More commonly appearing post weight gain or loss, stretch marks can affect both men and women of all ages. Woman can also often suffer the appearance of stretch marks post pregnancy. Stretch marks can occur anywhere where the skin has been stretched, but they usually affect areas where fat is stored, such as the:
- Stomach (abdomen)
- Upper arms
At A New You, we have a team of dedicated professionals who are highly trained to support and provide advice and perform treatments that can help to reduce the appearance of stretch marks across all common problem areas.
Some Of Our Most Popular Treatments For Stretch Marks
A natural skin regeneration and scar repair therapy, Dermal Roller/Dermapen® is a micro-needling technique, which stimulates the skin to repair itself.*
The non-surgical treatment stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally to create smoother skin with a reduction in pore size and pigmentation.*
We offer revolutionary RecoSMA® Laser Resurfacing treatment, providing patients with a non-invasive technique to stimulate the repair of damaged tissues such as scars or stretch marks.* Due to the unique coldness of the laser (skin temp. doesn’t rise over 36.6 °C) treatment, the procedure does not cause scarring or change natural pigmentation of the skin.
Obagi Nuderm® is a prescription-strength medical skin programme designed to treat mild to severe sun damage, ageing skin, acne, stretch marks and more.*
The prescription contains two main active ingredients: hydroquinone and zinc oxide. Combined they rejuvenate, nourish and improve skin complexion.
Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy
Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) is a technique, which utilizes your own growth factors and re-targets them to a specific area of concern to encourage repair and regeneration.*
PRP therapy produces long-lasting effects with little chance of allergic reaction, as the platelets come from the patients’ own blood. A highly effective treatment for rejuvenating the skin and reducing signs of damage such as stretch marks and scars.*