Stretch marks are caused by a spontaneous tearing of the deep dermis layer of certain skin areas. When they appear, they form lesions similar to long scars. At first, the colour of the lesions is lilac (upon the breaking of the skin’s fibres) before turning white over time. Stretch marks are very common and appear mostly after pregnancy, or important and fast weight gains or losses. Close to 80% of women have stretch marks on the belly, arms, buttocks, thighs, and breasts.
Unfortunately, stretch marks are irreversible and can’t be eliminated. However, there are solutions to smooth out their appearance. It is recommended to combine several types of treatments. Using radiofrequency-based treatment with serums allows reducing the stretch marks’ width, reddish colour, and texture.
The Maximus TriLipo offers the TriLipo radiofrequency treatment. The stimulation of collagen fibers that it performs ensures renewed firmness and elasticity to the skin.Learn More
The Venus Legacy radiofrequency device uses MP2 technology to transmit energy to the deep layers of the skin, helping to firm it and reduce sagging.Learn More
The sublative radiofrequency of the eMatrix is a more aggressive technology than microneedling. It aims the layers of the skin located underneath the epidermis. The eMatrix can treat more severe acne scars.Learn More