January 16, 2018
Stretch marks are very common on the abdomen, hips, thighs, breasts, and flanks. In most cases, rapid weight gain, puberty, and pregnancy influence the development of stretch marks.
There are a few basic patterns of stretch marks and these can be identified by the color of the skin. Red stretch marks are caused by localized inflammation and a hyper vascular state of the skin and are usually associated with newer, more actively forming stretch marks. Indented stretch marks are usually deeper in the skin and are often older and more stable.
Recommended Regimen to Before & After Laser Therapy for Stretch Marks
Wash the area once daily with MelaClenz while taking a showerApply Melapads to the area; Mix an equal proportion of Luminase and Exfolase creams and apply on the skin.
(Instructions for mixing Luminase and Exfolase: Mix equal amounts of Luminase and Exfolase in the palm of your hand; apply liberally onto the skin)
Treatment of stretch marks should begin with an assessment of the types of stretch marks you have; followed by application of the Luminase and Exfolase Body Brightening Kit. A choice of fractional laser, PRP SC, micro needling, and pulsed dye laser can further enhance results.
Order the Kareskin Body Brightening Kit below. Video courtesy of Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian in Los Angeles.
August 30, 2020
Nightly skin regimen using Replenish Daily Retinoid Cream and Elevase Moisture Booster to help reduce skin inflammation, rosacea, and oily skin. Nightly regimen to help control acne breakouts.
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