Scars & Stretchmarks
Restructure and regenerate the dermal matrix. Treatment after treatment the skin recovers a normal & young appearance. This treatment is priced per 10ml of Fusion solution
ABOUT FUSION MESOMATRIX – SCARS & STRETCHMARK MESOTHERAPY
Our exclusive MESOMATRIX formula is designed to restructure and regenerate the dermal matrix. It is recommended for the treatment of scars and stretch marks. The epidermal and fibroblast growth factors are acting in synergy with the centella asiatica extract and the hyaluronic acid. Growth factors act on stem cells, new skin cells are generated and the skin is restructured. Treatment after treatment the skin recovers a normal and young appearance.
- Prevents skin ageing & reduces oxidative stress.
- Reduces wrinkles & fine lines.
- Firms the skin and restores the matrix by stimulating the collagen I synthesis.
- Reduce the action of hyaluronidase.
- Improves skin softness.
- Sooths irritated and damaged skin.
- Stimulates the skin regeneration process.
- Effective treatment against scars and stretch marks.
Stretch marks are a form of scarring on the skin with a silvery-white hue (when they are new they can appear pink, red or a purple colour). They are caused by tearing of the dermis and over time can diminish but not disappear completely.
Stretch marks are the result of the rapid stretching of the skin associated with rapid growth (common in puberty) or weight gain (e.g. pregnancy) that overcomes the dermis’ elasticity. Although stretch marks are generally associated with pregnancy and obesity, they can also develop during rapid muscle growth. They first appear as reddish or purple lines, but tend to gradually fade to a lighter colour. The affected areas appear empty and soft to the touch.
Stretch marks occur in the dermis, the resilient middle layer that helps the skin retain its shape. No stretch marks will form as long as there is strong support within the dermis. Stretch marks can appear anywhere on the body, but are most likely to appear in places where larger amounts of fat are stored. Most common places are the abdomen (especially near the belly-button), breasts, upper arms, underarms, thighs (both inner and outer), hips, and buttocks. They pose no health risk in and of themselves, and do not compromise the body’s ability to function normally and repair itself.
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