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Good for you for loving your bod, babe! It’s important to be
proud of the body that gives you so much, from PRs at swim meets to smooth
moves on the dance floor and so, so much more.
As your body grows and takes on a more mature shape, though,
your skin stretches to cover everything underneath. That’s what leads to
stretch marks. So, as your breasts develop and you hone those moves on the
court, it’s completely natural to see changes all over your bod, including in
your skin. Take care of it, exfoliating in the shower to clean off dead skin
and moisturizing afterward to make sure it’s not dry, and your skin will be in
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 11/28/2012 10:42:00 PM
POSTED IN skin problems, puberty
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