Stretchmarkscare Launches New Product, Celtrixa for Stretch Mark Removal

Gurgaon, India (PressExposure) November 28, 2010 -- Stretch marks are not just ugly but also a warning for imminent health problems. These are known for causing depression in females.

The problem is not constricted amongst females. It affects males as well, only the ratio differs. Females get more prone to these scars as they get pregnant and skin gets stretched. On the other side, males who are engaged in body building tend to have scar marks as they keep on gaining or losing weight.

The main cause of stretch marks is the deficiency of collagen and elating present in the skin in a particular area of the body.

The new lotion offered by helps in restoring easting and collagen back to the normal level. Owing to its natural ingredients, it makes a highly beneficial formula for stretch mark removal.

It decreases the appearance of the stretch marks and the scars.

Formulated with natural vitamins and oils, Celtrixa helps the weight lifters and expecting mothers to reduce stretch marks to minimum, leaving a skin which glows radiantly.

There are collagen extracts in the lotion which have been included to increase the level of skin thickness. This aids in nourishing the skin properly making it look younger.

After a particular age, skin starts becoming thinner, leading to sagging and other problems. Continuous usage of Celtrixa will help in thwarting this problem, as well.

The new product available on the website helps in stimulating collagen production along with improving the elasticity and reducing stretch marks.

To get rid of stretch marks in one week, order Celtrixa now at

About offers its customers with quality stretch mark solutions and tips along with personal customer service. Brand supplements offered by the company are made exclusively for health benefits and though being natural have been scientifically approved.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 28, 2010 at 11:55 pm
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