FUSION SCAR GEL: STRETCH MARKS
Get Fusion Specialty Pharmacy’s customized stretch mark Scar Gel to treat your stretch marks! Our custom stretch Mark Scar Gel is made with medications to promote smoothing the appearance of stretch marks.
Because our stretch mark Scar Gel requires a prescription, we are happy to contact your provider directly.
HOW DO STRETCH MARKS FORM?
Stretch marks are a form of scarring that is caused by tearing of the dermis, the middle layer of skin which maintains shape and elasticity. They often have an off-color hue or skin discoloration. They are commonly associated with pregnancy, obesity, puberty, and short-term weight gain from bodybuilding or other physical activities. Stretch marks are not painful and do not cause harm to the body, however some people find them to be cosmetically unappealing.
TYPICAL TREATMENTS FOR STRETCH MARKS
There are many home remedies thought to prevent or treat stretch marks such as cocoa butter and Vitamin E. Although these methods are not harmful, they most likely will not reduce the appearance of stretch marks but will help with soothing irritated skin. Some other therapies include retinoid creams, light and laser therapy, as well as microdermabrasion.
HOW DOES FUSION SPECIALTY PHARMACY’S STRETCH MARK SCAR GEL WORK?
When applied directly to the affected area(s), Fusion Specialty Pharmacy’s specialized formula will help treat elasticity and discoloration associated with stretch marks. Stretch marks may be reduced and softened in appearance and texture.
LEARN MORE HERE: STRETCH MARKS CASE STUDY
SUMMARY: A 34-year-old female with stretch marks covering her belly and thighs after pregnancy. The pharmacists at Fusion Specialty Pharmacy worked with the patient’s doctor to customize a prescription stretch mark gel. The patient’s stretch marks began to fade in color and the indentations started to become more even and smooth. After 45 days, the stretch marks were significantly reduced. By 180 days of using the gel, her skin had significantly evened out and the stretch marks were hardly visible.