Cosmetic Tattooing Sydney

Vitiligo - Scars - Strech Marks Camouflage
Susie Finato
The ink is perfectly blended with your natural skin tone…

Vitiligo Camouflage

 Note: Vitiligo often requires 2-3/4 sessions, with a 4-6 week interval between each session. One session will be no longer than 2 hours.

Vitiligo cosmetic tattooing, also known as ParaMedical tattooing, can be an effective treatment option for individuals with Vitiligo. The goal of this procedure is to match the color of the affected skin with the surrounding natural skin color. Here are some key points to consider:

Multiple sessions: Treating Vitiligo with cosmetic tattooing typically requires multiple sessions to achieve the desired results. While some individuals may need only one to two sessions, it is common to undergo 2-3/4 sessions for optimal outcomes.

Gradual color building: During each session, the tattoo artist will add thin layers of pigment to your skin, gradually changing the color and blending it with your natural skin tone. This approach allows for a more seamless and natural-looking result.

Periodic touch-ups: After each session, it is common to schedule touch-up sessions every 4-6 weeks. These sessions help to further refine the color and ensure the best possible outcome.

Customized treatment: Each client’s situation is unique, and the number of sessions required may vary depending on factors such as the size and location of the affected skin, skin condition, and color matching requirements.

Individualized adjustments: Throughout the treatment process, the color is reviewed, and adjustments are made as needed to ensure a satisfactory outcome.


Lips Vitiligo – Natural Looking Camouflage 

Lip’s Vitiligo is indeed a genetic skin condition that can result in the loss of melanin-producing cells, leading to white patches on the lips. It can cause uneven pigmentation and affect the overall appearance of the lips. One of the best approach to address Lip Vitiligo is through cosmetic tattooing.

The process involves carefully tattooing the pigments into the skin to blend the white patches with the surrounding natural lip color.

The goal of tattooing for Lip Vitiligo is to create a more uniform and balanced appearance of the lips. The pigments used match the individual’s skin tone to achieve a natural-looking result. However, the longevity of the pigments can vary from person to person, and touch-up sessions may be required to maintain the desired outcome over time.

Scars Camouflage Tattoo - Scars Needling -Plasma Pen Scars Treatment

Scar camouflage tattooing can help reduce the appearance of scars, but it’s important to have realistic expectations and understand that scars cannot be completely eliminated!

Multiple sessions: Scar camouflage tattooing typically requires multiple sessions to achieve optimal results. The number of sessions needed can vary depending on factors such as the type, shape, color, and depth of the scar. Results are cumulative, and it may take 6-8 weeks for the full outcome to develop.

Scar maturity: It is important that your scars are at least 12 months old and have stable color, meaning they are no longer pink or changing in color.

Suitability of the scar: Scar camouflage tattooing may not be suitable for scars with dark edges or scars that indicate a tendency to hyperpigmentation, as there may be an increased risk involved. Additionally, the procedure is generally more effective for smooth and flat scars, and it may not be suitable for bumpy or raised scars.

Realistic expectations: It’s important to have realistic expectations regarding the outcome of scar camouflage tattooing. While the procedure can help improve the appearance of scars, it will not restore your skin to its pre-injured state. The initial pigmented area may appear dark and red immediately after the procedure, and it will take several weeks for the healed color to become apparent.

Vitiligo -Scars- Stretch M. Camouflage Aftercare

Proper aftercare is crucial for the healing and overall appearance of a tattoo. Here are some important points to keep in mind:

Keep it clean: Treat your fresh tattoo as an open wound and keep it clean to prevent infection. Gently wash the tattooed area with mild, fragrance-free soap and lukewarm water. Avoid using abrasive materials or excessive scrubbing.

Apply a thin layer of ointment: Use a recommended ointment or tattoo aftercare product to keep the skin moist. Apply a very thin layer to prevent suffocating the tattoo and impeding the healing process.

Avoid picking or scratching: As the tattoo heals, it will start to flake and scab. It’s important not to pick at any flaking skin or scabs, as this can result in pulling out color and compromising the final appearance of the tattoo.

Avoid excessive moisture: While it’s important to keep the tattooed area clean and moisturized, it’s also essential to avoid excessive moisture. Avoid soaking the tattoo in water, including swimming pools, hot tubs, or baths, for at least 7 days. Excessive moisture can disrupt the healing process and increase the risk of infection.

Protect from the sun: Direct sun exposure should be avoided for at least 4 weeks to prevent fading and damage to the tattoo. If you need to be in the sun, cover the tattooed area with clothing or use a sunblock with a high SPF to protect it from harmful UV rays.

Everything You Need to Know About Stretch Mark Tattoos

Stretch Mark Brazilian Camouflage

Repigmentation or as commercially known as “Brazilian Stretch mark Camouflage”  is a system very much similar to tattooing, which through the use of special ink mixing formulas and careful application, will re-pigment your stretch marks, scars, vitiligo and hyper-pigmentation exactly the same colour of the surrounding skin. Blending the affected area permanently and seamlessly to the rest of your body’s skin colou

What Are Stretch Marks?

Stretch marks, also known as striae , a type of scarring on the skin caused by a tearing of the dermis associated with rapid growth related to pregnancy or significant weight changes, and this tearing results in lesions with an off-color hue that clearly stands out against the rest of the skin.

Stretch marks are very common among women, and there’s certainly nothing wrong with having them, but many women feel insecure about their stretch marks and wish they could make them disappear, or at least appear less visible.

Stretch Mark Camouflage

A few years back, a Brazilian tattoo artist from São Paulo – Rodolpho Torres – developed the ‘Brazilian Stretch Mark” special technique. While the stretch marks won’t disappear, they will be markedly less obvious.

This is a revolutionary scar & stretch mark treatment whereby a unique formulation of tattoo ink is matched to your skin pigmentation. Through a specialised tattooing technique, the ink is perfectly blended with your natural skin tone, thereby reducing the appearance of scars or stretch marks anywhere on the body. While the scar or stretch mark will not necessarily disappear, the flesh tone pigmentation will adequately disguise the area.

This is an effective form of permanent cosmetics & paramedical tattooing and the process is known by a number of terminology including; Brazilian Scar Tattooing,  Corrective Pigment Camouflage (CPC),  Corrective Camouflage,  Skin Re-Pigmentation, Scar Camouflage,  Skin Camouflage,  Camouflage Tattooing, and Skin Colour Camouflage Tattooing.

Dark Circles Under the Eye

Brazilian Camouflage for Dark Circle 
Dark Circle “Camouflage” underneath the eyes is a relativly new technology.

Great number of people suffer from this problem and there is currently no medical or cosmetic application that can solve this problem. “Permanent Concealer” is a permanent make up method, which places ink just under the first layer of skin and is not visible to the eye, however this corrective pigment which cannot be seen in the background shows through the vessels and thus the darkness under the eyes is not then apparent.

In addition, the procedure also smoothes out fine wrinkles and smoothes the overall appearance of the surface of the skin. The result usually lasts around 3 years.