Stretch marks are a big problem for those who have them and a great challenge for Women.
Various treatments have been proposed, but no cure or finally ends with them. Topical products such as creams and moisturizers acid-based, application of chemical substances within the same (mesotherapy), and finally, the laser devices which fall into this category are part of the therapeutic arsenal used for treatment of stretch marks.
What is the flute?
To understand how the laser works on stretch marks, we must first understand what a groove and its phases. The ridge arises when there is a stretching of the skin and this does not return to its source, causing then an extension of the skin.
When this process is recent, it becomes reddish. It is at this stage that the treatments have a greater chance of success. Over time, the groove becomes whitish formed fibrous tissue, and the skin under it gains a point depressed.
As the laser works?
The laser will operate in both phases. In the red stage, it causes a closure of small blood vessels and promotes the formation of new collagen, giving the groove a hue close to the skin and a reduction in its size.
In phase whitish, the laser will act primarily by stimulating new collagen, aiming only to decrease its size.
It takes at least 6 sessions, which can be weekly. The method is painless, and the degree of patient satisfaction goes from fair to good.
Laser treatment is painless, but after application the skin reddens and approximately 7 days there is a scaling of the entire treated area requiring the use of topical medications that soothe, protect and regenerate the skin.
For the duration of treatment is recommended to use sunscreen and do not expose yourself to the sun.
Stretch marks are a type of scarring on the skin, and to eliminate them is necessary to promote the growth of new skin in place. The use of creams for stretch marks is an integral part of the treatment, improving the skin's appearance, giving more moisture.
The laser will promote the creation of new supporting cells of the skin called collagen and elastin, and is therefore an excellent therapeutic option in fighting stretch marks.
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