Stratamark Mechanism of Action




DCH Auriga
Full Prescribing Info
Stretch marks are a type of thin, flattened scar. In the early stages the stretch mark appears slightly raised with a pink to red colour, which over time develops a slight purple tinge and then eventually becomes white and depressed with finely wrinkled lines.
Stratamark is easily applied to all areas of the skin, including exposed and sensitive areas. Stratamark was developed to spread easily over large surface areas of the body, making ideal for use on the buttocks, belly, thighs, breasts and back.
When used as directed, Stratamark dries to form a silicone gel sheet, a protective layer that is gas permeable and waterproof which hydrates and protects the patient's stretch marks, allowing the skin to normalize the collagen synthesis cycle.
Stratamark is used to soften and flatten stretch marks, reduce redness and discoloration associated with stretch marks as well as relieve the itching and discomfort of stretch marks.
Stratamark was developed for treatment and prevention of all types of stretch marks, particularly those covering a wide surface area, resulting from pregnancy, adolescent growth spurts, weight gain or bodybuilding.
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