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HOW CAN I GET RID OF AN UNWANTED SCAR?

Are you waging war against stubborn scars? Seeking a cure? Look no further!


Say goodbye to scars and stretch marks with the latest trend in coverage – scar camouflage. This groundbreaking technique can make your scars vanish, giving you a newfound confidence in your skin. Our team uses skin needling and serums to flatten and reduce the appearance of scars. With custom blended inks, we can match your skin tone and camouflage any contrasts between your skin and scars, making them virtually invisible.


Scar Camouflage is Effective for All Skin Tones and Types of Scars


What is Scar Camouflage

Scar camouflage is a technique that involves using tattooing to cover up scars. This is a great option for people who have scars they wish to conceal, whether it's from an injury, surgery, or another cause. The tattoo artist will use a special ink that matches the client's skin tone to create a color that blends in with the surrounding skin.


The process of scar camouflage can be time-consuming, as the artist must take care to match the ink to the client's skin perfectly. This typically requires several sessions to complete.

However, the results can be incredibly rewarding for the client, as they will be able to enjoy smoother, more even-looking skin.


It's important to note that scar camouflage is not always a permanent solution. Over time, the ink may fade requiring touch-up session doen the road tovmaintain the desired effect. However, for many people, the benefits of scar camouflage far outweigh the potential drawbacks, and they find that the procedure is a great way to boost their confidence and feel better about their appearance.


Stretch Mark & Scar Camouflage Tattoos for skin discolorations , scars, birthmarks, vitiligo, tattoo removal and so much more by NUDETATU


909 648 9856 text or call for a free

consultation with custom treatment and price quote 😉

Located in Downtown Redlands California




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