This New Technique Promises to Say Goodbye to Stretch Marks
Although stretch marks are normal in the human body, many women do not like having them. These small reddish or white lines appear when the collagen and elastin fibers break, usually due to weight gain during puberty or pregnancy. Dermatologists consider them a type of scar because the damage to the skin is very difficult to reverse.
Currently, there are many products, such as creams and laser treatments, which promise to fade stretch marks, especially because they seek to stimulate the production of collagen in the skin. However, none have conclusive results and depend on the characteristics of each person.
In this context, Dominique Bossavy, a renowned cosmetic tattoo artist, offers a new option called Nano Color Infusion. This technique consists of using a digital tattoo pencil and applying it to the stretch marks to remove them.
By means of micropuncture, the digital pencil fills the grooves left by the breakage of the fibers of the skin. As in the case of tattoos, the body enters a healing phase to relieve these small punctures, which produces new collagen and there is a slight inflammation that over time is giving way to make room for more skin. smooth Three or four treatment sessions are required, with a space of one month between each, to obtain the best results.
The second stage of the procedure is pigmentation. Bossavy combines various pigments of mineral-based tattoos to obtain the exact tone of the person’s skin. With this mixture it fills the last holes of the grooves, managing to emulate the color of that part of the body so that there is no mark left.
Bossavy also uses this technique for other types of treatments, such as the fading of scars caused by burns and minor injuries. In addition, it has helped women who underwent breast cancer surgeries to have very realistic-looking nipples without needing another operation, only with their great ability for cosmetic tattooing.
In spite of the great advances that there are to disguise the stretch marks, many women prefer to show them proud. Such is the case of Zinteta, the Spanish artist who colors the striae of the human body to produce art. Check out more Latest News from impelreport