Scar Camouflage

A complete guide to scar camouflage and how it can help to disguise the appearance of scar tissue.

Scars CamouflageIn an image-conscious society many women will take a number of steps to help ensure that they look and feel their best, all year-round.

This can involve anything from buying high-end beauty products to paying attention to their diet and fitness regime.

In an attempt to achieve the flawless look in both our face and body, unsightly scars, which may have arisen as a result of an accident or surgery, can act to lower our confidence in our appearance.

This is where a scar camouflage procedure can help us to come close to restoring the look of soft, supple skin, using micro-pigmentation to recreate natural skin tone and colour pigmentation.

What are the benefits of a scar camouflage procedure?

There are a number of benefits to having a scar camouflage procedure, including diminishing the appearance of your scars, without the need to apply heavy camouflage make-up on a daily basis.

Throughout our lives the appearance of our skin may have been damaged by scarring as a result of acne, stretch marks after childbirth or even burns. A scar camouflage procedure can help to conceal unwanted scarring, helping us to feel better about our skin’s appearance.

This is particularly important when the weather is hot, as a wardrobe full of short summer dresses and sleeveless tops will mean that we have more skin on show.

Scar camouflage: What can I expect from the procedure?

A scar camouflage procedure can generally be carried out a year after a scar has healed and our expert therapist Caron will explain how micro-pigmentation can be used and help to blend your scar with your surrounding skin as part of your free, no-obligation consultation.

Caron will guide you through the range of pigments that can be used to match the scar to your natural skin colour, finding the best combination for your needs.

To get an idea of how a scar camouflage procedure can help to disguise the appearance of your scar, Caron will also show you a range of before and after pictures from previous procedures.

The procedure will take place in two parts, each lasting between 45 minutes and 1 hour. The first treatment session will begin with Caron applying an anaesthetic cream to numb the area to be treated, which will be left on for around ten minutes to ensure that it fully takes effect.

After the scar camouflage procedure is completed Antiseptic soothing cream will be applied to the treated area, and you will receive a sachet of Vaseline and an aftercare sheet, with full details of how to care for the treated area.

Caron will then book the second part of your procedure for 4 to 6 weeks time.

What experience do you have in carrying out scar camouflage procedures?

Our qualified and experienced therapist Caron has 20 years of experience carrying out micro-pigmentation procedures for surgeons both private and within the NHS, in areas including Aylesbury, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

Caron also utilises her training in Paramedical tattooing in America, to ensure that you scar camouflage procedure gives you a professional and natural enhancement to your features.

How much does a scar camouflage procedure cost?

Your scar camouflage procedure will help you to dramatically improve the appearance of your scar. Prices start at £150.

If you are looking to reduce the look of your scars, contact us today to discuss your scar camouflage procedure.

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