Laser Stretch Marks Removal

Stretch marks occur when the skin is stretched too far over a prolonged period of time. When the collagen and elastin in the dermis breaks, the tears that are healed over time form scar tissue – also known as stretch marks. While stretch marks are commonly experienced by pregnant women, it can happen to anyone and can have a serious effect on a person’s self-esteem.

Lux Laser specializes in laser stretch mark removal using its advanced laser technology to remove damaged skin and scar tissue. The treatment will use precision laser beams to target the damaged skin cells and stimulate the growth of new cells. In just a few treatments, you’ll notice a visible change as new skin cells begin to grow back and you can return to having smooth and firm skin once again.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I see results?
Visible improvements only after 45 minutes from the treatment. Absolutely non-invasive treatment and you won’t need time to recover. You can proceed with your daily activities immediately. The treatment is carried out by specially trained and experienced professionals that know exactly what they are doing

Treatment time
It depends on the size of the treated area. Approximately one treatment takes 30 minutes.

Possible side effects
On the delicate skin areas such as around the forehead or the areas around the eye some bruise may occur which can be treated with skin care creams. After the treatment sunlight and UV exposure needs to be avoided for a period of at least 2 – 3 weeks after the procedure.  You need to apply skincare SPF 50 on a daily basis during and after the treatment even in winter and on cloudy days.

How long will results last?
The results are permanent.

Recommended frequency
Each case is unique. In most cases, the patients need as many as 3 – 5 treatments to completely remove stretch marks.

Medications to avoid
The procedure can be performed in as little as 30 minutes, depending on the size of the treatment area.

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