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Dermal Laserline Aesthetic Zentrum
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اStretch Marks

What is Stretch Marks the Therapy with Carboxy

Besen_02 stretch marks are a normal part of pubertyfor most girls and guys. When a person grows or gains weight really quickly (like during puberty), that person may get fine lines on the body called stretch marks. Stretch marks happen when the skin is pulled by rapid growth or stretching. Although the skin is usually fairly elastic, when it's overstretched, the normal production of collagen (the major protein that makes up the connective tissue in your skin) is disrupted. As a result, scars called stretch marks may form. If you're noticing stretch marks on your body, you're not alone. Most girls and women have stretch marks, which tend to show up on the breasts, thighs, hips, and butt. Many women get them during pregnancy. And while they're more common in girls, guys can get stretch marks, too. People who are obese often have stretch marks. Bodybuilders are prone to getting stretch marks because of the rapid body changes that bodybuilding can produce. Stretch marks also may occur if a person uses steroid-containing skin creams or ointments (such as hydrocortisone) for more than a few weeks, or has to take high doses of oral corticosteroids for months or longer. At first, stretch marks may show up as reddish or purplish lines that may appear indented and have a different texture from the surrounding skin. Fortunately, stretch marks often turn lighter and almost disappear over time. But the fact that stretch marks usually fade and become less noticeable over time can be little consolation if you plan to spend most of your summer in a bathing suit.

What is carboxytherapy?

Carboxytherapy is a medical procedure during which a sterile medical gas – carbon dioxide, is injected into the skin or the subdermal tissue. Carbon dioxide is a gas that is naturally released from our organism during the process of breathing and as such it can not cause allergic or any other unwanted reactions. For example, during laparoscopy, hundreds of times higher doses of this gas are used without any consequences for the organism. Carboxytherapy is used very successfully in various programs for stretch marks reduction, collagen and elastin stimulation and therefore for tissue tightening and lightening, reduction of dark bags under the eyes, and reduction of localized fatty deposits and cellulite. .

What is the principle of carboxytherapy treatment?

By injecting carbon dioxide into the zone under the skin, an acidic environment develops which signals our organism to secure oxygen to the tissue in the treated region and accumulate natural growth factors (vascular endothelial growth factors). In seven days after the treatment there is an increased natural distribution of oxygen in the places of application, a completely new microcirculation is created, lymphoid drainage is increased and in this way skin regeneration is achieved in a natural way.

What does a carboxytherapy treatment look like?

During the treatment, and with the help of a special device, a specific amount of sterile gas is injected with the thinnest needles into the skin or the fatty tissue, depending on the desired outcome. During the treatment the patient can feel a slight pressure anywhere from 2 to 4 minutes and the treated area becomes mildly red due to suddenly deposited oxygen. Already after 5 minutes after the treatment has ended, the CO2 applied into our organism is completely replaced with oxygen. Right after the procedure the patients can go back to their usual activities and no recovery is required.

How many carboxytherapy treatments are required?

Depending on the desired results and treated regions it usually takes between 4 to 6 treatments of carboxytherapy and they can be conducted once every 7 to 10 days. Carboxytherapy treatment is cumulative – every following treatment increases the result of the one before.

Cost 100 $


Cost 100 $