Striae (Stretch Mark) Reduction

Stretch marks usually appear when there is rapid stretching of the skin. Striae are most commonly located on the breasts, hips, thighs, buttocks, abdomen, and flank.

Stretch marks appear as parallel strips of red, thinned, glossy skin that over time become whitish and scar-like in appearance. The eTwo uses fractionated bi-polar radio frequency to penetrate through the skin giving a controlled injury to deeper skin layers stimulating collagen and elastin to be layer down. It works also to reduce blood vessels, so decreases the red/purple appearance of young stretch marks as well as healing the skin layers to improve the overall texture and appearance.
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