Stretch marks – mesotherapy
Stretch marks - mesotherapy
Stretch marks most often occur in the skin of the abdomen, thighs, buttocks and arms. They most often appear in people who have gained weight in a short time, but also pregnancy, genetic factors, drugs (steroids) play a huge role. Stretch marks arise as a result of excessive stretching of the skin, which can cause the collagen and elastin fibre network to tear. Stretch marks are often a serious aesthetic effect and may lead to weakening of self-esteem or considerable discomfort in situations where one should undress (e.g. beach, swimming pool).
In the case of stretch marks, a special needle mesotherapy with RRS Strimatrix preparation can be used for this purpose.
The procedure is performed after prior anaesthesia of the skin with the use of anaesthetic cream. During the procedure, punctures are made within the skin at intervals of 2-3 cm. During each puncture, microdeposits of the preparation are left in the skin. The punctures do not usually cause pain – they are done with a very small, thin and short needle.
After the procedure, the skin may be slightly swollen and small hematomas may appear in the puncture sites. These symptoms disappear within a few days.
The procedure us usually performed in a series of 4-6 treatments at interval of 7 days. The recommended number of such series is 1-3 depending on the severity of the problem and individual response to therapy.
– stretch mark reduction,
– skin firming and nourishing,
– reduction of skin laxity,
– bio-revitalization of the skin and improvement of its quality,
– skin remodelling and activation of regeneration processes.