What is DermaEraze Scar and Stretch Marks Treatment?
DermaEraze was created by Lorena Oberg and it’s a combination of light therapy and collagen actuation therapies which aid the natural healing of a problem area.
How does it work?
DermaEraze works by making a controlled lesion to the stretch mark and actuating collagen using needles and light therapy. In other words, we know how to hurt the skin in order to promote healing. Nothing is injected, so there is no risk of allergic reactions, making DermaEraze extremely safe.
Can you treat old silvery white stretch marks?
YES! We have treated stretch marks 45 years old with very good results. The length of time the area have been affected does not in any way diminish the effectiveness of the treatment.
What improvement can I hope to see and how long until I see results?
We have done over 3000 procedures to date and our data shows that 95% of our clients get a 30% to 60% improvement in the appearance of the stretch marks with ONE treatment. We ask you to return for a check up 4 weeks after the treatment and we can usually already see improvement.
Does it work on dark skin tones?
Yes it does, in fact, we see even better results on dark skin tones, although dark and Asian skin tones will require additional after care check ups. The price of which is included in the treatment cost. We will bring you back to see us as long as we feel you need it.
So will it work on Caucasian skin?
Yes it does, but the WOW results come from the dark skin tones. We still get very good and consistent results on white skin.
Do you sell courses?
No we don’t. DermaEraze works and it works fast and it carries on improving for six months. If you wish to improve on your results, you can have further treatments six months apart. You should see the same percentage of improvement the second time around. In our experience, people are happy with one or two treatments.
Does it hurt?
YES IT DOES. I have been told the pain is similar to having a tattoo and nothing compared to a bikini wax. We do use topical numbing cream which does take the edge off. It is a fast procedure and we are told, worth the discomfort.
Is DermaEraze different to the Dermal Roller?
Although it works on the same principle, it is very different. DermaEraze is far more targeted and therefore much more effective.
Does it have risks?
Yes it does, although our complication rate is extremely low. Your biggest risk is infection as with any procedure that breaks the skin. However, it is fair to mention that skin is naturally antiseptic and this is very rare. Should an infection occur, we ask that you visit your doctor for antibiotics.
What is the aftercare?
It’s important to keep the area clean. We ask you to not get the area wet for 24 hours. We ask you to keep the area covered with our Miracle Oil as this will help the healing process and also create a barrier against infection. Don’t cover the area with bandages and get plenty of sun if you can.
What is the healing and down time?
This is not a treatment that has down time as such. You will feel mild discomfort for 24 hours and the initial healing will happen in about a week. From then on, you will see the redness start to disappear. By the time you come back for your check up, the healing will be 90% completed. You are able to have this treatment on your lunch hour and go back to work.
Can I go in the sun?
Oh yes please! The sun is wonderful for results, in fact, many people plan their treatment around their holidays.
Can you guarantee that DermaEraze works?
No we cannot. Although it does work on most people, there is always someone it will not work for. Also, expectations differ from person to person and the same results could mean that one person is thrilled whilst the next is disappointed. We take detailed before and after pictures in order to assess progress.
Isn’t this all a bit too good to be true?
We get this all the time. We operate a no pressure environment so we hope that you will come in and try DermaEraze and give us a chance to prove it to you. The best thing to do, is to book in a consultation and have a test patch before committing to having a big treatment.