- Helps to tighten and firm skin
- Helps to plump and rejuvenate
- Helps to reduce acne scarring
- Promoting new collagen production
Treatments for Stretch Marks
- Works with growth factor-rich serum
- Helps reduce signs of hyperpigmentation
- Helps to tighten skin
- Helps to reduce signs of sun damage
- Non-surgical dark circle removal
- Targets fat reduction and disposal of fat cells
- Increases Oxygen underneath scarred or darkened skin
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Stretch Marks Causes
Stretch marks are a very common concern, affecting most adult women as well as men and teenagers, and can affect all skin types. Also known as ‘striae’, they technically a form of scarring, characterised as indented streaking across the surface of the skin; common shapes and patterns of stretch marks lead to them being commonly referred to as ‘tiger stripes’. Usually, they are red or purple-hued when they first appear and fade to a silvery white over time.
This condition is commonly associated with pregnancy and while around 80% of women will develop them while pregnant, the actual stretch marks causes are more varied and can be as a result of growth spurts during puberty, rapid muscle growth and extreme weight fluctuation. Anything that forces your skin to rapidly grow at a faster rate than it is able to manage will cause the collagen bundles in the deep layers of your skin to tear away from each other, allowing your blood vessels to be seen through the upper layers of your skin. Over time, these blood vessels contract and become less red, but no matter the original stretch marks causes, the tear itself can leave a scar-like white line underneath your skin.
Stretch marks are most common across the abdomen, hips, breasts, thighs and buttocks, but they may also appear on the back, shoulders, upper arms and sometimes even on the face.
How to treat Stretch Marks
Because stretch marks causes are due to damage to the collagen structure, EF MEDISPA offers a variety of treatments that help rebuild the collagen in your skin and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. These include laser skin resurfacing for stretch marks and microneedling stretch marks treatments.
Advanced microneedling treatment that helps stimulate collagen to encourage fresh, rejuvenated skin cell growth, smoothing and tightening the skin.
Laser skin resurfacing for stretch marks, an advanced skin rejuvenating treatment that targets damaged cells in the deeper levels of the epidermis.
Microneedling treatment helps reduce the appearance of stretch marks by stimulating the production of collagen.
A popular microneedling technique that uses a network of microscopic needles which are gently rolled over the skin to trigger new collagen production.
Laser skin resurfacing for stretch marks that targets the surface of the skin, encouraging skin cell regeneration and collagen production.
Rejuvenates the skin by utilising targeted carbon dioxide injections that improve circulation and can help to repair damaged skin and stretch marks.
A targeted microneedling technique that uses a stamping device with microscopic, often in conjunction with AQ Recovery Serum.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What should you avoid?
Although cellulite is an issue for many of us, there are things you can do to improve the look of it. A healthy diet and exercise regime are a fantastic place to start. Not only does it improve your overall health but reduces overall body fat and strengthens muscle fibres beneath the skin. This is hugely beneficial when it comes to reducing the signs of cellulite. Habits such as smoking reduce the blood flow to your skin cells and destroy collagen, which makes cellulite worse, so it’s best to quit if you’re serious about improving your skin’s overall health.
Can I get rid of cellulite?
There’s no need to feel as though you’re fighting a losing battle when it comes to cellulite. With incredible technological advancements in non-invasive treatments, there are more options available to you than ever before. At EF MEDISPA, we know how to get diminish cellulite, and we’ll help design a treatment regime that suits you perfectly.
Is Undertaking Cellulite Treatments a Safe Option?
Yes, all our cellulite packages and treatments are safe and incorporate the necessary precautions, performed by our expert medical team. Cellulite treatments have been performed across the world for many years and the results speak for themselves. If you have any questions or concerns, please do contact us directly and we’ll help to answer any queries you may have.
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