What is Scar Camouflage
For light scars, pigments are introduced into the dermal skin layer to both camouflage and blend with the surrounding skin. This treatment can be very effective because it takes away the bright, white look of a healed scar and its shiny appearance. Scar tissue can be unpredictable in retaining pigment, so clients should be prepared to have more than one appointment to achieve the desired results. This type of procedure has a much longer-lasting effect than the use of camouflage creams, which may only last for a few days.
Scar Color and Skin Camouflage Before and After
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To camouflage scars, pigments are individually blended and introduced to the skin to match the surrounding areas. Several procedures may be necessary to reach the desired result. This procedure is very effective in treating Vitiligo of the scalp and other afflictions, particularly if the client has a darker complexion. Vitiligo has to be stable and non-progressive for two years before any treatment should be carried out.
Alopecia or Hair Loss Due to Chemotherapy
Using micropigmentation, we can create natural-looking eyebrows (hair simulation) for clients who have lost their hair due to Alopecia or Chemotherapy. Eyelash enhancement is also effective for clients with no eyelashes.
Alopecia is a devastating disorder affecting many men and women throughout the world. Our permanent cosmetic procedure is the perfect solution to restore the appearance of eyebrows and eyelash lines. The effect of the procedure boosts confidence, and many clients become elated when they see how much their appearance has improved after the treatment.
Micropigmentation can improve the appearance of a cleft lip. Pigments are used that are identical to your natural lip color in order to recreate the cupid’s bow and to achieve a symmetrical shape. As a result of reconstructive procedures associated with cleft palate surgery, blemishes and imperfections can also be successfully treated with scar camouflage.