ParaMedical Tattooing (Micropigmentation) is used to help restore and softly define features taken away due to scars, vitiligo, alopecia, hair loss, thinning hair, loss of nails and breast reconstruction. These procedures can help restore features taken away by misfortune and assist in restoring self-confidence.
Hypopigmentation, flat scars on the body that heal white or pale silver can be successfully camouflaged with permanent makeup. The procedure can disguise scars and uneven color from cosmetic surgeries, facelifts, injuries, burns and more.
Skin Pigmentation Camouflage
Vitiligo is a condition that causes a loss of pigmentation from areas of skin, resulting in irregular white patches. Skin Pigmentation Camouflage successfully masks the afflicted areas of the skin by matching the person’s natural skin tone with stunning results.
Areola Micropigmentation can be the final part of an emotional and brave journey for women who have undergone breast surgery or mastectomy. The procedure can also correct uneven or discolored areolas. This paramedical procedure can restore the natural beauty of your breasts and give you a more confident outlook about yourself and your own femininity.
Other Paramedical Tattoos
Through proven skill and expertise that is completely safe, tattooing is also used to diminish things such as the loss of nails and treatment of hair follicles for alopecia.