Having your children will be one of the most fantastic experiences of your life, and yet nine months of carrying a little passenger can take its toll on your body. Many new mothers struggle to adapt to the changes their body goes through during and after pregnancy, and stretch marks can make it harder to get back your confidence.
While stretch marks are very common and entirely natural, this does not prevent them from causing many women to feel unattractive and unable to wear certain kinds of clothes. For them, the idea of bearing their flesh on a beach or at the swimming pool can be unbearable, and for some their stretch marks can leave them feeling depressed and distressed.
Stretch mark removal can offer relief to those who feel this way. Although there are various ointments and potions that claim to reduce the appearance of stretch marks, stretch mark removal using a combination of microdermabrasion and laser therapy offers an effective and rapid way to see real improvements.
Dead, dull and damaged skin cells are first removed using a pressurised stream of tiny, medical-grade crystals, to reveal healthy, new skin. A laser is then used to stimulate skin renewal and collagen production, ensuring that skin recovers its glow and elasticity.