STRETCH MARKS

Stretch Marks

You’ve finally achieved that shapely body and are basking in self-admiration as you saunter around in figure hugging threads. So what’s stopping you from buying that cute bikini? Is it those silvery-white lines on your thighs and belly? Stretch marks can be a real confidence killer when it comes to spending time on the beach. But take heart, 8th Sense has the answers.

What are Stretch Marks?

Stretch marks are caused by tearing of the dermis. The usual result of rapid weight gain or growth such as adolescent growth spurts, pregnancy or muscle building.

Stretch Marks Removal

Stretch marks are a purely cosmetic problem and pose no health risk. They do, however, have an impact on your holiday plans at the beach. There are many creams and oils on the market that promise stretch mark elimination results. Many of them will, eventually, with a strict regimen, show results over time.*

If you prefer faster results, without using surgery, 8th Sense will assess your personal profile and recommend the best treatment or treatment combination for maximum stretch mark removal. Contact 8th Sense today on 011 884 6418 or email 8th Sense for a consultation.*

Top Recommended Stretch Marks Treatments

 

Remove Stretch Marks With Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is the practice of using microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medication and/or vitamins into the mesoderm or middle layer of the skin to deliver healing or corrective treatment to a specific area of the body. We use a proven combination of Mesotherapy cocktails from Paris.*

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Tripollar

Clinically proven to regenerate collagen, TriPollar will provide skin toning and improve the texture of all skin types and all areas of the body. It is the first and only skin tightening and cellulite reduction system powered by Tri-Pollar RF (Radio Frequency) Technology for medical and aesthetic markets.* More about Tripollar.

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Dermaroller

The principal function of skin needling is to stimulate body’s own production of collagen. It involves using a sterile roller comprised of a series of fine, sharp needles to puncture the skin. Performed under local anesthetic, the device is “rolled” over the surface of the face. Resulting microscopic channels, created deep within the dermis of the skin, stimulate your own body to produce new collagen.* More about Dermaroller

*Disclaimer: Treatment results will vary on a patient to patient basis. No guarantees can be made