Stertch marks are like small lesions very similar to scars that appear on the skin. They can vary from being of red coloring to white. Generally when they first appear they tend to be red (which is indication of a inflammation) then after a few months they will turn into a pearly white color which indicates destructuring of the tissue. The areas that mostly affected are usually: hips, buttocks, abdomen, thighs, arms and breasts.
It mostly depends on a general individual predisposition to skin traction. When such threshold is reached the skin tissue loses its histological cohesion causing the laceration of the dermis. Alongside this predisposition there are also other contributing factors. If the skin suffers extra tension due to a rapid weight gain or weight loss, pregnancy, overactive hormones (puberty), the connective tissue is stressed causing the skin to over stretch and consequently the stretch mark. However stretch marks can also appear on normal people as a genetic predisposition.
- Genetic predisposition
- Puberty: overactive hormones
- Rapid weight gain or weight loss
- Hormonal imbalance: start following a correct therapy
- Muscle over action from intense sport activity
It is hard to fully eliminate stretch marks, nonetheless they can be reduced and made to appear much less apparent. The choice amongst the therapy to adopt depends on the stage of the stretch mark.
White stretch mark: the dip can be reduced as well as the size and the coloring can also be corrected. What is important to establish are the causes of the stretch mark
Red stretch mark :We can reduce the intensity of the inflammatory process so the evolution will be less intense and correct the possible causes .Recent stretch marks can still be treated with success
The therapies are performed through exfoliating and regenerating treatments and the use of products to activate the microcirculation
- Natural Biointeracive Hyaluronic Acid
- Platelet Growth Factors
the choice of the treatment will be made after a careful examen of the patient