You could be the healthiest most fit mom in the world. You might be one of those amazing females that takes off the baby weight within months after giving birth but you can’t make the stretch marks go away. One good reason to breast feed is that it helps burn calories to get you back to your pre-baby weight. That doesn’t help the boobs if you are nursing. You might have stretch marks and then what do you do? It’s actually very simple and you don’t need a plastic surgeon. There are a ton of new technologies that are quick, pain free and relatively inexpensive. The first step should be to find a local medical spa or laser hair removal clinic. Check to see if they offer any of these new technologies.
Medical lasers are not new. They are infact a well tested effective technology. Lasers can do things that cosmetic creams or medical grade lotions can not. Not all lasers are created the same. If you are sure to use a FDA approved high grade medical device you will be amazed at the results and process. Fresh stretch marks best respond to pulsed-dye laser.
Also known as chemical peels. They are designed to exfoliate the skin. They can be combined with microdermabrasion . These are chemicals that include an acid to remove outer dermal layers. The amount of pain varies between individuals. In most cases this is not the most effective treatment for stretch marks.
Collagen Induction Therapy
Another name is Mico Needling. This improves the appearance of scars by stimulating the skin. It causes your body to naturally repair itself. Tiny needles are used to penetrate the dermis and signal the body to produce collagen.