What are a lot of red marks on your thighs and hips?
Chances Are They Are Streatch Marks Caused By Gaining Or Loosing Weight, They Are perfectly Normal For Anybody To Have At Any Age, If You Wish To Get Rid Of Them Use coco Butter Lotion.
Those are stretch marks probably that occur from your thighs rubbing together from walking for long periods of time Answer Oh, are their anyways to get rid of them, I'm going to sumer camp this June and it's required to wear swimming suits when swimming and i really don't want those ugly marks on my legs then.
well first of all you can't get rid of stretch marks, but if you have those red stretch marks you can get rid of the red and it will go white and smaller these are the things you can get stretch marks when your pregnant, lose of weight, gain weight, hormons, when your body stretches and also if you have your period and you scratch your delicate body parts such as your hips, back of…
I have a weird red line on each side of my thighs. They look and feel like stretch marks and don't have any pigment under them like stretch marks. But they are bigger than the ones I have on my arms?
Your description does look like they are stretch marks. You can try using 'Stretta' from Zenmed to get rid of them. Stretta is a herbal topical cream that works great for removing stretch marks quickly. I used it when I had developed stretch marks across my tummy post pregnancy and this worked better than cocoa butter and bio oil which I had tried initially.
Home drug test. In addition to a drug test, there are some ways you may be able to tell visually. Are the marks near major veins? Are they in a line that seems to follow the path of the vein underneath the skin? If someone is just scratching itchy skin, the lines would probably just be red, and maybe a bit raised, as if someone's dragged their fingernails across that patch of skin. Track marks…
Many people have red or pink birthmarks on the back of their heads and/ or necks, and many newborns of Asian ancestry have blue or greyish "Mongolian marks" at the base of the spine or across the buttocks. Brown birthmarks frequently occur either on the torso or on the lower half of the body, especially on thighs and buttocks.