"Stretch marks" during adolescence are a common condition. Because the teenage period is growing fast Both in terms of height and weight When the skin is rapidly expanding Will damage the structure of collagen under the skin. And the resulting stretch marks Especially teenagers that grow up fast The more the chance of stretch marks easily.
In the beginning, stretch marks tend to be red or purple over time. The mark will turn white. Dimpled appearance looks uneven Found position Usually found on the upper arms, thighs, calves, hips. In girls, found on the chest.
Prevention of stretch marks in teens is difficult. Because we cannot stop the normal growth of the body Frequent use of lotions or body oils Found not very effective in preventing stretch marks However, although difficult to prevent, it can be treated. With new stretch marks That is red, can be treated more easily than it already changed to white.
With treatment starting from - To apply in the vitamin A group - Using the new VBeam Laser group that still has red color To remove redness And stimulate the creation of collagen.
But if it has been a long time that it has turned white May change the laser group Group of radio frequency waves that help to condition the skin The same way that is treated in a scar like.
- Fractional CO2 Laser
- Fine Scan Laser
- Fractional RF
Will have to be treated many times The treatment result It's not as good as the treatment since new red marks Therefore, doctors recommend that Those who observe that the body begins to have stretch marks. Should immediately consult a doctor Do treatment early For better treatment results.
Information provided by: Dr. Narumon Thongsriiam
Compiled by: Medisci