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Many people find living with stretch marks difficult, especially in the summer when they are easily revealed by swimwear. Here at The Laser Treatment Clinic we have been treating stretch marks for over 25 years and we understand the effect they can have on someone’s confidence and have successfully treated thousands of men and women with stretch mark issues on all parts of the body.
What are Stretch Marks?
Stretch Marks occur when the skin is overstretched, and the production of collagen is compromised in the area, resulting in a scar-like appearance. Frequently associated with pregnancy both men and women can suffer from stretch marks, as they frequently occur during puberty when most individuals experience rapid growth. They are also commonly seen in men after working out with weights. Initially appearing as purple or red marks, these marks do fade over time, but they never fully disappear. While stretch marks aren’t painful and they don’t limit movement, for many people they can be uncomfortable to live with due to their unsightly appearance.
They are most commonly seen on the breasts, arms, back, shoulders, abdomen, buttocks, thighs and knees. On all skin types and ages.
Common Causes of Stretch Marks
• Growth Spurt
• Sudden Weight Gain
• Anabolic Steroid Use
• Working out with weights
Treating Stretch Marks
Our range of in-clinic treatments can be used on both white and red stretch marks across all areas including abdomen, breasts, buttocks, thighs, hips, upper arms, and behind the knee. The treatments can range from non-invasive laser and non-laser treatments. Your consultant will confirm the suitable treatment after examination of your skin.
The treatments can range from non-invasive laser and non-laser treatments. Your consultant will confirm the suitable treatment after examination of your skin.
To find out how we can help you, about our Special Offers or book a free consultation with one of our Skin Experts. Call our 24 hour hotline now 0208 012 8582 or book a free consultation here. A member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible, usually within 24 – 48 hours.