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Stretch Marks Removal

How it works?

Stretch Marks are marks or streaks that appear on the abdomen, breasts, hips, buttocks, or other place on the body. They can be found in pregnant women during the last trimester. Laser Skin Resurfacing, dermabrasion, Micro- needling, and Retinol creams are the various ways in which these marks can be removed.

Laser Skin Resurfacing- CO2 and Erbium YAG are types of ablative lasers used for stretching marks treatment. These lasers remove the outer layer of skin, leaving newer, smoother skin. They also trigger a production of collagen in your skin, which helps smooth out the raised scars of stretch marks.


Microdermabrasion is a painless procedure to reduce the appearance of white stretch marks. This procedure targets the upper layer of skin (epidermis), and works by stimulating the skin to tighten collagen and elastin fibres.


Micro needling, also called collagen induction therapy, is a minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses a roller with multiple very fine needles to penetrate the skin, gradually inducing the formation of new collagen, which can help eliminate unwanted stretch marks.
that you apply to your skin may improve the appearance of stretch marks less than a few months old. Tretinoin, when it works, helps to rebuild a protein in the skin called collagen, making the stretch marks look more like your normal skin.

Why it’s done?

Stretch Marks are harmless and painless. However, some people may find their appearance annoying and discomforting. Therefore, a series of cosmetic procedures have been introduced which help in the lightening or complete removal of the marks.

When to expect improvement?

Severe stretch marks make take five or more sessions to fade away. However, with good aftercare the condition of the skin may get better, and the healing process may speed up.

Summary

Getting rid of stretch marks is not a difficult thing to do and a variety of cosmetic procedures are available to facilitate that.

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