What messageboard did you read this from? Were her stretch marks old and white or red and new?
[QUOTE=muffin72492]I've never tried that but it could work, I've heard you should exfoliate too. I also heard that grapfruit helps with stretch marks. What you do is fill a tub with warm water not hot, then you peel a grapfruit and put the peels in the tub. Get in and rub the peels all over your body ( the inside of the peel) supposedly the peels get sponge like and the oil from the peels is absorbed into your skin. Anyway this lady I know from another message board did this and said her stretch marks are completely gone not one single mark or scar. I think the thing with stretch marks or any scar is that you need lots of moisture and lots of viatmins and minerals both from the outside and the inside to heal them. I think dead sea salt is supposed to be good for them too, just make sure its actual dead sea salt and doesn't have a lot of other chemicals in it. I hope I helped some