Scar Camouflage Micro Pigmentation is a type of medical or paramedical tattooing that covers visible scars created by medical procedures. This process is also called Corrective Pigment Camouflage (CPC), Corrective Camouflage, Skin Repigmentation, Scar Camouflage, Skin Camouflage, Camouflage Tattooing, and Skin Color Tattooing.

Women who have undergone mastectomies have irregular or fading areolas, and other irregularities, can benefit from this procedure. 3-D nipple restoration helps women to recover physically and emotionally from the scars left behind by traumatic events like a mastectomy. Scar tissue is not as flexible or smooth and is often raised or sunken in and will most certainly react differently from healthy skin.

But not only women can benefit from this procedure since it can be applied to various body abnormalities like facial burns, scar discolorations, vitiligo, among others. While the success rate is very high, multiple treatments are needed to successfully complete the process.

It’s normal for patients to have many questions regarding the procedure and following care, so we’ve put together a FAQ for you to check out, but if you’re seriously considering getting any procedure done, be sure to ask your personal physician first.


What is areola tattooing?

A: This is the placement of pigment beneath the epidermis of the skin in the areola area, otherwise known as tattooing or micropigmentation.


Will the needle puncture my implant?

A: No, the needle only goes into the dermis which sits well above the implant.


Will I be able to go back to normal after this procedure?

A: You’ll be able to resume your normal activities without any down time, but you should not exercise for the first 24-hours nor soak in any bathtubs, swimming pools or jacuzzies for a least 7 days after.

Check out our other blog entries for more information about micropigmentation, brow shading, Botox injections and other PMU procedures.



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