Hyperpigmentation in Liposuction Scars
It is fairly common to have some hyperpigmentation. Liposuction incisions are no exception to scarring
While usually less than an inch long, these incisions transition to a scab, which can then leave a visible scar. Although the scarring is normally very minimal if any it does and can happen.
We actually do a lot of Lipo Scars in the office.
Besides Scaring Hyperpigmentation tends to occur around the incision which in return will make the scar more visible. Although Lipo scars can differ in shape and size, most Lipo scars we see tend to look like a little x or + sign in the middle (Hypo) lighter than your skin color then (hyper) darker around the edges
Scar tissue is not the same as your regular skin. Even the most careful cosmetic surgery can result in visible scars that become more evident over time. They often show up as discolored areas where the surgeon repaired or reattached your skin after an incision
Although scar camouflage isn’t a new service, it has been slowly making its way into mainstream beauty trends over the last year. Scar camouflage can help reduce the appearance of stretch marks, scars from injuries, liposuction, breast augmentation, mastectomies and surgical scars, Vitiligo, and more.
Although the procedure can’t make scars disappear completely, it can drastically reduce their appearance and help the client feel more comfortable and confident in their skin. Scar camouflage infuses your scar with skin toned color to make it blend with the skin around it. It is a medical tattoo process that injects color just under the skin. When your scar is the right color, it will be barely noticeable
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