I wrote about my stretch marks situation some months ago, and I mentioned how I just discovered the cool laser stretch mark removal treatment and how I would love to give it a go. I have done some more research on this treatment, and I am seriously considering having it done. I had a chat with the guys at Pulse Light Clinic some weeks ago and I have the following facts to share with you:
No downtime needed
You can carry on as normal after every treatment.
No pain killers required because it is completely pain-free. It is a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure, just like the laser hair removal treatment I am currently undergoing. I have my third session today, so look at for an update on my laser hair removal journey series.
Results within 3-5 treatments
The results are noticeable after about 5 treatments, and each treatment usually lasts for about 30 minutes, which is great.
It leaves your skin feeling and looking smooth, leaves you feeling a lot more confident, and with it being winter, this would be the best time to get your skin summer-ready.
Finances options available
Various finance options are available for customers. You can pay as little as £20.21 a month, and spread the payments across.
Same day free consultations
This is what I call fantastic customer service. The fact that I can walk into the clinic without pre booking, and have a free consultation is ace.
Qualified Staff on site
Qualified and experienced technicians and nurses are available in the clinic, so you are sure to safe under the right hands.
If you don’t believe me, watch this video below. It is a visual description of how the latest laser technology used at Pulse Light Clinic removes stretch marks.
Stretch marks don’t bother me as much as they use to, but they still bother me. It will be amazing to get rid of them all for good. I am all up for non-surgical and non-invasive procedures. As long as I don’t go under the knife, or have anything injected into me, I am good.
What do you think of laser stretch mark removal treatment? Is it a procedure you would consider having at all? Drop me a comment, let’s chat.
Thanks for reading.
*This is a collaborative post.