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Stretch Marks

Stretch Marks

Stretch Marks

Stretch marks start off red in colour, and are lines which distribute over the skin’s surface. Over time, they mature and turn to a silvery shade. It is best to treat them when they are relatively new, in order to effectively reduce them.

Many different body shapes and sizes have these marks, it is not purely down to weight gain/loss.

They can develop at key stages of growth, for example, during puberty and pregnancy, and also develop when there is a change in diet or exercise regime.

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Treatments available for Stretch Marks

Frequently Asked Questions

Most procedures for stretch marks will take 6-8 sessions, set 4-6 weeks apart. It does depend on the treatment provided, at PHI we house the largest collection of treatment options which it why a consultation is vital. We really can tailor our treatments to you.

An ideal candidate will have fresh stretch marks which will be easier to manage, but mature stretch marks are also treatable. Older stretch marks usually require a more intense procedure, and may take more sessions to achieve results.

It is not advisable for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding undergo any cosmetic procedures. While there is no clinical data that shows treatment to be detrimental to the patient or the baby, we always err on the side of caution.

Stretch mark treatments are provided by our highly trained team of aestheticians and nurses.

Most areas of the body can be treated. Some of the most common areas are the tummy and thighs.

Stretch Marks

Before and after Stretch Marks treatment

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