Creams and lotions to begin with are off the list of the possible stretch mark cure. This is because any method you choose must not just fade the creams, it should completely remove it. Creams and lotions mostly fade the stretch marks, making them less visible but do not cure them.
If you are for prevention rather than cure, cream and lotions are the safest best yet. This is because they moisturize the skin and make reduce the appearance of stretch marks. However, a cure is what we are looking for, not prevention.
When it comes to reducing the size and appearance of stretch marks, there are a number of home remedies that you can put you can put your finger on. Olive oil, castor oil, lavender among other essential oils falls in this category. If applied appropriately home remedies can help to reduce stretch marks and although they may not completely remove the stretch marks, they substantially succeed in reducing them.
This is a non-invasive method of dealing with stretch marks. Though they do not offer the stretch mark cure, they assist in remedying the persistent ugly striae on the belly and other parts of the body during and after the pregnancy, weight gain or loss or due to the growth in the adolescence stage. Laser methods like Fraxel and excimer may help reduce stretch marks appearance.
Perhaps the ultimate stretch mark cure lies in the surgery as it completely removes the stretch marks.