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1600 Normandy Ct #106
Lincoln, NE 68512

402.476.7855

Scar Camouflage / Micropigmentation

WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO OFFER THIS SERVICE TO OUR SPA MENU.  ASHLEY,  HOLDS HER BODY ART - PERMANENT COLOR TECHNICIAN LICENSE &  IS  NEBRASKA BOARD APPROVED to bring scar camouflage to Lincoln.

Permanent Scar and Skin Camouflage:  (Uses Tattooing techniques to hide or blend the scars so they are less visible).

For Scars 1 year (+)

All scars must be evaluated prior to treatment to determine which course of treatment is recommended, and if you are a candidate for scar therapy. Patch tests for sensitivity and color may be required prior to procedures.

If you have a scar you would like made less visible, schedule a scar reduction consultation today.

Skin or scar camouflage is tattooing of the skin with flesh tone pigments that matches your own. Its purpose is to disguise a scar or skin area that is missing pigment or color. This process is also called Corrective Pigment Camouflage (CPC), Skin Camouflage, Corrective Camouflage, Camouflage Tattooing, Skin Re-pigmentation, Scar Camouflage, and Skin Color Tattooing.

  • Stretch marks

  • Cosmetic and reconstructive surgery scars on face and body

  • Other surgery, trauma or accident scars

  • Self-harm scars

  • Burns

  • Broken capillaries

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When looking to do this service you should:  HAVE REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS

Camouflage tattooing will not completely restore skin to the way it looked before it was injured. The process will not “erase” a scar or skin abnormality so it appears completely gone and the area looks “perfect” again. It improves color differences to help disguise the scar or anomaly and make it less noticeable to other people.

DO NOT SPEND TIME TANNING

DO NOT EXPECT RESULTS IN ONE SESSION

Camouflage repigmentation is a process, not a one-time “cure”. It is performed on “unhealthy” skin that has been damaged or altered. Its response cannot be predicted—a scar or Vitiligo patch may have areas that absorb pigment, reject it, or both. The area will look dark and red immediately after a tattooing session, and then it takes several weeks to show the healed color (or not). This requires time and patience.