Paramedical  Tattoo

Scar Camouflage

       
I understand how important it is to regain your confidence after a traumatic experience.
Using microneedling and micropigmentation, I can camouflage scarring and skin irregularities from medical and elective surgeries, burn, skin graft , acne, stretchmarks and more. Microneedling can soften scars and help the body produce natural collagen to improve their overall appearance, while micropigmentation actually deposit pigment into the area, blending it with your natural skin tone so the scar is no longer noticeable! I will work with  you to ensure the best results in a compassionate and confidential environment.
Keep in mind that I'm not removing the imperfection but the procedure helps to conceal the area to make it  less noticeable. Sometimes it is a simple matter of choosing the correct neutralizing color to change the tone and freshen up the color. Often it is more intensive and can require several visits or even removal pigment to correct the existing situation. Fees are provided at the consultation on a per case basis



It is painful ?
Depending on the area, a topical anasthetic may be applied to lightly numb the area in order to make thetreatment comfortable. Most clients report that it is painless after anasthetic cream applied.
 


How long is the downtime?
This is a noninvasive procedure similar to a tattoo. Therefore, there is little to no downtime and most clients resume work same day. However, aftercare is extremely important.
 


What to expect after procedure?
Medical pigment camouflaging is an unpredictable process, therefore, color spot test is crucial. As with cosmetic tattooing and permanent makeup, the final heled color may be different from when the pigment was initially applied. The area treated will be red, raised, and inflamed immediately after the procedure and may take a few days to subside but this is normal and to be expected. 









Stretch Mark Camouflage with ink or inkless (Boleyn)

The Boleyn Inkless Treatment is based on the skin's natural ability to repair itself after suffering physical damage such as cuts, burns or various other injuries.
During our treatment we intentionally create superficial " micro-injury" to the outermost layer of the skin to induce the healing process that includes new collagen production.
We penetrate the skin enough to create a reaction within the same layers where the stretch marks are located, instead of working on the surface.
During the procedure we also create channels to allow the serums to penetrate deeper into the skin resulting in better product efficacy. 



IS STRETCH MARK CAMOUFLAGE IS RIGHT FOR ME?
If you have stretch marks, I can give you camouflage tattoo treatment; however, I advice you to try Boleyn inkless technique first and leave camouflage ink technique as a last option. Some clients have skin tone and stretch marks that are too close in color - in this case we would perform only Boleyn inkless technique. This involves the same steps as a camouflage tattoo, but without the use of any pigment colors. The skin on the stretch marks will be carefully damaged just enough to induce healing. Just remember, our treatment help to make stretch marks less noticeable. Nothing will completely get rid of stretch marks.


STRETCH MARK CAMOUFLAGE VS LASER TREATMENT
While laser treatments do works on stretch marks by damaging the skin's outer layer and forcing it to heal itself, similar to Boleyn Treatment. However, they do not put color back into the skin. So almost all clients who use Laser Treatments for their stretch marks still have noticeable stretch marks. Another huge difference is the cost of the treatments. Laser Treatments could run $1,000 to $3,000 per session, and can easily end up costing the client over $10,000 overall. 


HOW MUCH WILL TREATMENT COST?
For camouflage Tattoo it all depends on the size of the area needling treatment.

For the stretch marks inkless treatment I have fixed price- $650 for the first area, $500 for each additional area.




WHO SHOULD AVOID CAMOUFLADGE TATTOO INKLESS OR WITH INK:
Pregnant and lactating women
Prone to keloids
Those with transmittable blood condition like HIV and Hepatitis
Those with active infection of any type( bacterial, viral, fungal)
Those who undergo hormone replacement therapy
Those with active skin cancer on the treated area
Those who have scleroderma
Those who is undergoing chemotherapy or radiation
Those who have uncontrolled diabetes


REQUIRES DOCTOR APPROVAL:
Hemophilia/bleeding disorder
Blood thinner medications
Cardiac disease/ abnormalities
Telangiectasia/erythema
Collagen Vascular Disease






 

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