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Scars & Stretch Marks


We all have small imperfections we don't like about ourselves. Some of those flaws we have accepted. Others we search for ways we can get rid of or hide them. Medical tattooing techniques are used to help hide or improve the appearance of scars and/or imperfections caused by surgery, skin conditions, trauma, and/or birth. 

For example, color can be added to hide scars from burns, self-harm scars, and surgeries such as facelifts, hair transplants, tummy tucks, liposuction, breast augmentation, mastectomy, cleft lip, and more. Some scars are covered up with flesh tone pigment, similar to a concealer or foundation, but better because it won't smear or wear off. 

Scars resulting from surgeries, burns, traumatic accidents, or other injuries, as well as other skin imperfections like birthmarks and abnormal pigmentation, can be hidden or at least made less obvious through the skilled application of medical tattooing. In addition, with this procedure, both men and women can benefit from the boost in confidence they will get from having the scarred or affected skin areas on their bodies permanently made up to look like normal and healthy skin.

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Everything has beauty in it, but not everyone needs to see it

Scar Camouflage is Changing Lives

and Restoring Confidence

Some of the most popular  SCARS we deal with on a daily basis. 








Inkless Method, also known as Scar/Stretch Mark Therapy, takes a more natural approach that utilizes a technique called Dry-Needling/Micro-needling (where no pigment is inserted). This technique is suitable for almost all scars and stretch marks no matter of color-  red, purple, and white; It’s also is great for the ones that tend to be a little deeper. 

We use a mix of serums, natural oils, and vitamins to improve cellular turnover and rejuvenation of Fibroblast cells, Collagen, and Elastin. This will break up scar tissue and improve tone—transforming the scar and giving it a more natural appearance.

As a result, clients can notice a 20% reduction of stretch marks after one session. Multiple sessions are required to see greater results.


Also known as Scar & Stretch Mark Camouflage Micro-pigmentation &


can help camouflage scars from surgery, injuries, burns, birthmarks, and other skin imperfections. It is a form

of medical tattooing in which we camouflage the scar with different color flesh tone pigments. Since normal skin is a mix of skin tones, not uniform in color.  we use a special color blending technique that attempts to capture the skin’s natural color patterns to achieve a tone similar to that of the client’s natural skin color. The ink is then tattooed into the scar/stretch mark. This method does not remove the scar but instead camouflages and blends the area to be more consistent in color with the surrounding skin. This results in an overall reduction of the scar’s appearance.  



This combination combines Micro-Pigmentation (Ink) Camouflage with the Inkless Metod.

We first start with the inkless micro-needling method to help prepare the area being treated. All the benefits listed above of getting the treated area healthy again, but it also allows the skin to accept pigment better.



For those stretch Marks and Scars that are darker in color, we will treat the area with a series of lightening treatments using the  Inkless Therapy Method before Camouflaging to help lighten the area

Our unique camouflage technique focuses on restoring color and symmetry to the area we are working on. Everyone deserves to feel beautiful in their own skin.

Enhance your physical appearance!

Improve your self-esteem!

Restore your confidence!


​We offer 3 treatments for Scars, Stretch Marks, and skin conditions
Ink Camouflage (Micropigmentation)
Combination of Inkless & Ink Camouflage



"Everything has beauty in it, but not everyone needs to see it"

Every Scar Has a Story to be Told

Unfortunately, Scars are a natural part of the body's healing process caused by some trauma to our body. Scars form after a wound is completely healed, leaving the new scar tissue a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue.  Most scars are flat and pale; however, scars can be raised when the body produces too much collagen.
Scars form when the dermis (deep, thick layer of skin) is damaged. The body forms new collagen fibers (a naturally occurring protein) to mend the damage, resulting in a scar. Scar revision or scar treatment is a form of paramedical tattoo that can reduce the appearance of scars by adding pigments (colors) to the skin.

Since stretch marks are technically scar, we use the same camouflaging treatments as we do for stretch marks and other skin conditions; Inkless, Ink Camouflage, and a combination of them both. 



Common Treatment Areas:

  • Surgical scars

    • Breast Augmentation and or Breast Reduction

    • Mastectomy/Lumpectomy

    • C-section and Tummy Tuck

  • Cosmetic scars

    • Facelifts

    • Liposuction

  • Trauma scars

    • Accidents and Burn Scars skin conditions

  • Skin Conditions

    • Vitiligo and Alopecia

*Most scars need to be completely healed and at least 6 months to 1 year old to be eligible for scar revision camouflage (micropigmentation). However, to start the Inkless method, we can start right away by infusing vitamins and nutrients to help your skin not only heal quickly but also leave fewer traces of a scar that would remain if you left it alone

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Consultation is free and required to discuss the area(s) desired for camouflaging and pricing. The procedure is done either through the inkless dry tattoo method or by depositing pigment into the skin that matches the surrounding skin tone, Or a combination of both treatments. We have a full price list page. However, this procedure varies in price with an average of $500- $3,000 depending on the area we are camouflaging and the recommended treatment plan. 

Consultations can be done by text, email, phone call, video chat, or in-person consultation.

Please don't hesitate to set up a consultation to see your options. Payment plans are available.