Treatment of Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are injuries resulting from the degeneration of elastic fibres of the skin that occur due to exaggerated distension of the tissue or hormonal changes. Therefore, it is an atrophy of the skin leading to the rupture of the collagen and elastin fibres present in the tissue.

Some specific drugs will provide local stimulation of these elastic fibers broken. Stretch marks have no cure, but the treatment offers significant results in appearance and thickness at each session.

Treatment through mesotherapy aims to promote controlled inflammatory reaction to stimulate healing and recruitment of fibroblasts and stimulate tissue reconstruction with specific assets and customized for each patient.

For the treatment to offer satisfactory results, 8 to 12 sessions are necessary, preferably performed once every seven days.