Vitiligo / Scar Camouflage for Man and Woman
Scars can be depressed, raised, shiny or rough in appearance. Usually, as scars heal they go through several color changes, from reddish to bluish undertones. Using a variety of camouflaging techniques, these scars can be camouflaged to match the natural skin color resulting in less visible scars.* Hypopigmented scars are the easiest to camouflage to near natural skin tone colors, while darker colored scars provide a greater challenge. We offer a free consultation with a trained specialist who will answer all your questions.
Do not apply make up.
Topical anesthetic cream is applied.
Needles are disposed of after every session.
Pigment is implanted into the skin; there may be some slight discomfort.*
Stay away from ultra-violet exposure, especially tanning booths, for at least 10 days. Alpha-hydroxy products and Retin-A must be kept away from exposed areas.
- Camouflage Hair Line
- Camouflage Areola Restoration
- Camouflage Vitiligo
- Camouflage Stretch Marks