There are many common aesthetic concerns that bother us with age. Some of these include stretch marks but also sun-damage, fine lines, and even surgical or acne scars. These bothersome aesthetic conditions can be difficult to improve with other solutions but with lasers, our clients can experience the highest quality results. At LightTouch Med Spa, our valued clients can experience laser stretch mark treatment for their stretch mark problem areas. With locations in Milton, Oakville, Mississauga, Markham, Waterloo, and Orlando, Florida, our clients can get stretch mark treatment with the use of the PIXEL™ Laser by Alma Laser. If you are wondering how lasers work to treat stretch marks, then you have come to the right place. Continue reading this article to learn more!
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How do lasers reduce the appearance of stretch marks?
At our LightTouch Med Spa locations, we offer PIXEL™ treatments as they are the fastest way to deal with scars and stretch marks after weight gain, rapid weight loss, or pregnancy. In addition to effectively removing stretch marks, PIXEL™ treatments stimulate collagen production beneath the dermis to create a healthier foundation for the skin. Not only does this treatment remove unwanted stretch marks, but it also rejuvenates the skin. We use PIXEL™ technology by Alma Lasers™ as it is great for providing results in skin rejuvenation and scar removal.
The PIXEL™ laser stretch mark treatment uses fractional non-ablative light that is used to resurface the skin. Stretch marks and scarring can be greatly diminished with laser treatment at LightTouch Med Spa. Clients will notice gradual improvements as the laser stimulates collagen production, in turn, smoothing out and tightening the skin.
When are lasers the most effective for stretch marks?
Lasers are most effective on immature stretch marks or stretch marks that are still fresh. This is because the laser light is able to penetrate deeper under the stretch marks or scar to promote the growth of new collagen and plump up the area. Furthermore, for darker skin types, laser treatment of stretch marks is generally considered inadvisable, largely due to the risks of causing hyperpigmentation changes in the skin.
If you are considering getting laser stretch mark treatment for your stretch marks and scarring, and you are looking for more information about it, then we encourage you to get in touch with our team today.