Stretch marks usually appear on the belly, breasts, thighs, buttocks, shoulders or back… This is not only a problem for pregnant women, but for people who are overweight or fast growing youth. They are also caused by hormonal disorders or genetic conditions.
Nevertheless, this is a problem which we can resolve – WE CAN REDUCE STRETCH MARKS BY UP TO 90%!!!
There are many ways to reduce stretch marks, but the most modern and the most effective methods are within your reach! One of them is FRACTIONAL MICRONEEDLING!
Why Microneedling and not a fractional laser? This is because the fractional laser only reaches 1.5 mm deep, whilst the Microneedle reaches up to 3.5 mm!!!
The Microneedling consists of micro-punctures to the skin and simultaneous heating of the skin using radio waves, which leads to the production of new elastin and collagen. The fibers shorten and thicken, and new bonds form. Deep stretch marks begin to fill up and as a result disappear!
According to many doctors, this method is the most effective in the treatment of old, white stretch marks. In the case of red stretch marks, sometimes one treatment is enough.
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Stretch marks are a consequence of breaking weak elastin and collagen fibers by stretching them in a short period of time. The stage at which stretch marks are located is very important.
Stretch marks are formed in two stages:
- The stage of inflammation, in which the elastic fibers were just broken, the dermis was injured, which led to inflammation. These are stripes in various shades of red. This stage can last up to 2 years.
- The atrophic stage, in which the body can no longer get rid of stretch marks on its own, because the defects in the fibers are too large. The stripes are then white. If you are no longer able to prevent stretch marks by proper moisturising, applying oils to the skin, peeling or massaging, it is necessary to use such treatments as mesotherapy or dermabrasion, which are a good method at stage 1.
If you are no longer able to prevent stretch marks by proper moisturising, applying oils to the skin, peeling or massaging, it is necessary to use such treatments as mesotherapy or dermabrasion, which are a good method at stage 1.
The FRACTIONAL MICRONEEDLE is, however, the most modern method, which ensures the best results in both the inflammatory and atrophic stages.