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Stretch Marks

What exactly is a stretch marks?

A stretch mark is a type of scar that develops when our skin stretches or shrinks quickly. The abrupt change causes the collagen and elastin, which support our skin, to rupture. As the skin heals, stretch marks may appear.
Collagen is a protein that makes your skin more elastic. If your skin doesn’t have enough, the marks may show up as it stretches.

If you develop stretch marks, you’re most likely to do so during these times:

Growth spurts that happen in puberty
Pregnancy
Raped weight loss or gain
Weight training when you have rabid muscle growth

When stretch marks first appear, they tend to be red, purple, pink, reddish-brown, or dark brown, depending on your skin color. Early stretch marks may feel slightly raised and can be itchy.

Procedures that Physicians perform

physicians use the following procedures to make stretch marks less noticeable:

1. Chemical peeling

2. Laser therapy

3. Mesotherapy treatment

The treatment of stretch marks by mesotherapy aims to stimulate the functioning of the fibroblast, to make collagen and elastin again. This can be a cure but also preventive.
Products used:

Salicylate of Silanols
Magnesium
Vit C

4. Carboxy it is effective in pink or dark ones and alleviate 60% of white or silver one

5. Gold nano technology with derma pen or demaroller

– Indeed the stretch marks become less white and less wrinkled and they are much less visible. The skin becomes more elastic and supple. It is important to know that the restructuring of the dermis and epidermis continues after the sessions.

6. Radio frequency (RF)

skin resurfacing treatments offer a valuable treatment method for stretch marks. Offering significant results in treating early to late-stage stretch marks, customized NanoFractional RF™ skin resurfacing treatments utilize RF technology to deliver heat energy below the skin’s surface, reaching the dermis and triggering skin’s natural collagen production levels in the targeted area. This results in the reparation of skin and a reduction in the appearance of stretch marks. In fact, one study on the safety and efficacy of skin resurfacing treatments reported a noticeable and consistent reduction in the surface area of stretch marks on the thighs, buttocks, and abdomen, as well as a significant increase in the number of collagen and elastin bundles.