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Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are a type of scarring that develop when the skin is “pulled”, causing the elastin and collagen fibres to break. They can occur during puberty while the body is growing, or when there is a change in body weight. A change in exercise regimen can also be responsible, especially if you’re a keen weight-trainer. However, stretch marks are most commonly associated with pregnancy, and as many as 90 per cent of women are known to develop them while introducing a new baby into the family.

Stretch marks usually have a red or brownish tone to begin with, but they gradually fade to a silvery hue over time. The earlier you treat them, the more effective the treatments generally are. But regardless of what stage they’re at, we offer non-surgical treatments that can help alleviate their appearance.

Our pledge to you

As with any concern, at Vie Aesthetics, you will ALWAYS first be treated to a no-obligation consultation. Your concerns will be listened to, your situation will be analysed, and your options discussed.

Our medical team and skin aestheticians work in unison, ensuring that treatment plans are tailored especially for YOU. Our unique collaborative approach means we often combine treatments, helping you to achieve optimal results in the shortest possible time. We also advise on home aftercare regimens so that you can enjoy your results for longer.

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You can click on the links below to see some of our available treatments for Stretch Marks

Please note that results vary from person to person due to lifestyle, external and internal factors, and genetic predispositions.

Vie Aesthetics Clinics
Harley Street

2 Harley Street,
Marylebone,
London,
W1G 9PA, UK

Rayleigh

78 London Hill Road,
Rayleigh,
Essex,
SS6 7HP

Germany

Marktgasse 5,
71332 Waiblingen,
Germany

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