Brazilian Stretch Mark and Scar Rejuvenation

Best Treatment for Stretch Marks and Scars

Introducing the revolutionary Stretchmark & Scar Concealment, also known as Brazilian Camouflage! This incredible process originates from a refined Brazilian technique, specifically designed to permanently decrease various skin imperfections such as stretch marks, scars, and other blemishes.

Brazilian Camouflage

Brazilian Scar Camouflage is a specialized form of paramedical tattooing aimed at disguising scars caused by stretch marks, burns, surgeries, injuries, hyperpigmentation, and other skin imperfections. The procedure involves tattooing over the affected areas using a personalized blend of pigments that closely match the patient’s natural skin tone to camouflage unwanted scars and stretch marks. The ink blends into the stretch marks or scars, giving them the color of the skin. Once the tattoos have healed, the client’s skin appears smoother, and after sixty days they can sunbathe without the risk of spots developing. This treatment requires touch-ups roughly every 4 years.

It is important to note that Scar Camouflage does not alter the texture or color of the skin. The procedure focuses on improving the tone of the skin, providing an aesthetic solution for contrast concerns.

Brazilian Camouflage Cost

The cost of the Scar Camouflage procedure can vary depending on the location and severity of the stretch marks or scar. Prices typically range from $350 to $2,000 or more per area. To provide an accurate quote, we require an initial consultation, which can be done in-person or virtually.

Common Questions and Answers Brazilian Camouflage

Stretch Marks and scars must be older than 2 years and have to be lighter than your skin color.

The difference is where the treatment takes place. During a camouflage tattoo procedure uniquely matched, insoluble pigment is deposited into the dermis where the colour remains stable. The micropigmentation process takes place in the epidermis where the pigments over time will fade due to the body’s natural cellular renewal process.

Laser treatment work on stretch marks by damaging the skin’s outer layer and forcing it to heal itself, although they might improve the texture, they do not address the color contrast. Brazilian Stretch Mark Camouflage addresses the color contrast of your skin, allowing for the stretch marks to be less visible and noticeable.

Your skin may be visibly red and swollen. This is perfectly normal. It is very important to follow the post-procedure care of camouflaging that New Image Beauty Bar provides so that proper healing occurs. Camouflage is a tattoo, so during the recovery process, it requires special care to encourage healing.

The final result may occur between 60-90 days, we will assess the need for another session after 60 days. In some cases, it can take longer to heal, don’t panic. The longest we’ve seen is 120 days. If you are a vegan or have an autoimmune disorder, the healing process may take longer. There are many variables, like age, skin texture, stretch marks depth and type, general health, overtones, sun exposure, etc. and so it’s impossible to give an exact number of days it will take you to heal.

The procedure is performed in a single session, however, in some cases, after 60 days, a refinement session is required.

Pain is individual to the person. Personal pain tolerances, skin sensitivity and the treatment area.

Before the stretch mark camouflage procedure, tanning usually makes stretch marks more noticeable, especially if you have white stretch marks. It’s recommended to only do treatments on areas of the body that have not been recently tanning in the sun or using a tanning bed. Their natural skin tone is required for best results. Once the tan fades an appointment can be booked for treatment. If these guidelines are not strictly adhered to, you could run the risk of applying the wrong pigments. You will need to wait approximately 40 days until natural skin tone has returned.

Sunbathing is permitted as long as the aftercare protocol is adhered to. Direct sun exposure should be avoided for 60 days post procedure.

No, the pigments will retain their tone even when the surrounding areas is tanned. It’s always recommended to tan with the appropriate sunscreen.

No, the procedure should only be performed on stabilized skin that is beyond the final stages of wound healing to produce scar tissue. In most cases, the affected areas will appear lighter in tone to the surrounding skin.

The procedure only applies to the existing camouflaged area. Any new changes in the skin such as weight lost is not the responsibility of the professional, but can be retouched if changes occur.

Almost all skin types and colours can be worked on as long as healing around proposed area has occurred.

The procedure can take one to six hours per session, over one to three sessions.

Inkless Rejuvenation

Inkless Rejuvenation is designed to conceal and diminish the appearance of red, transparent, and dark stretch marks. The procedure involves penetrating the affected areas with a mixture of specialized serums, including organic oils and vitamins. These serums work to enhance cellular turnover, reconstruct and rejuvenate the fibroblast cells, collagen, and elastin in the skin. Inkless Rejuvenation does not involve the use of traditional tattoo ink.

Inkless Rejuvenation Cost

The cost of the Inkless Rejuvenation procedure can vary depending on the location and severity of the stretch marks or scars. Prices typically range from $350 to $2,000 or more per area. To provide an accurate quote, we require an initial consultation.

Common Questions and Answers Inkless Camouflage

This treatment is suitable for all skin types. All scars and stretch marks are required to be at least one to two years old, completely healed and lighter than your complexion. Avoid this treatment if the skin is tanned. 

Understanding that this a penetrative skin procedure, you may experience a small amount of discomfort.  

  • Pregnant or Nursing
  • Diabetic
  • Use of Accutane and/or retinol (in the past 6 months).
  • Undergoing chemotherapy (Consult with your doctor)
  • Feeling sick! 

Redness and swelling immediately after the procedure for 1-3 days. Following the first 3 days, you will need to follow instructions on how to minimize inflammation. Over the following weeks, the inflammation will dissolve and you will see a variety of shades from dark to light at the site until the skin is completely healed. 

  • Stay hydrated (consume approximately 2 liters of water a day for 7 days pre procedure
  • Aspirin or ibuprofen 24-48 hours prior to your appointment.
  • Alcohol, caffeine, blood thinner 24 hours before your appointment.
  • Fish oil or Vitamin E one week prior to your appointment (they are natural blood thinners). 
  • Avoid wearing tight clothing for the next 2 – 3 days.
  • Avoid scratching or peeling to prevent infection or discolouration.
  • Avoid excessive sweating for 7 days. Moderate exercise is fine after 2 days of the treatment.
  • Avoid exposing the area to the full water pressure of the shower for 7 days.
  • Avoid tanning and swimming (beach, pool, jacuzzi, bath, etc.) for 40 days. Stick to a quick rinse in the shower.
  • Avoid sunscreen, self-tanning or any cream that contains Vitamin D for 40 days.
  • Avoid perfume and deodorant near or in the treated area

The length depends on the size of the area to be treated. On average, a small area takes around 1 hour and a big area up to 3 hours.

30-90 days after your initial treatment, however, the more touch-ups you get the less visible your scar will be.

No, we recommend that you undergo the treatment when your skin is in its natural color (not tanned).