STRETCH MARKS REDUCTION WITH VENUS VIVA
Advanced Venus Viva NonoFractional RF Technology
Venus Viva™ is an advanced, non-surgical solution for skin resurfacing that works to stimulate deep skin repair and significantly reduce stretch marks. It combines NanoFractional Radio Frequency (RF) and SmartScan™ technology to help you get optimal results fast. What makes Venus Viva™ truly unique is its ability to cover a greater surface area and treat multiple issues in the same session.
Viva NanoFrational technology utilizes tiny pins that safely deliver heat (via NanoFractional RF™) through the stretch mark’s surface. The heat creates tiny micro-dermal wounds, which the body then works to heal naturally. This process effectively repairs the damaged stretch mark dermis, stimulating new formation of its two key components, collagen and elastin. And because the wounds are so small, the treatment is much more comfortable than lasers or chemical peels. The result is reduction in the depth and width of the stretch mark.
SAFE FOR ALL SKIN TONES:
Treatments are safe and effective for use during all seasons and on all skin tones.
You will experience mild redness post-treatment; however, you can continue with your daily activities immediately afterward. You can resume wearing makeup 24 hours after your treatment.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
A single treatment session lasts no longer than 30 minutes. The number of sessions in a treatment program will depend on the individual patient, but typically varies between 3-4 sessions, every 4-6 weeks.
More About Stretch Marks:
Stretch marks are a result of isolated areas of skin damage.
Extreme skin growth or shrinkage can cause stretch marks. Common causes of skin stretching include pregnancy, rapid growth during puberty, rapid weight gain, rapid increase in muscle bulk as seen with body builders, and either oral or topical steroid use. As the body grows, the connecting fibers in the dermis slowly stretch to accommodate slow growth. However, rapid growth leads to sudden stretching. This causes the dermis to tear, allowing deeper layers of skin to show through. This can form stretch marks and contributes to the way they look.