What are Stretch Marks (Stria) | How to Remove Skin Cracks
What are Stretch Marks (Stria) | How to Remove Skin Cracks

Skin cracks are a cosmetic problem caused by the separation of the tissue called dermis in the middle layer of the skin, which most often occurs in areas where skin tension is high during adolescence, pregnancy, and rapid weight gain. Stretch marks occur frequently in the abdomen and breast region during pregnancy and in the hip and back region during adolescence. Apart from these physiological conditions, cracks can occur in every part of the body in cases of cortisone intake and some hormonal diseases. While the cracks formed due to hormonal imbalance are red, the physiologically formed cracks appear pale.

 

The formation can be reduced by feeding the body with a nourishing cream (cocoa butter, almond oil, etc.) to prevent stretch marks that occur during pregnancy and adolescence. Unfortunately, no treatment will pass 100% after the crack formation. All treatments performed are to reduce the visibility of the cracks. The goal here is to reduce the crack visibility rate by 50%.

 

By using various agents and devices such as creams, PRP, Chemical Peeling, Fractional Radiofrequency, and Fractional Laser; It is aimed to increase collagen synthesis in the dermis layer of the skin and to reduce the visibility of the crack. The combined use of these applications with Fractional Radiofrequency or Laser PRP and Mesotherapy increases the success of the treatment.