Scar and Stretch Marks Camouflage
Hide scars and reduce the appearance of stretch marks with paramedical tattooing.
Feeling self-conscious because of imperfections on the skin can be devastating. No matter how confident you are, scars and stretch marks can keep you from feeling beautiful and attractive. It is especially unpleasant if such a defect is located on an area of the body that is uncovered by clothing. Furthermore, conventional cosmetics do not help with masking these skin damages. Fortunately, now there’s nothing to fear – new technology has changed everything! Our Medical Center offers an exclusive innovative solution for this old problem: it includes paramedical scar/stretch marks dermapigmentation, AI intelligence technology for pigment match, and a special repair serum. The best part is that this treatment is highly customized. Valeriya Life’s paramedical tattoo expert who excels in these techniques will work with you to determine the most natural-looking result for your skin on face and body.
Feeling self-conscious because of imperfections on the skin can be devastating. No matter how confident you are, scars and stretch marks can keep you from feeling beautiful and attractive. It is especially unpleasant if such a defect is located on an area of the body that is uncovered by clothing. Furthermore, conventional cosmetics do not help with masking these skin damages. Fortunately, now there’s nothing to fear – new technology has changed everything!
Our Medical Center offers an exclusive innovative solution for this old problem: it includes paramedical scar/stretch marks dermapigmentation, AI intelligence technology for pigment match, and a special repair serum. The best part is that this treatment is highly customized. Valeriya Life’s paramedical tattoo expert who excels in these techniques will work with you to determine the most natural-looking result for your skin on face and body.
After the initial consultation, you start the journey to long-lasting transformative results.
Paramedical camouflage can be a life-changing option for people who want to cover up scars, stretch marks, vitiligo spots and other skin conditions. When these become invisible and acquire the color of healthy skin, then there’s an increased desire to enjoy life.
Before and after images of strecth marks and vitiligo treatments. Results may vary.
Highly Specialized in Surgical and Post-Traumatic Scars
Our licensed paramedical tattoo specialist, Valeriya Kettelhut worked in the field of medicine for more than 20 years and spent half of that time as a surgeon in an emergency hospital. She has extensive knowledge about how wounds heal. She is highly specialized in paramedical tattooing and treats patients with surgical and post-traumatic scars on face and body, burns, stretchmarks, and other skin defects. Valeriya is a friendly and down-to-earth person who likes to help others. Don’t hesitate to call her for private consultations!
The Power of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Our company specializes in developing and producing innovative solutions for various aesthetic problems. We use an innovative new technology that uses the power of AI to solve skin/scar color matching problems. It is especially important for post-traumatic scars that can have different structure, density, and colors. Precise matching of the scars colors to the surrounding skin brings the best results and makes scars and other skin defects less visible.
Advanced repair serum
Best Methods to Heal Your Scar Tattoo
Post-camouflage care is an essential part of our interdisciplinary cosmetical concept, which includes the latest breakthroughs in cosmetic medicine. Our innovative advanced repair serum is rich in nutrients and boosts healthy collagen with high efficiency; this helps to repair damaged cells and improve skin texture. Finally, it reduces the healing period by twice.
” I am so happy with my results! Valeriya is an amazing tattoo artist. I had an unfortunate plastic surgery for browlift. This left me with deep scars in my forehead. Valeriya Life’s scar treatment helped me not only make them less visible with micropigmentation. The scars also turned less dented while the forehead appears now more even. After the healing process, I will be coming back for a microblading session to reshape and fill in my eyebrows. ” L.Kalie
” I did not know what to think of the scar camouflage treatment, but I decided to try it and see what would happen. This was a miracle –the scar became less wide. The dermapigmentation made it almost invisible, and my makeup stays longer there and covers the scar completely! ” J.Mary
“I was very impressed by the way Valeria always answers my questions. She is so kind and professional. I am very happy with the results of my scar camo. I would recommend this treatment to anyone who wants to improve their appearance. Thank you, Valeriya!” D.Lana
” The whole experience was great, and the results are amazing. I would do it again in a heartbeat. I have had people asking me if I had some kind of surgery on my arm because they could not see the scar anymore. Thank you Valeriya! ” B.McKenzie
Frequently asked questions
What is scar camouflage?
Scar camouflage is a type of skin pigmentation that allows you to hide the aesthetic imperfections of damaged skin resulting from burns, various injuries, surgery, and so on. The procedure is a layer-by-layer application of special medical dermatological pigments with the use of tattoo equipment with different needles, selected individually to your skin’s color.
What type of scars can you camouflage?
We’ve had experience working with different types of scars, including smooth and flat, as well as atrophic and hypertrophic scars. Before your procedure we may recommend a resurfacing treatment to help minimize scarring. You’ll need to wait at least 6 months from the time of your surgery to schedule an appointment with us. We work with white, nude, reddish, and brown scars.
What are the steps involved in improving scar appearance?
The procedure involves three stages: primary, correction and secondary correction. To achieve maximum results, several corrections are needed. Immediately after camouflage there may be a slight local swelling and redness; these phenomena are temporary. The final result can be assessed after the completion of the rehabilitation period (1-1.5 months). The aesthetic effect lasts up to 2-5 years.
How do I know what type of scar I have?
Flat scars are usually pink or red, and they become less noticeable as they heal. Over time, flat scars may become lighter or darker than the surrounding skin.
Atrophic scars are sunken, rounded pits or indentations in the skin. They result from chickenpox or acne and develop most often on the face. As we age, our skin loses collagen and elasticity which can make atrophic scars more noticeable.
Hypertrophic scars are raised, and you can feel them when you run your finger over them. They may become smaller over time, but they never flatten out completely. Unlike keloids, hypertrophic scars don’t grow or spread beyond the wounded area.
Stretch marks are caused when the connective tissue under the skin is damaged by rapid expansion or shrinkage. The most common places to get stretch marks are on the breasts, stomach, thighs and upper arms. Stretch marks are a form of scarring characterized by an atrophy appearance. Learn More
Keloids are raised scars that often spread beyond the original wound site. Keloids can grow large and limit body movement. This type of scars is not suitable for camouflage.
What conditions would prevent me from having this procedure?
People with certain medical conditions should not get tattoos. These include:
· Skin diseases, infection in the treatment area
· Tendency to form keloid scars
· Herpes in the acute stage
· Mechanical damage to the skin (abrasions, bruises, cuts, etc.) at the site of the procedure
· Hematological diseases (hemophilia and other forms of coagulopathies)
· The presence of neoplasms of unknown etiology, cancer, etc.
How does the scar camouflage procedure look like?
At our first meeting, we’ll get to know each other and answer any questions you have. We’ll also show you some examples of our work so that you’ll have a better idea of the kind of results you can expect from us. Once we’ve agreed on a plan for your camouflage, we’ll start the procedure by cleaning the area with an antiseptic solution. Then we apply some local anesthetic cream to numb the skin in order to reduce any discomfort during the procedure. After checking your numbness level, we’ll start filling in your scar with pigments. At the end of the micropigmentation process, you will be pleasantly surprised by how well it blends into your skin. The pigment gradually fades over time. But its original color is preserved.
Will the scar or stretch mark look natural?
We use only special pigments for paramedical camouflage. These pigments are designed to blend in with the natural tone of healthy skin. Scars are structurally different than healthy skin, but they can be made to look more normal by choosing a pigment that matches the surrounding skin. Scars also tend to shrink and improve in appearance over the first month after the procedure.