”I would like to commend Laser Loft on an impeccable service that they provide. Before I 1st started my treatment in July, I was a bit skeptical because I've heard of unsuccessful stories from some of my friends who had gone to other companies/organizations’ that offer the same service. I tell you, the 1st day I set foot in here, that skeptics vanished because during my treatment I was made to feel special and the staff thoroughly explained the whole procedure and my options, and of course expectations. To tell you the truth, Laser Loft exceeded my expectations. The stretchmark and pigmentation treatment has worked beyond my skin, it has boosted my confidence. I am now able to look in the mirror and jah, love what I see;-) I would also like to commend Fee and Tash for their honest, friendly and professionalism and always going an extra mile to ensure that I receive great service, great results. Guys, Keep up the great work!!!”
Mrs. Gwambe – Female Mid 40’s - Stretchmark and pigmentation treatment
✓ NDYag/Diode Laser (Laser Lipolysis
✓ Universal Contour Wrap
✓ Bi/Tripolar Radiofrequency
Stretch marks are a form of scarring that are caused when the skin is stretched rapidly (for instance during pregnancy significant weight gain, bodybuilding/ weightlifting, as well as from rapid growth spurts common during puberty/adolescence), or when skin is put under tension during the healing process, (usually near joints).
Stretch marks are actually made up of scar tissue that manifest when the skin’s ability to expand is exceeded. The elastic fibers that bind the skin (elastin & collagen) are stressed, resulting in small tears in the form of stretch marks.
Stretch marks may vary in their appearance. When they first show up they may have a reddish or purplish coloration and appear slightly indented into the skin, with a noticeably different texture. In many cases, stretch marks may fade over time to a more silver-white colour; however, their texture normally remains fairly consistent. Because scar tissue tends to have less melanin (pigment), tanning may make them become more visible as they may not darken with the surrounding skin.