By Dr Syeda Khan.M.D (Internal Medicine – Montefiore Medical Center, New York ) MBBS (Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad) Aesthetics Training – IAAPAM, Canada & Diploma in Aesthetics – Delhi

  • & More than 10 years of extensive experience.
  • Consultant at Apollo Hospitals
  • Former Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida

This is a problem faced by both by men and women. Stretch marks usually appear after weight loss or weight gain .Women often suffer post pregnancy. Sometimes certain skin types may be more susceptible to stretch marks than others

Our skin consists of three main layers: they are the Epidermis (the outer layer), the Dermis (the middle layer) and the Subcutaneous or Hypodermic (the deepest layer). The Stretch marks form in the middle layer or the dermis of the skin. This happens when the connective tissue is “strained or stretched” way beyond its flexibility or limit.

When the skin is stretched, it weakens the collagen and interrupts and damages the normal production cycle. This causes the scars just under the top layer of the skin. These scars are initially red or pink and with time become thin and silvery. This is how a stretch mark is formed. These marks can be more noticeable as raised red or white lines which are found on the stomach, arms and thighs or sometimes the breast area. These marks can be can be fairly unattractive. People who suffer from these kind of stretch marks have to wear clothes that cover the area, so no sleeveless etc. Why go through the expense and hassle of hiding your scars and stretch marks with makeup and clothing when you can reduce them with laser scar treatment that’s fast and easy.


Stretch Mark Treatments:

There are many creams and other products that are available in the market today that claim to help you get rid of stretch marks, but the truth is far from that. Most often than not they are expensive and non-effective. The absolute truth is you need the intervention of a dermatologist to help you get rid of stretch marks. Stretch mark removal treatment differs from person to person. That is why it is important to consult a cosmetic dermatologist who specializes in stretch mark removal.


Why Allure?

Allure provides best treatment for stretch mark reduction is carried out by team of expert Aesthetic Practitioners. These are highly trained and experienced in this line of work. Stretch marks are the deepest of all (even deeper than acne scars), and therefore the only successful treatment are the deepest penetrating fractional lasers. You will be able to see a noticeable improvement from the first session onwards. The reduced stretch marks will give a boost to your confidence and the freedom to go sleeveless.


How To Remove Stretch Marks ​- Non Ablative Fractional Laser Treatment For Stretch Marks:

At Allure we have the latest US FDA approved Non ablative fractional CO2 laser stretch mark removal treatment which penetrate all the way to through the dermis to heal the tear without damaging the more superficial layers of the skin. Most patients will see fading within in 2-3 months but optimal results are usually obtained in 3-5 sessions.

Non ablative fractional laser basically causes targeted precise thermal damage causing collagen remodelling. The recovery time is usually a few hours with less aggressive treatment and can be up to one week with very aggressive treatment.

Non Ablative fractional laser helps to treat acne and acne scars, it helps in decreasing the oil production and reduces the pore size. Compared to other methods of micro injury, Non ablative fractional laser can cause deep penetration to denature proteins as collagen and it is very precise.


Stretch Mark Reduction Aftercare and Precautions:

  • Your skin may look as though you have had a sunburn, it may feel warmer or tighter than what is normally does. But this will start to improve after about 2-3 hours of treatment. The redness will go away within 24 hrs.
  • You have to avoid saunas for a week.
  • Refrain from hot showers and exercise for 24 hrs or until the redness has gone completely.
  • Avoid direct exposure to intensive sunlight and artificial UV exposure for a period of about 2-3 weeks after the procedure is done.


Contact No:*



HTML code/URL goes here