Stretch marks are a cosmetic problem that affects almost all women, leaving a permanent mark on the skin. The areas most prone to allergies are abdomen, breasts, thighs, buttocks and hips, but it can also be seen on the inside of the knees and the inside of the arms.
Stretch marks occur in two phases, the first is characterized by red lesions, which time it can be treated and eliminated. The second phase is the healing of this tissue, which already looks faded and has acquired a pearly hue, at this stage the removal of the groove is very difficult.
Cosmetics Treatments for stretch marks:
Cosmetic treatments are appropriate to prevent stretch marks, because once these are in the second stage and can not be removed by them.
The question is basic and essential daily use creams with ingredients that keep skin elastic, hydrated and nourished, as well as specific products to prevent stretch marks.
Some anti-stretch mark products have marine extracts that nourish the skin and stimulate the cells, as well as safflower oil which is rich in essential fatty acids that nourish the epidermis.
Aesthetic treatments for stretch marks
Crystal Dermabrasion: This treatment polishes the skin to make way for a new dermis without injury.
Laser therapy: are low power lasers bio-stimulant action of the tissues that generate biological changes such as collagen production, cell regeneration, activation of the microcirculation, tissue nutrition, DNA synthesis and synthesis of fibroblasts.
Plastic surgery: it is only appropriate for severe cases when other treatments have not worked. The issue with this treatment is that instead of the groove is a scar, since the surgery removes the piece of affected skin and therefore can be performed only in the abdomen and breasts, which are areas with extra skin.