What is stretch mark camouflage

What is Stretch Mark Camouflage?

What Are Stretch Marks?

An average individual has multiple scars on his/her body. The type of scar that stands out the most is a stretch mark. Stretch marks scars develop when our body stretches or shrinks very rapidly. 

When your body stretches and bends, the sudden changes in the skin cause tearing in collagen and elastin. The appearance of scars occurs when the healing process begins and skin tone changes. 

Depending on the natural skin tone of the individual the appearance of stretch marks can vary between red, pink, purple, and reddish-brown. These scars can make your skin uneven and bumpy, and they might feel itchy during the first few days.

But as they get older, the skin color will return to normal and the scars will start to blend in with your skin because the scar band sinks beneath the skin.

What is Stretch Mark Camouflage (and why you should offer it to your clients?)

If you go around your social circle and ask if they have any stretch marks, they would reply in the affirmative. Stretch marks are very common because they occur due to stretching of the skin. 

Skin can stretch due to various factors. Some of the most common factors are weight gain and muscle gain.

Other factors include genetics and hereditary issues. You are more prone to get stretch marks if your mother had them. Women can experience stretch marks scars as a result of pregnancy. While men can get noticeable stretch marks due to strenuous work or exercise. 

In most cases, stretch marks fade away as the scar tissue heals. But sometimes these scars do not heal and they can cause distress and image issues in the person affected by them. 

Having stretch marks can make people body-conscious and they might become selective of the kind of clothes they should wear. It can also cause them to shy away from getting intimate with their partners and they might question their self-worth.

So how could stretch mark camouflage help with this?

In recent years the medical industry has become highly innovative but we are not able to develop a solution for stretch marks.

With options like microneedling, lasers, creams, you might think that you can get rid of them but it is not possible. This type of treatment does not help with the discoloration of stretch marks and scars.

However, with the introduction of stretch marks camouflage, we can blend your stretch marks with your skin, to bring confidence, and make you feel stunning in your skin. Scar camouflage is one of the most effective ways to mitigate stretch marks.

What Treatment Should I Use For My Stretch Marks

The revolutionary scar and stretch mark camouflage is used to hide stretch mark scars. It blends the stretch mark scar with your skin tone. The tattoo ink is matched with your skin color to extreme details. Allowing you to get amazing results.

By reducing the prominence of your scars, stretch marks camouflage tattoos blend your scars with your skin. This procedure uses a disguise to hide the scar or stretch mark.

This is a non-invasive procedure because it does not require surgery, making it a safer option.

The procedure is a form of Permanent Cosmetics known as Paramedical Tattooing. There are many other terminologies for this procedure some of them are: 

  • Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage
  • Corrective Pigment Camouflage
  • Corrective Camouflage
  • Skin Camouflage
  • Stretch Mark Camouflage Tattoo
  • Camouflage Tattoo
  • Skin Re-Pigmentation
  • Scar Tattooing
  • Scar Camouflage
  • Skin Camouflage Tattooing

Does Medical Camouflage Hurt?

Scar camouflage tattoo procedure uses a needle-like tool to insert into the stretch mark and deposit ink. The ink is similar to the pigment of your skin, making it a great alternative to dry tattooing.

Once you have had your initial consultation and discussion with your Paramedical tattoo artist, they will ask you to choose a day that will be convenient for you. 

On the day of your tattoo procedure, the paramedical tattoo artist may apply a numbing agent to the affected area. This is specifically used for individuals who have sensations in their scars. 

The level of pain experienced by most clients is 2 out of 10. Your paramedical artist will also keep checking on you, to make sure that you are relaxed and feeling well.

On average the treatment session is an hour long for a smaller area but can take up to 2 hours for a larger session of the body. Once the procedure is completed you can return to the normal routine. However, you will have to follow the after-care guidelines provided by your paramedical tattoo artist.

How Long Does The Result Last?

Although the skin type also affects the longevity of the tattoo, the candidate for a camouflage tattoo can expect the results of the procedure to last for several years( 5 – 7 years) even permanently. 

How Long Is The Downtime?

Stretch mark camouflage treatment is a noninvasive procedure. It does not require any downtime. A client can have a treatment session and go on to have a normal day.

Things To Consider When Opting For Scar Camouflage Tattooing

Although the camouflage technique does not remove stretch marks completely, it is only able to disguise them to give your skin a smooth look. Giving your self-esteem and self-confidence a much-needed boost. In recent years, scar camouflage tattooing has been accepted by the beauty industry as the perfect solution for stretch mark scars.

But it can be difficult to find the right clinic or Paramedical Tattoo artist for this procedure. We would recommend you to do your research online and then go for a complimentary consultation. A complimentary consultation will allow you to understand the workings of that particular clinic and the quality of service provided by them.

Expert Scar Camouflage Tattooing In Calgary, AB

If you live in Calgary, AB we would recommend you pay a visit to Reflective Beauty Boutique. We specialize in various areas of Paramedical tattooing one of them being scar camouflage tattooing and have a flawless track record with great reviews! By far one of the best permanent makeup artists in the city.

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