If you have stretch marks, then don’t panic, you are not alone! Stretch Marks can affect anyone, and they do – in their thousands, regardless of age or situation.

Whether you are losing weight, gaining weight, pregnant or simply growing – all of these situations can result in the fine silvery, long, fragmented scars that are sunken into the skin and affect self esteem.

But did you know that microdermabrasion can help to remove stretch marks and improve the appearance of your skin? Interested? Then read on to find out more…

We’re all looking for a professional, proven and trusted way to completely remove stretch marks. And that’s where SkinBase comes in!

Elasticity plays an important part in how stretch marks form, and is also an important factor in how we can quickly remove stretch marks using The SkinBase Facial™.

Stretch marks form because a certain hormone becomes overactive and stops the skin from producing collagen and elastin fibers responsible for keeping growing skin taut – The SkinBase Facial™ targets the problem area and through the fine crystals stimulates elastin and collagen, getting rid of stretch marks.

Over a course of SkinBase treatments, the skin surrounding the stretch marks is brought down to a level closer to the stretch mark itself. Although the marks are still there, the SkinBase treatment acts as a stretch mark treatment so they become significantly less visible.

Why The SkinBase Facial™ as a Treatment to Remove Stretch Marks?

  • Improves elasticity of the skin – getting rid of stretch marks
  • Visibly reduces the appearance of stretch marks
  • Easy, painless treatment
  • None invasive
  • Encourages elastin and collagen which plumps up the skin, resulting in stretch mark removal

For best results, The SkinBase Facial™ works hardest on red stretch marks where a blood supply is still present. Old, white stretch marks may not be removed

Want to know more? Watch our video to see how real people have got rid of stretch marks and benefited from The SkinBase microdermabrasion treatment.

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