Topical management of striae distensae (stretch marks): prevention and therapy of striae rubrae and albae

@inproceedings{UdDin2016TopicalMO,
  title={Topical management of striae distensae (stretch marks): prevention and therapy of striae rubrae and albae},
  author={S. Ud‐Din and D Mcgeorge and Ardeshir Bayat},
  booktitle={Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology : JEADV},
  year={2016}
}
Striae distensae (SD) are common dermal lesions, with significant physical and psychological impact. Many therapeutic modalities are available but none can completely eradicate SD. The most common therapy is the application of topicals used both therapeutically and prophylactically. Even though there are many commercially available topical products, not all have sufficient level of evidence to support their continued use in SD. The aim here was to assess the evidence for the use of topicals in… CONTINUE READING
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