Stretch marks are a bane to new mothers, and even suffered by dieters with extensive weight loss and athletics who build up muscles fast. Stretch marks are commonly found over the abdomen, but they can also appear almost anywhere else on the body including over the breasts, thighs, hips, arms and bottom. If you wish to get rid of stretch marks, we have complimentary treatments available to reduce or eliminate these unsightly lines and marks.
We combine specialised technology and innovative potent actives to reduce stretch marks and improve the appearance of your skin. From laser technology to radio frequency, and microchanneling of skin rebuilding complex and PDRN, we use our range of arsenal to target and reduce stretch marks. The patented radio frequency treatment rebuilds collagen and induces rapid tissue repair. Advanced laser treatments gently resurface the skin and encourages new collagen growth to strengthen and repair the dermis of the skin. Potent skin rebuilding complex and PDRN introduced into the skin via micro-channelling repair the skin and increase hydration and improve skin texture.
It is always preferable and more effective to treat stretch marks at the initial stages. Depending on the age of the stretch marks, different treatments are utilised.
You will see a reduction in the depth of stretch marks and an improvement in the skin’s texture, as well as a lightening of pigmented areas. However, you will get the best results when you treat immature stretch marks or stretch marks at its early stage of development. So do not hesitate to start your treatment now!
"The years of pregnancy dotted my belly and buttocks with stretchmarks. I am thankful to the therapists at Shens Aesthetics for taking care of my body and doing the treatment with great care and concern. The continuous treatments have evened out my skin and improved the quality."
Stretch Marks BeGone
After 5 Sessions
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