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Use Bio Oil On Stretch Marks? We Have Something Better

Posted by Andrew on 28-Sep-2016 06:26:45

A popular go-to for Mummy’s who experience stretch marks during pregnancy is Bio Oil or similar oils or creams in an effort to reduce the appearance of their stretch marks. These products are great for moisturising your skin, however in true terms of effectiveness, they often rely on clever marketing rather than clinically proven results.

Stretch marks form in the dermis (the second layer of the skin), therefore it makes sense that the most effective treatment has the ability to target this depth of the skin. In this article we look at how and why they form and discuss a clinically studied technology that can effectively target the site of stretch marks.

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Topics: Stretch Mark Treatment

Best Stretch Mark Treatment – Sublative Rejuvenation

Posted by Andrew on 30-May-2016 09:47:44

Have your stretch marks made you say goodbye to your bikini forever? Don’t despair, a clinical study has been conducted proving that sublative rejuvenation is an effective treatment option for those troublesome lines. Up to 90% of women get stretch marks (also known as striae), mainly during pregnancy or puberty and they can have a serious impact on confidence and self-esteem.

In this article, we discuss the clinical study - "Striae Improvement with a Novel Approach by Sublative Rejuvenation: A Study with Objective Measurement" by Maurice A. Adatto, M.D. and Ruthie Amir, M.D. - that was performed using sublative skin rejuvenation and the positive results from this new technology.

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Topics: Stretch Mark Treatment

Can Stretch Marks Be Removed?

Posted by Andrew on 12-Apr-2016 12:39:34

Stretch marks are known medically as Striae Distensae, or Striae Gravidarum if they develop during pregnancy. Whatever you call them, they can be distressing and embarrassing for many people.

There are so many treatment options for stretch marks that promise a lot but don't do much except empty your wallet. This article explains how stretch marks occur, and why most of the treatments available can't deliver what they promise. We also introduce a new treatment option, the eTwo SublativeTM Radiofrequency Treatment System, that is different to all the rest.

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Topics: Stretch Mark Treatment

Can Stretch Marks Be Prevented?

Posted by Andrew on 26-Mar-2016 11:00:00

Stretch marks begin as raised red or purple lines and fade to a lighter colour over time. Although they can occur in men and women, they are very common in women, especially during the later stages of pregnancy. Between 70 and 90% of all women will develop stretch marks at some time and many women find their appearance distressing. There are lots of creams and lotions out there promising to prevent stretch marks or reduce their appearance, but do they really work?

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Topics: Stretch Mark Treatment

Review of Popular Stretch Mark Treatment Options

Posted by Andrew on 15-Mar-2016 13:00:24

Although there is no real way to prevent stretch marks, there are a vast number of treatment options marketed to consumers in Sydney, from oils to laser therapy and everything in between. 

This article explores some of the more popular stretch mark treatment options and introduces the eTwo Sublative Skin Treatment System. The eTwo is a safe and effective treatment option to repair stretch marks and restore your skin.

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Topics: Stretch Mark Treatment

Why Some People Get Stretch Marks And Others Don't

Posted by Andrew on 05-Feb-2016 14:13:44

Ever wondered why some people get stretch marks and others don't?  Stretch marks are the thin purple or red lines that most women develop during the final stages of pregnancy.  They can also develop during the 'growth spurts' of puberty, or if you put on weight or muscle mass quickly. The common factor here is 'quickly'. They develop in men and women if there is a sudden increase in your size or shape and your skin can't expand quickly enough to adapt to these changes.

This article looks at some of the reasons they develop and why some people get them while others don't.

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Topics: Stretch Mark Treatment

Spark A Process Of Rapid Repair

Posted by Andrew on 28-Jan-2016 22:15:00

Stretch marks occur in both men and women, but are more common in women, with up to 90% of women experiencing stretch marks during puberty or pregnancy. Both men and women can experience stretch marks from rapid weight gain, for example during competitive weight training. Although stretch marks are not a medical problem, they can cause self-consciousness.

In this article we look at an effective and safe stretch mark removal treatment. 

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Topics: Stretch Mark Treatment