Frequently asked questions

What is Stretch Marks?

It is the tear that occurs in the skin by breaking down collagen fibers.

Why is it happening?

In skins with genetic tendency, dryness, lack of hydration and moisturization.

Can you do laser treatment do after the procedure?

After the camouflage it is not possible to do laser, so it is indicated that the client performs the laser before the procedure. It is important to note that it is not possible to remove laser hairs in the region where the tattoo camouflage was made, because the laser removes the pigment, causing the pigment to fade in the place.

Is the stretch area coloured?

The stretch marks are transparent in color but look white on colored skins.

Is there a solution?

The stretch shake has no cure in general because you can’t recover the skin after it breaks it’s practically a scar. The only solution for stretch marks is stretch marks camouflage.

What is Stretch Mark Camouflage?

Stretch marks camouflage is a totally innovative technique that promises the solution to stretch marks. It is a custom color for each type of skin tonality that covers the stretch marks permanently.

Who qualifies?

Anyone with small or medium striations that look white and notice the contrast with their skin colour qualifies for the procedure. Stretch marks with a lot of depth and people suffering from hyperpigmentation or skin conditions does not qualify. A consultation is needed to evaluate your stretch marks. This query can be online or face-to-face.

How many sessions are necessary?

Stretch marks can be done with just one session, although in some cases it may need a touch-up. The procedure can last ch Mark Camouflage?tes onwards, depending on the size of the area you want to work on.

After procedure care?

After the procedure, healing care such as any tattooing or micropigmentation procedure should be met. They should avoid contact with water and sweat, especially the first few days, keep the area moisturized with a special, organic healing and apply 2 to 3 times a day. The results may be seen after the healing process that can take approximately 4 to 5 weeks, although some skin may take longer. It does not require rest time, the person can return to their activities immediately, even depends on the type of skin they can get to see their results immediately.

Does it hurt?

It depends on the sensitivity of each particular person’s skin. A percentage of 70 claims not to feel pain.

Stretch Marks vs Tattoo and Micropigmentation:

Stretch marks camouflage is a procedure that has a different technique than a tattoo or micropigmentation. The tattoo would mark the skin and not look natural. Micropigmentation has plant pigments that are lost or changed in color. Stretch marks camouflage in turn is a safe procedure that defies the concentration of ingredients to achieve a natural and safe result.

Does the sun affect Stretch Mark Camouflage?

Going back to the theory, the stretch is like a scar, it does not contain blood flow, therefore it is not affected to ultraviolet rays. A person with sunbathing stretch marks tans the skin but does not tan the stretch marks, so the color does not change and stays the same, although in some cases if you tan a lot the skin you can notice again the stretch marks. It is important to respect a prudent time after treatment for sunbathing and thus not cause damage to healing.

What is scar camouflage?

Scar camouflage involves placing a custom color to improve imperfections and disguise their appearance.

Are there any risks?

While being safe and cautious, we can not rule out the possibility of some risks. The technique of camouflage can cause small traumas in a place with the skin does not bond which can lead in more time regarding the cicatrisation, infections may occur. In addition, allergic reactions to the colour component used in the procedure may also occur. The choice of a good professional is fundamental, because an improper procedure can cause you to have to resort to laser removal methods, which are painful and expensive. It is therefore essential that you talk to a specialist before undertaking any application.