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What is "stretch mark camouflage"?

Stretch Mark Camouflage works directly on stretch marks to blend their appearance with the rest of the skin using serums & vitamins. WE DO NOT USE PIGMENTS ARE TATTOO INK.  2-3 treatments will be needed for best results 4-6 weeks apart depending on the area being treated.

What is the healing phase?

You are encouraged to bring loose and comfortable clothing for the treatment. Immediately following your treatment, you can expect the treated area to be red, inflamed, raised, and/or itchy. This is normal and may take a couple of days to subside. You will be given complete post-treatment care instructions by our professionals in order to facilitate the healing process.

Since this is a non-invasive procedure, there is little to no downtime. Most patients resume work the same day or the following day.

Healing varies per person and can range from 30-90 days.

Inkless camouflage technique

The inkless technique is similar to a PMU camouflage tattoo except, instead of skin tone pigments on the skin, we use a variety of serums, oils, and vitamins to deposit into each stretch mark to help reduce and remove their appearance. This is an alternative to putting ink into your skin and a more natural approach.​ Unlike other treatments such as lotions, scrubs, lasers and more, our technique stimulates the skin to produce collagen - a naturally occurring protein that provides structure to the skin and other body areas. Once desired results are reached no touch ups are required.  Clients can notice 20%-100% reduction of stretch marks after one session.


How long are the treatments?

Typically, a session lasts between 1-2 hours. It all depends on the affected area. Usually, it takes several treatments to achieve desired results

Is it painful?

Most Clients report that it is painless, some have commented that “it actually tickles”, “it feels like a gentle scratching”, or “it’s not as bad as a tattoo”.

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