Stretch marks, also called striae distensae or striae gravidarum, look like indented streaks in your skin. They may be red, purple, or silver in appearance. Stretch marks most often appear on the:
They’re common in pregnancy, but anyone can develop stretch marks in any phase of life. Some people are more susceptible to them. If your mom, dad, grandparents, or other blood relative has stretch marks, you’re more likely to get them.
We offer LUMENIS M22 device, 5-6 procedures in 4-6 weeks interval show you the results from 30 to 70% improvement, depending on the age of the patient and the age of the strings. After the procedures, the scar will become more aesthetic and unnoticed