Stretch Marks2019-02-27T17:55:52+00:00

STRETCH MARKS

STRETCH MARKS

The best technology for stretch mark removal

The most effective treatment to rebuild healthy dermal tissue for a more natural colour and texture, reducing and/or eliminating the appearance of stretch marks.

How the Stretch Marks treatment works

Stretch marks are caused by a tear in the dermis caused by high levels of cortisone in the stretched skin. Over time, the appearance of stretch marks can diminish, but they will never completely disappear. The Enerjet2.0 treatment is the most effective solution and the gold standard for all types of stretch marks, whether pink, white or grey.

The EnerJet2.0 Stretch Marks treatment uses pneumatic acceleration of hyaluronic acid that penetrates the epidermis through a tiny entry point, targeting the exact location of the stretch marks and allowing the solution to spread laterally.

This pneumatic acceleration creates a controlled microtrauma in the dermis in order to reconstruct the tissue. The EnerJet2.0 Stretch Marks treatment rebuilds healthy dermal tissue, while simultaneously supplying the skin with hyaluronic acid, one of the skin’s major components involved in tissue repair.

The result: a more natural colour and texture for a reduction in the appearance of stretch marks.

Traitement Enerjet lift cinétique

BEFORE/AFTER RESULTS

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Stretch marks treatment – Clinique MédiSpa

ALL ENERJET2.0  TREATMENTS

1. Strech Marks

 

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2. Acne Scars

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3. Keloid Scars

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4. Kinetic Lift

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5. Dermal Thickening

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STRETCH MARKS +
ACNE SCARS +
KELOID SCARS +
KINETIC LIFT +
DERMAL THICKENING +

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