Shilajit for Stretch Marks

Can Shilajit help you to get rid of stretch marks? This sticky substance can be brown or black in color with a consistency of tar. It is mainly harvested in two regions, Caucasus and Central Asia. Centuries of tectonic movements, pressure, and heat caused vegetal, animal and mineral substances to mix together in order to create Shilajit.

Moomiyo, which is another name for Shilajit, contains many essential oils, humic acid, humin, polyphenols, fulvic acids and tons of other beneficial nutrients. Even Aristotle wrote about Shilajit and its power for treating various conditions, used by people in Central Asia. On the other side, Russians have been testing Shilajit for more than 70 years, discovering a great potential for sports performance and health benefits.

How to use Shilajit to treat stretch marks?

Since Shilajit is proved to increase tissue regeneration, people started using it to get rid of stretch marks. This technique became very popular and women around the world are saying that results are visible after just two applications.


The easiest way to use Moomiyo for treating stretch marks is to obtain Shilajit in powder form. Simply mix this powder with topical oil or just water and apply it into stretchmarks. The rejuvenation property of Shilajit combined with massage has a positive effect on dermis and epidermis, making the stretch marks go away.

Shilajit is not the only solution for stretch marks, but it is by far the healthiest one. Some procedures are traumatic for our skin, while other may fail and leave scars that look worse than stretch marks.

Shilajit doesn’t come with side effects and it’s a purely natural product.

A unique mix of rejuvenating substances in Shilajit provide a soothing effect on upper epidermis, while boosting blood flow to the run-down dermis.

There are many ways you can use Shilajit powder to get rid of stretch marks.

1. Mix one teaspoon of water (distilled) and two grams of Shilajit powder. After that, take around 3oz of any cellulite cream and add it to the mix. Keep it in a refrigerator and use it once to three times per day to massage the problematic area for around five minutes. You can use it up to three times per day for faster results, but keep in mind that using it just before going to bed provides the best results.

2. Make use of rose oil (use your best judgment for the quantity) and mix it with one gram of Shilajit. Apply this remedy directly to stretch marks before going to sleep.

3. Take around 40ml of topic cream and mix it with four grams of Shilajit. Use a circular motion to strongly apply it into stretch marks once a day, before bed.

Keep in mind that Shilajit is mostly used for treating small to medium stretch marks. The big ones are hard to get rid off with even with plastic surgery, so we cannot expect Shilajit to remove them altogether. But the effect is absolutely great for small stretch marks, which often disappear completely.

Make sure to arm yourself with patience, as shilajit treatment for stretch marks resembles a marathon rather than a sprint. It takes time, but in a couple of months you should be able to see the effect.

Find out more about Shilajit in our Comprehensive Guide to Shilajit.