Scar Camouflage

The skin can be re-toned to more closely match the surrounding area, and helping to make a scar appear less noticeable.

Re-coloration is most successful on those areas not exposed to the daylight on a regular basis. The surrounding skin will change color from UV exposure, even if protected by sun block, but the tattooed area will not change with it.

Para-Medical Procedures

Some clients have special needs and interests beyond the standard eyebrows, eyeliner and lip coloration.

Camouflage and re-coloration is the color enhancement of the skin or re-pigmentation of hypo-pigmented areas of the dermis.
Many technicians offer topical anesthetics before and during your procedure so there is little or no discomfort.

Patients with keloid scar problems may not be good candidates for these procedures so be sure to disclose your prior scarring history.  Patients with active infections should wait until the infection has cleared before seeking treatment.