Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/10/2013 -- There are different treatments for different kind of stretch marks. By different kind of stretch marks it means Purple or Red stretch marks and Silver or White stretch marks. This section by StretchMarksCare.com discusses the difference between these stretch marks and their treatment. But firstly know what stretch marks really are and from where they originate.
There are three layers of skin: The subcutaneous stratum, or deepest layer, the dermis, or middle layer and the epidermis or outermost layer. Stretch marks occur in the dermis, the elastic, resilient middle layer that makes the shape of the skin. When the dermis stretches over time, the connective fibers break and skin become less elastic. This results in stretch mark occurrence and requires treatments for getting rid of stretch marks.
Now Depending on skin coloring, stretch marks begin as raised pink, reddish brown or dark brown striations that then turn a brighter violet or purple. Gradually these bright marks fade to a color a few shades lighter than your natural skin tone. Over the time they become less noticeable.
For purple or red Stretch Marks treatment distinctive remedies works more compared to older blemishes. It was recommended to use tretinoin cream and pulsed dye laser treatment and fractional photo-thermolysis are best suited for red stretch marks. But these treatments are generally not recommended for pregnant women’s.
For Silver or White Stretch Marks Removal the above treatment strategies will not work to great extent. Microdermabrasion is used for white stretch marks which use little crystals to make stretch marks looks less awkward. Also Excimer laser is used which supports creation of skin pigments.
Stretchmarkscare.com brings all the possible ways for getting rid of stretch marks. Here one will find all the stretch mark cream reviews based on tests and surveys so that one gets the best method and product out of the bulk.
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