The Difference Between Red and Purple Stretch Marks
Stretch marks are like those unwelcome houseguests who show up and never leave. And like houseguests, they're all differently annoying. Stretch marks can be distressing and even psychologically and emotionally damaging. Because a lot of how we feel about ourselves is tied to our appearance, having stretch marks anywhere on your body (usually on the legs, arms, buttocks, and stomach) can negatively impact one's self esteem. These stretch marks can look different from person to person, so a common question people often ask: What's different about different color stretch marks?
When stretch marks first appear, they can come in a variety of shades. Most often, they'll appear as pink, red, or purple (or any combination of the three). These colors indicate the relative newness of the stretch marks.
As time goes on, stretch marks eventually fade into a silvery-white that contrasts with the surrounding skin. At this point, you may be used to them, but you may never be used to how they make you feel: unattractive, unappealing, and sad.
Which is why Dermaclara skincare scientists developed Silicone Fusion™ Treatments, which utilize Silicone Fusion™ Technology. The proprietary silicone used in Silicone Fusion Treatments allows the skin to heal from the inside out. The mechanism used helps skin rehydrate and stimulate collagen to help it look plumper, smoother, more evenly toned, and it also assists stretch marks in looking more blended in with the surrounding skin.
To find out if Dermaclara Silicon Fusion™ is right for you, visit Dermaclara.com.