Scar Camouflage & Revision

Scar Revision Services for Burn Scars, Surgical Scars, Accident Scars & Acne Scars

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After several laser treatments for tattoo removal our client had scarring that prevented her from wearing the clothes she wanted ~ especially evening gowns for nights out with her husband and tank tops on hot summer
days.  This is the result after just two Scar Revision Treatments.  I haven't seen her after her third session. 
I'm hoping it will be even better.
See More Before & After Photos Below.  Click on any photo in the Slider Gallery 
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One of the most rewarding aspects of Permanent Cosmetics is being able to help improve the appearance of scars.  In Paramedical Micropigmentation training we work with burn scars, surgical and wound scars, acne scars and Vitiligo.  We are able to add flesh tones to hypopigmented areas, and, depending on the Fitzpatrick scale, lighten darker scars.  The action of needle insertion into some scars can also help to break up scar tissue and smooth the appearance of the skin.  On rare occasions, with superficial burn scars, we have been able to release superficial dermal adhesions and improve range of motion.

Traditional tattoo artists were the first to notice these improvements decades ago, as they used body art to cover up scars.  Some scars required numerous sessions to implant and retain  pigments, but each time the client returned for further treatment they could see improvement in skin texture. However, not everyone wants body art, and on some areas body art is not the best choice. Consequently, Permanent Make-Up Artists and Paramedical Micropigmentation Specialists have expanded on this knowledge with a goal of creating a more uniform tone and texture through dry needling for smoothing, and then following with skin-toned pigments for more even skin tone.

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