Millions of people have stretch marks: unsightly lines and redness which can cause distress, embarrassment and a loss of confidence. Fortunately, stretch marks can be removed with advanced laser treatments. Laser treatments can improve the skin’s appearance and remove stretch marks leaving smoother, unlined skin. The treatment is suitable for most skin types and skin tones. How are stretch marks caused? Stretch marks are caused when the skin is stretched over a short period of time, such as during puberty, during pregnancy and in cases of weight gain. This rapid stretching weakens the collagen, resulting in a loss of elasticity. Marks or lines then appear in the dermis, the layer of skin which maintains its shape. Stretch marks can appear on any part of the skin which has undergone rapid stretching, such as the abdomen, breasts, hips, arms and legs.…


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Time affects everyone. The natural aging process, the effects of gravity, sun damage and environmental pollution can cause our facial skin to wrinkle, sag and develop blemishes and lines. If your face is beginning to betray your age, you may be considering facial rejuvenation treatments. There are many different types of treatments, and the ones you choose will depend on the amount of correction needed. Chemical peels are an effective non-invasive procedure to rejuvenate the skin, improve skin tone and correct the signs of aging. What do chemical peels treat? Chemical peels are usually used to treat the skin of the face, neck and hands—the areas which betray our age. Chemical peels: correct wrinkles caused by UV damage treat fine lines round the eyes and mouth caused by squinting or smoking reduce acne and other mild scars improve the appearance…


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Laser tattoo removal is a safe procedure that usually finishes healing within 4 weeks. There are some things to keep in mind during this healing period to help your body along the way. What You Can Expect To See Blisters occur when liquid builds up underneath the skin. This is part of the healing process. It’s also normal to see blisters weeping, or releasing liquid. Do not pop blisters or try to remove them. Later on as the area dries, you will see the formation of scabs or crusty skin. Your skin is healing below the scab, and using it as protection. Do not remove the scab. They will fall off on their own when your body has healed itself. What Happens Immediately After The Procedure? Wait 2 hours before showering or cleansing the area. Do not apply the shower…


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Microdermabrasion works by exfoliating old, dead skin cells from the top layer of your skin. By removing the old skin, you give new skin the chance to come to the surface without some of the fine lines and scars. The procedure is very gentle, and sprays the exfoliant lightly across the face. Compared to other skin removal procedures, this one is relatively painless with short healing periods. How does microdermabrasion work? Microdermabrasion relies on manually scrubbing away the old skin, whereas a chemical peel uses chemicals to loosen up the top layers. Microdermabrasion moves tiny crystals very quickly across the surface of the skin. The tiny crystals can be made from Aluminum Oxide. The fast moving crystals peel back subsequent layers of old cells. Once the new cells are exposed, you get an even layer of fresh skin with fewer…


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