TOP TREATMENTS FOR STRETCH MARKS
Vitamin E, tretinoin, Retin-A creams, and silicone gel help to increase dermis strength by rebuilding collagen, protecting your skin from stretch marks. Alternatively, microdermabrasion works from the outside, using crystals and suction to gently remove dead skin from the epidermis (the surface layer), stimulating new skin growth and reducing the appearance of stretch marks.
For late-stage stretch marks, NanoFractional Radio Frequency (RF) treatments are an effective way to reduce the appearance of the skin damage.
This skin resurfacing technology helps to improve skin texture by delivering heat energy through the skin’s surface using tiny pins. This process creates microdermal wounds that prompt the body to start the natural healing process, repairing skin and reducing the appearance of stretch marks. The treatment is much more comfortable than standard chemical peels or lasers and requires very minimal downtime.
What Stretch Marks Are and How to Get Rid of Them
Did you know that up to 90% of women have stretch marks? It’s one of the most common changes you’ll likely see at some point in your life. Fortunately, there are treatments you can use to reduce their appearance. Before we get into the nitty gritty, let’s go back to the basics to uncover the causes of stretch marks and how to treat them.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I’ve been several times to Juan at Pell Radiant. First of all, he is so nice and warm, and has a smile that lights up the place. But most importantly, he really is passionate about what he does, and only performs services that he really believes in. There are so many options out there it can be confusing, but you can really trust Juan. I’ve had a series of Tribella treatments, and I love the results. My skin has never looked better. And if you are lucky, Hugo the Chihuahua will be there to greet you.