The problem with stretch marks (a.k.a. tiger stripes, a.k.a. striae) is that no matter what color they are, they’re still scars. When collagen and elastin fibers tear during puberty, weight gain, or pregnancy, the skin’s color and texture is permanently damaged. Stretch marks usually fade from red or purple to white, leaving indented streaks that don’t plump back up. Still, there’s no real consensus on how to get rid of them. Getting traumatized skin to flatten out and return to its original color is a tall order for any dermatologist.
That’s where Alicia Shapira comes in, and we are so proud to announce Fernanda Jaffre, Brazilian scar and stretch mark camouflage expert, is making her debut trip to the United States in January 2018 to teach a technique never before used in the United States. This new method of camouflage is so innovative, you can now tan and not have to worry about a difference in skin tone! Most clients will require three treatments, three to four weeks apart, for best results.
If you are a licensed specialist and would like to attend class to learn this new technique, and build your career, please contact Alicia directly at 954-774-5087 for pricing and details. If you are interested in being a live model for this class, we will be posting the beginning of January 2018 on our social media sites with the dates and times; so stay tuned!