular motions. Let it sit for about 10 minutes and then rinse off. The natural acids in lemon juice may help lighten the marks.

Olive Oil Massage warm olive oil onto the affected area for about 5-10 minutes. This helps moisturize the skin and may improve the appearance of stretch marks with regular use.

Potato Juice  Cut a potato into thick slices and rub them gently over the stretch marks. Leave the potato juice on for about 10 minutes before rinsing it off. Potato juice contains vitamins and minerals that can promote healthy skin.

Sugar Scrub  Mix equal parts of sugar and almond oil to create a scrub. Gently massage this mixture onto the stretch marks for a few minutes, then rinse off. Regular exfoliation can help improve the texture of the skin.

Vitamin E Oil Massage vitamin E oil onto the stretch marks in a circular motion until it is fully absorbed. Vitamin E is known for its ability to promote healthy skin and fade scars and marks.

Egg Whites Whip the whites of two eggs and apply a thick layer onto the stretch marks. Allow it to dry completely before rinsing it off. Egg whites are rich in proteins and amino acids that can nourish the skin.

Hydration Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated and promote overall skin health. Staying properly hydrated can improve the elasticity and appearance of the skin.