If you have stretch marks, don’t worry as you’re not alone , and trust us you are in good company. Reportedly mega-model Cindy Crawford got them, so did actresses Halle Berry and Kate Beckinsale, among the many famous women. So how did these stars say goodbye to stretch marks?

The answer is LASERS.
While stretch marks aren’t harmful or painful, they can make it hard to feel confident about your body, especially when it comes to wearing bathing suits and other skin-baring styles.


Stretch marks(STRIAE) are an unfortunate part of life for a number of people. Anytime the skin has been stretched too far or too fast – such as during

  • Puberty
  • Pregnancy
  • Weight change
  • Hormonal changes

these unsightly lines may appear. Just because stretch marks are common , doesn‘t mean you have to live with them. 
A stretch mark usually initially presents with a red or purple color. When the skin is stretched, it causes damage to the connective tissue fiber which causes lacerations (the result of ruptured blood vessels). Even after excessive weight is lost, the marks remain, often assuming a whitish color.


All of us want to know that what is the fastest and the best way of “getting rid of stretch marks”.

Over-the-counter products
While there are many topical solutions made available over the counter,( Vitamin E creams, ointments, gels and moisturizers ), these creams and gels are not particularly effective. Most people give up after using the products for few weeks as the results are extremely slow and improvement is negligible.

For stretch mark removal, lasers have emerged as the most promising treatment To treat white stretch marks (or in some instances chronic red/purple marks) the best treatment is the Fractional CO2 laser. This laser works by poking tiny holes in the outer layer of skin and reaching the middle layer (or dermis). The treatment causes the stimulation of collagen production which subsequently leads to the rejuvenation of the epidermis (surface skin) and vast improvement of the area affected by stretch marks.