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The Best Skin Camouflage Tattoo & Skin Rejuvenation Results

Updated: Jan 29

Skin Camouflage tattoo: Stretch Marks / Scar / Skin Imperfections


What is Skin Camouflage & Skin Rejuvenation?

Skin camouflage, also known as skin color tattooing or camouflage tattooing, is a needle and pigment method that uses pigments to blend body imperfections into the surrounding natural skin. It enhances the look of stretch marks, scars and other skin imperfections afflicted by hypo-pigmentation or hyper-pigmentation.

Stretch Mark Camouflage?

Stretch marks are lines or streaks on the skin caused by rapid growth, weight gain, pregnancy, or certain medical conditions that lead to the stretching of the skin's middle layer (dermis). At the beginning of a stretch mark the color can be pink or purple-red cracks on the skin that gradually fade and turn into a silver-white stretch mark.

Scar Camouflage?

Scar camouflage can reduce the visibility of facial and body scars that come as a result of injury, surgery, or other factors.

The principle for skin camouflage technique, is to introduce a light dispersion of a custom blend of flesh tone pigments to camouflage the treated area with a needle across the surface of the skin. The treated area blends with the natural skin tone, making the problem area less noticeable.

A camouflage tattoo is generally considered non-invasive and safe, as it requires little to no downtime and a fairly easy aftercare routine

It is recommended for the imperfection or injury area to be healed 6 months to a year or longer before considering this type of treatment. Once healed the color correction can be applied to the area in order to achieve the most optimal inked tattoo camouflage result.

In some cases, it is recommended to have the “Ink-less Stretch Mark/Scar /Skin Rejuvenation (ISR)” procedure first to help the skin regain its original texture before introducing ink into the skin, to insure optimal results. (see description below for more information on ISR)


Ink-less Stretch Mark/Scar/Skin Rejuvenation (ISR)

Professional Ink-less Stretch Mark/Scar/Skin Rejuvenation is considered to be one of the safest skin treatment procedures and works much better than other treatment options - such as Chemical Peels, Dermabrasion, Dry needling and Laser.

With the ink-less method, we use a specialized cocktail of all natural FDA approved vitamins and serums the skin needs in conjunction with a needle and rotary device. It is a minimal, completely non-invasive, non-surgical service which leads to the production of new Collagen, Elastin and Melanocytes, which in turn thickens the skin and reduces the appearance of stretch marks, scars and skin imperfections. It also improves the skin texture, firmness and hydration. Bringing back the skins natural tone.

Collagen and Elastin are needed to give the skin a plump, smooth and bouncy texture. This reduces the appearance of stretch marks, scars and skin imperfections by 30-50 percent.

Some clients may need multiple sessions depending on the severity of their Stretch Marks or Scars.


See below for people who aren’t good candidates for Skin Camouflage and ISR

​Skin Camouflage and ISR generally do not cause problems for healthy people, but they will have an adverse effect on people with skin diseases and other physical conditions.

1. Pregnant women

2. Patients with immune diseases (rheumatism, diabetes, leukemia)

3. Skin diseases such as keloids and psoriasis

4. Liver disease

5. People who are allergic to chemicals

6. People who are allergic to metal substances

Before deciding on the above services, consider the following points:

Book a Consultation: Always schedule a consultation so we can can assess your skin, discuss your expectations, and determine if you are a suitable candidate for the procedure.

Consult with a medical professional: If you have known skin conditions, its best to get a medical opinion before considering any treatment.

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Location: 12340 Santa Monica blvd, suite 136 Los Angeles Ca, 90025

Contact number: 310-970-4569


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