3D Stretch Mark Reduction

/3D Stretch Mark Reduction
3D Stretch Mark Reduction2019-03-08T19:40:03+00:00
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3D Stretch Mark Reduction

I stumbled across this treatment literally my mistake.  It came from treating recent mum’s who’s tummies where being treated for skin tightening.  Over the past year I have had many women who wanted me to help get their tummies back to pre pregnancy tightness.  I am not offering a miracle treatment and inmost cases I can get the area a lot more tighter but never really back to before babies.  However, during the course of radio frequency on these ladies their red angry stretch marks also started to fade.  Some areas to the point of almost non existent.  I then decided to try a few practice treatments purely on stretch marks and the results have been incredible.  Some areas have almost disappeared and others have faded, all in all results have been positive.

Radio Frequency is one of my favorite treatments to do, it offers so many benefits to the skin, and its quick, easy, pain free with no downtime.


How does it work?

The treatment delivers controlled heat to the problem areas targeting two distinct depths. Bipolar is effective on the surface, where the skin is thin and delicate, as a result this will smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

Is Radiofrequency painful?

Most patients describe Radio frequency as a ‘warm massage’. Consequently, little or no discomfort will be expected. Each person’s pain threshold is different but most find the treatment easily tolerable.

When will you see the results from your treatments?

Results will gradually develop throughout the duration of your course, but in many courses results can be seen after treatment 1.  A course of 8 is what is needed for long term results.

  • Procedure Time:
    Anything from 10-30 mins depending on area
  • Treatment Duration:
    A course of 6-8 is needed
  • *Individual results and reactions may vary.

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*Results may vary and are different for each individual. As such, 3D-Body Contouring cannot guarantee specific results.