Stretch marks generally first appear as streaks of red or purple and often slowly turn white in color. Stretch marks (striae) commonly occurs when the skin is stretched during growth spurts, weight gain, or pregnancy. The skin condition has also been known to be caused by medications such as steroids or hormones.
Stretch marks begin to appear when tiny tears in the supporting layers of skin and is a result from excessive stretching of the dermis. The blood vessels begin to form the discolored stretch marks, often turning resulting in a scarred appearance.
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