Paramedical tattooing is used to conceal scars, stretch marks, discolorations, or to ink realistic anatomic impressions. Text 714-642-6182 for your text consult.
Scar camouflage tattoo blends white scars with the healthy skin around it. Tattoo pigments are implanted into the scar tissue that is lacking color. The healed result calls less attention to the scars after completing the treatments and color is restored in the scar tissue.
The only scars that can successfully be camouflaged are scars that are lighter than the surrounding skin tone. Scars that are raised or Keloids, dark red or purple scars, and scars that are less than 9 months old cannot be treated. Some individual skin types are not good candidates for the scar camouflage process.
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Stretch mark camouflage helps to conceal and diminish the appearance of stretch marks so that they are less perceptible to the naked eye.
Treatment contains 2% retinyl ester, vitamin C, vitamin E and skin toned ink are incorporated into a non-comedogenic base that work together to improve the appearance of new and old scars, stretch marks, and other areas of skin discoloration.