Bypass Gastric

One of the most unpleasant aesthetic consequences that occur with sudden weight changes is the appearance of scars on the skin commonly known as Striae, which appear when the elastic fibers of the more superficial layers of the skin are broken. Our skin has an amazing ability to stretch out and collapsed. Elastin and collagen give flexibility and elasticity and that when we raise or lower weight skin accommodate new bodily forms very quickly, but in that process many elastic fibers are irreparably damaged. When this happens they begin to become visible a few small marks which, at the end of heal, will be indelible. It is important to prevent its occurrence taking care of skin and body weight. Stretch marks are located mainly in the abdomen, thighs, breasts and arms, places that are more prone to sudden stretching, and are no different from other scars. Initially they are red, very fine and soft coloration.

While physicians ensure that stretch marks cannot be removed, During this first stage treatments that fly them imperceptible may apply. In addition to the application of moisturizing and nourishing creams, it is important to control power and exercise often. By following these steps your skin becomes more elastic and healthy, and the scars will pass unnoticed. If not it handles them is when they are born likely emergence of new brands. Over time, stretch marks take a whitish coloration, which means that the layers of skin have already healed and there is no possibility of treating them. A bleaching cream that will match the color of the area can be applied to disguise them.

Surgery is the only alternative that completely erase stretch marks, whether they are old or new, through the Elimination of the superficial layers of the skin and exposing a new coating is not damaged. However, not in all cases it is necessary to resort to these processes. If after have undergone gastric bypass and have thinned a lot of kilos you feels dissatisfied with the way in which they wear these scars on your body, consult your doctor about the best treatment. Greetings, Hector Bernal original author and source of the article.