Stretch Marks


Stretch marks are the streaks that are usually found on the abdomen, breasts, hips, buttocks as well as other places on the body. They’re generally common in pregnant women, especially during the last trimester. Stretch marks may not be painful or harmful. But, some people don’t like the appearance of these marks on their skin.

The best solution to stretch marks can be Red light therapy. And at Medano Medical Spa, we can get you the safest and most effective infrared light therapy.

Stretch Mark Signs

Different Stretch marks look different. They vary depending on how old they are, what their reasons are, where they are placed on your body, and the type of skin a person has. Common varieties include streaks or lines on the abdomen, breasts, hips, buttocks, pink, red, black, blue, or purple streaks, etc.


Red light therapy emerges as an incredible promise regarding its effectiveness in both treating the existing stretch marks as well as preventing new ones. Red light therapy, aka low-level light therapy or photobiomodulation, is a secure and painless treatment. It has a wide and growing range of benefits in treating various medical conditions.

Red light therapy is a type of treatment. During this therapy, LED lights emit concentrated red and near-infrared wavelengths. And these are applied to the skin at close range. These wavelengths work by deeply penetrating into the skin all the way to the mitochondria of the cell. The mitochondrion is the powerhouse of the cell. And red light therapy works by creating a biochemical reaction. This allows mitochondria to use oxygen more efficiently and synthesize ATP resulting in the more efficient functioning of the cell. Red light therapy can prevent the formation of stretch marks, and reduce their appearance. Book a service online.


You can also get relief from all the above-mentioned conditions with our Infra Red Light devices. These are all scientifically proven, and clinically tested, and thus offer real results! Infra Red Light pain relief system was developed by using red and infra-red light technology. Willing to know more in this regard? Contact us.