A brand-new treatment to combat stretch marks has been launched.
This is the first solution against stretch marks as it launches in the UK - with no pain, no down-time and a 95% success rate on all skin types.
Stretch marks are scars that can form when collagen and elastin fibres tear during puberty, pregnancy, or significant weight gain or loss that occurs in a short period of time.
They affect 50 percent to 90 percent of women but skin stretching is not simply the reason for them appearing.
During puberty, pregnancy, and weight changes, elevated levels of hormones called glucocorticoids are produced by the adrenal glands.
Those hormones are what can cause the collagen and elastin fibers to tear when the skin is stretched.
Weight gain itself doesn’t cause stretch marks—it promotes the hormonal changes that cause them.
Doctors have found that the elastic fibre network in the dermis gets disrupted in a stretch mark. So, after giving birth for instance, this network remains disrupted. Elastic fibers give skin its elasticity, or the ability to “snap back,” after stretching. The skin tries to repair the disrupted elastic network but can't, which in turn results in not only the stretch mark but also the lax, loose skin seen in more mature stretch marks.
Doctors agree that you can’t prevent marks and the present research of topical treatment options doesn’t find anything currently available to effectively repair the disrupted elastic fibres.
But now, the first real solution against stretch marks has been launched in the UK and doctors across the country agree that this is a 'game changer' when it comes to offering treatment.
Biodermogenesi from Fusion GT – a treatment with efficacy well-documented within a vast amount of university studies and by independent researchers – is scientifically proven to treat stretch marks by filling their hollow area session by session which in turn allows the natural tanning process to occur.
Bringing an entirely new technology to the industry, Biodermogenesi from Fusion GT relies on a powerful and unique combination of electromagnetic energy and vacuum technology to increase oxygenation, rebuild Type III collagen, recover toxins and completely restructure damaged cells within the skin to give visible results.
In other words, it is the only treatment available to enable the self-renewal of the tissues, completely rewinding time without damaging the skin biologically; a vast difference between existing therapies like mesotherapy and laser which can damage the skin and also make stretch marks appear worse.
Treatment costs vary between clinics but generally patients can expect to pay £2,200 per course of treatments and results are proven to last long term – with clinical studies showing that the improvement achieved remained stable even after more than five years after the end of treatment.
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