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3 scientifically proven methods to reduce Stretchmark

What is Stretchmarks and what caused it? Stretch mark or striae , is a form of skin scarring appearing normally as parallel white lines. They are caused by tearing of the dermal layer. There are many creams and surgical methods that claim it can cure Stretchmark but the truth is there is really no way you can actually removed stretchmarks completely however after much research, we have found 3 methods that have been scientifically proven to significantly reduce stretchmarks TUMMYTUCK A surgical procedure for removing lower abdominal stretch marks is the tummytuck, which removes the skin below the navel where stretch marks frequently occur. This is only known method that removed stretchmark completely. FRACTIONAL LASER RESURFACING Laser resurfacing helps to reduce if not remove stretchmark by building new collagen in the dermis of the skin to replace the lost collagen and tightening of the skin to bring the stretched skin back together. To date, the only mechanism available to produce new collagen in the dermis and to tighten skin has been with heat produced by lasers, infrared energy and other forms of heat energy. Using scattered pulses of light only a fraction of the scar is zapped by the laser over the course of several treatments. This creates microscopic wounds. The body responds to each treatment by producing new collagen and epithelium. In a 2007 clinical trial, 5-6 treatments resulted in striae improving by as much as 75 percent. A 2007 Brazilian clinical study showed that fractional laser resurfacing improved both texture and appearance of mature, white striae in skin types IIV.

TriPollar radiofrequency Tripollar is the 3rd method that significantly help to reduce stretchmarks. A recent study of new modality for the treatment of stretch mark published in the Journal of Dermatological Treatment. The study entitled Treatment of striae distensae with a TriPollar radiofrequency device: A pilot study by Dr. Manuskiatti et al. In a clinical study, seventeen females with pregnancy stretch marks underwent six weekly TriPollar treatments. Results showed that at one week after the final (sixth) treatment 38.2% and 11.8% of the females were assessed to have 25-50% and 51-75% improvement in the appearance of their stretch marks, respectively. The long term effect of the treatment was confirmed during the 6 weeks follow up which showed that a higher percentage of the patients were rated to have improvement of their stretch marks, including 26.5% and 5.9% showing 5175% and >75% improvement, respectively. None of the participants were rated as having no improvement in their clinical appearance of stretch marks. Patient satisfaction was also documented: 65% of females reported that they were very satisfied with the treatment results 23% were satisfied with the treatment results 12% were slightly satisfied with the treatment results Following is the result after TriPollar radiofrequency

Following is a picture of how this device looks like. According to the website, following is how you use it

Prepare your skin for treatment by applying TriPollar Preparation Gel. Connect the device to the power supply, when you press the button on top of the device the low energy setting is automatically selected. To change to a medium or high setting, press the top button repeatedly and the setting will change accordingly. Ensure all four electrodes touch the skin Glide the device over the treatment area in even, circular, very slow motions. You will feel a pleasant, warm sensation as the skin and fat cells are gently heated from within. When the optimum temperature has been achieved the orange light at the side of the device will turn on, indicating that you can move onto the next part of the treatment area and repeat the process. On average, after approximately twenty minutes the treatment area should be complete. TriPollar POSE gives you noticeable results from the first treatment, and you can feel that by pinching the treatment area before and after the treatment. The recommended use is 2-3 times per week for 6-8 weeks, followed by a weekly or fortnightly maintenance program.

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