Stretch Marks

Treatments for Stretch Marks at Sparx Beauty Salon, Winchester

stretch mark removal, Winchester aesthetics clinic, Sparx Beauty Salon Stretch marks are narrow lines that occur on the surface of the skin when it becomes stretched. They usually appear on the abdomen, breasts, upper arms, buttocks and thighs.  

Stretch marks often occur during pregnancy, after rapid weight gain and during puberty.  They can initially appear as red or blue lines, but usually fade to become white or silver.  

Improve the Appearance of Cellulite with ProMax

We can improve the appearance of stretch marks using a selection of different non-invasive aesthetic treatments at Sparx Beauty Salon in Winchester

ProMax is designed to reduce the appearance of cellulite, give instant inch loss and tighten the skin. Treatments include; inch loss, body shaping, cellulite reduction, lymphatic drainage, eye and neck lifting, skin tightening and wrinkle reduction.

Please book in to see our skin care specialists to discuss the treatments available by calling 01962 878979 or book your appointment online here.  

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Microdermabrasion Skin Resurfacing 

Microdermabrasion is a superb skin resurfacing treatment that will improve the appearance of your stretch marks.  Using specialist Lynton laser equipment, microdermabrasion propels tiny microcrystals across the skin’s surface to remove layers of dead skin cells from all areas of your face and body.  The result is softer, tighter, smoother skin.

Dermaroller Therapy Skin Treatments for Scarring 

Dermaroller Therapy is an advanced micro-medical needling treatment that can improve the appearance of stretch marks.  Tiny micro-needle perforations are performed to stimulates the skin so it can regenerate and repair itself naturally.  New collagen is formed, new skin cells are generated and blood supply is enhanced to give you smoother skin. The procedure is painless and safe and is controlled to the highest standards of safety and hygiene.