Laser procedures for treatment of stretch marks, scars, pigmentation and rosacea use the new generation Star Lux 500 Fractional Laser system of the American company Palomar Medical Technologies.
The procedure is extremely gentle, leaves no traces and is distinguished by a high degree of safety and painfulness.
Palomar Star Lux 500 is the only method for treating stretch marks with clinically proven results in the present moment. Its effectiveness is due to high-intensive laser microrays, which penetrate to a depth of 1 mm in the skin and thus ensure the highest possible effectiveness of the procedure. As a result, a mechanism for natural tissue regeneration and the intensive formation of new collagen fibers in the stretch area are triggered.
The fresh collagen pushes the connective tissue into the surface from which the stretch marks are formed. The effect is visible even after the first procedure, and the full course of treatment guarantees healthy and smooth skin.
The same principle of action provides proven effectiveness and to remove scars of a different nature (postoperative, from acne, burning), hyperpigmentations and rosacea.
The single procedure lasts from 20 to 40 minutes. The necessary number of procedures for a full course of treatment of stretch marks and scars is 4-6 procedures, and in pigmentation and vascular lesions of a person-1-3 procedures.
No recovery period is required. It is necessary to use sunscreen with a maximum high factor to prevent the appearance of hyperpigmentation.
Laser treatment is contraindicated for persons with chronic or acute skin diseases, diabetes mellitus in the stage of decompensation, hypertensive or ischemical heart disease, varicose disease, infectious diseases, acute forms of herpes, malignant Growths on the skin, Keloidna disease, pregnancy, mental illness (incl. epilepsy), weakened immune system, systemic immune diseases, allergy from sun and light.
Laser treatments are not recommended for persons who, in the last 3 weeks before the procedure, have visited tanning beds or have actively been exposed to the sun, as well as after superficial or medium peels.