Wondering what can ever be done for stretch marks? We have the answers with two non-surgical and very effective treatments.
How stretch marks are formed?
Stretch marks happen when the skin is pulled by rapid growth or stretching. Although the skin is usually fairly elastic, when it’s overstretched, the normal production of collagen (the major protein that makes up the connective tissue in your skin) is disrupted. As a result, scars called stretch marks may form.
At BeauSynergy, we use have various techniques for combatting the appearance of stretch marks and for the treatment of Stretch Marks. After a consultation you may opt for either micro skin needling or Plasma Pen, depending on the severity and size of the stretch marks. This may include Dermapen,Genuine Dermaroller™, SkinPen or Fibroblast Plasma Pen.
Successful treatment of stretch marks can be seen with visible improvements soon after the first treatment. The skin will keep on repairing as new cells are formed over the forthcoming months.
Skin needling with Dermaroller or SkinPen is performed using a sterile single-use roller or cartridge with tiny needles. When applied it will penetrate into the dermis of the skin (approximately 0.1mm in width), creating little wounds. These tiny little wounds cause a surge in collagen which helps the skin to repair itself and become thicker and more healthy.
What procedure is used to remove Stretch Marks?
The Fibroblast Plasma Pen uses medical grade, sterile, single use technology to reduce and remove the stretch marks. The results are instant and there is also no excessive heat transferred to surrounding tissues to cause damage to the ‘normal’ skin.
This treatment for stretch marks is non-surgical and so there is no use of a scalpel, sedatives or post-procedure medication. This is also only a few days of downtime.