Solutions for Stretch Marks using the following technologies:

Carboxytherapy is a non invasive procedure. It refers to administration of carbon dioxide gas [CO2] below the skin into the cutaneous and subcutaneous region using a needle for therapeutic purposes thereby improving skin elasticity, reducing cellulite and fat cells and stimulates the collagen production.
How does it work?

Carbon Dioxide also happens to be the signal for poor blood circulation in the body. When the blood cells are exposed to high concentrations of carbon dioxide, they stimulate the release of oxygen molecules at that site. In a sense, by injecting small amounts of carbon dioxide gas just below the surface of the skin, we are tricking it into increasing the blood circulation to that area. Dark under-eye circles, cellulite, and stretch marks have all been shown to have some root cause in poor blood circulation.

For Stretch mark:
Striae are usually found on the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, and breasts. Striae are seen in 90% of pregnant women due to a combination of hormonal factors along with increased stress on the collagen and elastin in the skin Although striae are thought to be a result of collagen rupture and breakdown during stretching of the skin. Furthermore, laser and light modalities are not safe for individuals with darker skin tones.

Carboxytherapy is the only treatment available for both old and new stretchmarks that visibly repairs the broken collagen and is safe for all skin types.  Carboxytherapy causes the formation of new collagen and subsequently thickens the skin to improve the appearance of the stretch marks by rebuilding the collagen matrix.

It’s a painless procedure with barely any side effects.