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Latest Dermaroller Treatments For Stretch Marks

17 Apr

Latest Dermaroller Treatments For Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are caused by scarring of the dermis due to rapid stretching of the skin. A commonly known cause of this is pregnancy. However this scarring is caused due to hormonal changes which can be associated with puberty, body-building, hormone replacement therapy etc. That is why not just pregnant women are looking to treat stretch marks. The most common places of stretch mark occurrences are the abdomen (especially near the navel), breasts, upper arms, underarms, back, thighs (both inner and outer), hips, and buttocks. These marks are in themselves harmless and do not cause any damage. But it is not a pretty thing to look at. That is why people are looking to have them removed.

Now a neat way to get rid of these marks is to try out dermaroller treatments for stretch marks. This is a much newer form of treatment that is completely safe and effective. This is based on the principle of of inducing collagen release through pinpricks that are made to the dermis. This allows the skin to heal itself and remove the scars. More advanced methods are using topical solutions gets better solutions. The advantage that this provides is not just the removal of the scars and blemishes but overall improvement of the skin itself. With the dermis restored properly, the the skin is once again pliable and soft. This method is an emerging replacement to cosmetic surgeries such as Botox and filler. The process is much simpler and generates great results that are visible within weeks of application.

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