Paramedical pigmentation practices (tattoo) can really help alleviate psychological pain associated with traumatic events in a person lifetime. As well as help camouflage areas of a persons body or face that they may have insecurities about boosting there confidence and overall lifestyle.
PARAMEDICAL PIGMENTATION (CAMOUFLAGE TATTOO) SERVICES INCLUDE:
Paramedical 3D Areola pigmentation for breast cancer survivors
Paramedical Transgender confirmation/feminisation and masculinization of areola
Paramedical camouflage of mummy makeover scars including (see below)
Paramedical camouflage of tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) scar
Paramedical camouflage of/& Bellybutton (Umbilicus) recreation
Paramedical camouflage of Breast augmentation scars and Areola re-sizing scars
Paramedical camouflage of Self-harm scars
Paramedical camouflage of Acne scars
Paramedical camouflage of Facelift scars, including hairline and in hair
Paramedical camouflage of Caesarean scars
Paramedical camouflage of Stretch marks
Paramedical camouflage of Blue Dot Radiation Markers
Paramedical camouflage of Cleft Lip & Palate
Paramedical camouflage common scars on body or face
Paramedical camouflage of Hair Transplant scar
Paramedical camouflage of Common Surgical scars
Paramedical camouflage of Burns scars and Skin Grafts
Paramedical camouflaged of Vitiligo
Paramedical micro-pigmentation of Scalp Aesthetics. Mimicking and replication of hair follicles caused from boldness, general hair loss or alopecia etc.
Scar camouflage is a long-term solution that works on covering/camouflaging the scar with pigment similar to surrounding tissue. Covering scars, differences and variations with a flesh-coloured pigment can come by many names, including scar camouflage, corrective pigment camouflage, and skin colour tattooing. The most common term is scar camouflage. Scar camouflage can help alleviate psychological trauma associated with past events.
Paramedical Camouflage TATTOO
Paramedical tattoo helps to camouflage, improve the skin texture and elasticity of scar tissue, after burns, acne, chicken pox, loss of pigmentation, and vitiligo. Implanted skin toned pigments obscure scars and skin conditions making them less noticeable. Paramedical camouflage can be used to help conceal the appearance of scars from mummy makeover scars including, tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) scars, camouflage of/& bellybutton (Umbilicus) re--creation, breast augmentation scars and areola re-sizing scars
medical/paramedical pigmentation practices
Medical camouflage for stretch mark and scars is a tattooing method in which scars and stretch marks are camouflaged with different colour flesh tone pigments, its purpose is to disguise the area that is missing pigment or colour. Other paramedical/medical pigmentation practices include re-creating a 3D areola/nipple for breast cancer survivors. Transgender confirmation with feminisation and masculinization of areola. All which have incredible psychological healing qualities.
SCALP (HAIR) MICROPIGMENTATION
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), also known as a hair tattoo, is a non-surgical hair loss treatment where tiny dots of a particular scalp pigment are applied to the scalp to resemble a hair follicle.
Camouflaging scars, particularly those left from hair transplants, thinning and Alopecia by narrowing a wide hair part or bridging the gaps. It has been known to psychologically benefit individuals who have or have had Trichotillomania, also known as Trich, when someone cannot resist the urge to pull out their hair. They may pull out the hair on their head or in other places, such as their eyebrows or eyelashes. With the scalp aesthetics multiple sessions are required as layered effect achieves the ultimate mimic look of hair follicles. It is an extremely meticulous technique that requires skill and attention to detail. Priced by consultation and bookings consist of two hour intervals.
RADIATION MARKER PIGMENTATION/CAMOUFLAGE
Radiation Marker Pigmentation/Camouflage uses micropigmentation with tattoo ink to hide the radiation marker. Radiation markers can often be a reminder of the hard battle with cancer and the painful treatments lived through.