Stretch Marks Camouflage

Stretch Marks Camouflage



    Stretch Mark Camouflage & Scar Camouflage is a paramedical aesthetic technique using a meticulous tattooing method with custom proprietary flesh tone pigments. This technique is intended to create a pigment illusion in order to disguise the area that is affected.

    Prior to micropigmentation, some stretchmarks may benefit from inkless pre-treatment with  vitamin serum.


    Stefany can determine if you are a good candidate for medical tattooing. After assessing your cosmetic concerns, Stefany will apply her extensive knowledge and experience to identify your best treatment options.

    Medical tattooing can revise a wide range of skin irregularities, but some skin conditions and pigmentation concerns may require a more complex or aggressive treatment approach.

    Patients with raised scars, scars that are darker in color than the surrounding skin, or scars that receive frequent sun exposure may be better candidates for alternative scar revision procedures. Scar revision treatments, including medical tattooing, should not be performed on scars or stretch marks that are less than one year old and/or have not stabilized in appearance.



    First, you will meet with your medical tattoo artist in a consultation to plan your custom medical tattoo. Stefany will work closely with you to select the optimal pigments, tattoo design, and tattoo placement for your desired outcome.

    Your  treatment will be performed in-office.. To start, Stefany will review and finalize the details of your tattoo. Next, a topical anesthetic can be applied to minimize discomfort during the procedure. After preparing your custom-colored pigments, Stefany will implant the pigments to best resolve your cosmetic concerns.

    At the end of the session, Stefany will dress the treatment area. You will receive personalized aftercare instructions regarding how to bandage and clean your tattoo, as well as specific guidelines for bathing, skin care, and the use of any prescribed topical ointments or creams.



    Medical tattooing involves minimal downtime and discomfort. Immediately after your medical tattooing session, the treatment site may appear to have very dark coloring, and the area may be tender. These symptoms will diminish naturally as healing progresses.

    With proper care, medical tattoos can heal within about 10 days. To prevent fading and support healing, it is important to closely follow all aftercare instructions and to protect the treatment site from:

    • Prolonged exposure to water
    • Direct sunlight
    • Contact with chlorinated water and/or salt water
    • Skin care products, including soaps and lotions
    • Excessive friction and force


    This Treatment often requires two or three sessions to achieve the desired coverage and/or depth of color. Some fading of the pigment is to be expected in the first 10-14 days after a camouflage session. The color will stabilize within four to six weeks after treatment. You can then schedule a follow-up tattoo session with Stefany if any adjustments or enhancements are needed to optimize your results.

    the Camouflage can last many years with proper care. Keeping the tattooed skin hydrated and consistently using sunscreen can help prevent fading and promote long-lasting results.





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