Medical Tattooing

Scar Camouflage

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Scars occur for many reasons, but it doesn’t matter where they came from or how they appeared. For many, they are signs of great victory, the mark of survival. For many others, they remind them of a chapter they would prefer to close.

Scar camouflage is a unique paramedical tattooing technique that uses skin-coloured pigments to blend in the scarred area with your surrounding natural skin. By using a technique similar to permanent makeup, this method camouflages the appearance of scarring, stretch marks and more.

Tracy will require a consultation with you before your treatment to assess the area you want to camouflage. She will also assess your skin colour to ensure the most suitable pigment is chosen for you. Get in touch today to find out more and head to the gallery to see some incredible results.

The Benefits

Youthfull effect

Natural Looking

Low Maintenance

Save time

The Process


1 - 2 hours


Post balm


Minor redness 2 weeks


Treatment 1


1-2 years



Frequently Asked Questions

How long will permanent makeup last and how often will I need a top-up?
The permanent makeup pigment is designed to remain under the skin forever however, it is likely to fade over time that means you will require it topping up after a period of time. After your initial session and the healing process has complete, you will need to come back for a top-up after 6 to 8 weeks. This is to ensure you are happy with the colour and shape of your healed brows and fill in any areas which may have been missed. They will then last between 12 and 18 months when you will need to return for the colour to be freshened up.
Do I need a consultation and what happens at them?
100%. A consultation is where we can discuss your treatment in detail. You will sit down together and Tracy can find out what it is you are wanting to achieve with your results. Throughout your consultation she will also be able to advise you and go through any medical conditions you may have. A consultation is always recommended with a treatment such as permanent cosmetics.
Does permanent makeup hurt?
As with any treatment that involves breaking the skin there can be a feeling of slight discomfort. However, Tracy will numb the area prior to your treatment and this will help relieve any feeling of discomfort. She will be checking on you throughout your treatment to make sure you are as comfortable as possible.
Can I get permanent makeup if I have botox and/or lip fillers?
It is suggested that permanent makeup is carried out at least 3-5 weeks after having botox. During this 3-5 weeks, the skin has time to heal there will be less risk of moving botulinum toxin around the face. If you are considering both lip fillers and lip blush then it’s recommended that you get the fillers first. However, lip blush is designed to give you fuller lips without going through the trauma of dermal fillers.
Aftercare Instructions
  • Avoid retinol. It can cause flaking causing results to appear patchy and uneven. As the skin cells naturally shed, so does the pigment.
  • Do not touch, scratch or rub the treated area whilst healing.
  • Don’t pick any scabs as this will cause patchy results.
  • Avoid any physical activities that result in excessive sweating.
  • Avoid sun exposure and tanning as this will cause the pigment to fade quicker. Always make sure you are wearing an SPF when outdoors.
  • No facial treatments until completely healed.

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