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Stretch Marks Can be Effectively Treated with the Combination of Therapies

Stretch marks can be effectively treated with the combination of laser and Age Advantage Stretch Mark Creme. Age Advantage anti-aging natural skin care/repair products are trendsetting and known for their effectiveness due to their penetrating into the Dermis and working from the inside out.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 20, 2006 -- For the past four years, numerous patients have been treated at the Cosmetic Laser Center of Los Angeles by combining Light Sheer diode laser therapy and Age Advantage Stretch Mark Crème, which is manufactured by Youthful Technologies in Atlanta, GA. This skin care/repair product is an uncommon composition of ingredients including Emu Oil, Collagen, Elastin, Aloe Gel, and many other skin rebuilding nutrients and vitamins. It penetrates the skin to effect scar tissue damage that starts internally, while simultaneously stimulating new skin cell growth from the inside out. It can also work on its own showing significant results over a 12 to 16 week period.

The protocol consists of five laser treatments for each patient, spaced out four weeks apart. The initial laser treatment stimulated the remodeling and regeneration of collagen over the affected skin areas. Patients were instructed to apply a thin layer of the Age Advantage Stretch Mark Crème twice a day for the duration of the laser treatments.

Approximately 60 to 70 percent of patients reported an improvement in the appearance of their stretch marks. On average, patients reported a 50 % reduction in the appearance of their stretch marks as compared to their initial appearance. This appearance is not temporary in that treatments need be continued. They are permanent.


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