Similar to other forms of tattoo methods, a medical tattoo process incorporates pigment driven into the skin by a rapidly oscillating tattoo needle(s) when camouflaging the area. The body takes in the pigment permanently, resulting in a lasting waterproof effect. The process is  advantageous for those who are wanting to avoid further scarring, a simple process and customization with color and size. The maintenance for most medical tattoo services at is every 2 -5 years as the pigment may fade overtime. This is dependent on individual factors. A consultation is complimentary and required for our paramedical services. We take pride in our referrals given to us by Doctors, nurses and medical associates in regions of Alberta and throughout Canada. We genuinely want to serve you through our artistic abilities and help you to have renewed confidence.



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The appearance of patients suffering from the condition Alopecia Areata/ Universalis, trichotillomania or clinical pattern baldness can be significantly improved with permanent paramedical re - pigmentation using the cosmetic tattooing process. All having an emotional and physical effect and we are here to make a difference for you.

Women, men and also children benefit from Medical cosmetic tattoo services. . The improvement to the appearance of your beautiful features can be reviving emotionally and physically.


Skin re-pigmentation & restoration treats areas where color loss is present due to Vitiligo or Hyper/hypo pigmentation. It is recommended only for areas that are small and highly prominent such as the face or chest that cause extreme self-consciousness and all other methods for covering or re-coloring have been explored. This condition tends to be more prominent on darker skin individuals but any customized colors can be designed to match the surrounding in-tact skin tone when implanted in the white areas to re-color and blend.

This is often a multi-procedure process consisting of an average of 2-4 treatments 6 weeks apart and will have to be re-colored every 1-3 years. Melanin loss in the skin or camouflaging scars is can take less sessions. However, there are some limitations. If it is Vitiligo it is not advisable to re-color large areas of the skin, or if a condition is unstable, still changing or not in remission.


Cosmetic medical tattooing for this area turns out to be such a beautiful enhancement visually and in turn the returning benefits are confidence both mentally and physically. Surgical scars, lip shape and color can all be redefined or camouflaged. Colors can be that of natural tones, flesh tones for scars, or hair follicle mimicking for above the upper lip in men. Both men, women and children can begin to feel uplifted with this treatment.

A complimentary consultation will determine your goal as we listen and go through the options. Topical or injection form anesthetics are both optional to maintain comfort. The appointment timeframe can range from 1 hour to 2 hours dependent on the individual requirement and can last up to 3 years before a a refresh is required. No more reapplying lip liner or lip stick over and over again to maintain your your lip shape and cover the scars.


Surgeries, burns & other bodily injuries can be camouflaged by micropigmentation and a certified technician specializing in this specific technique. The ability to break up the scar tissue and color it to blend in to match your natural skin tone is a visual and internal relief for those who have obvious skin imperfections. Treatment for surgical scars, injury scars, hair transplant scars are some of the few that can be treated in this manner. The visually discreet allusion for areas that were once obvious is our goal.


A highly specialized and artistic procedure designed to improve the appearance of stretch marks by blending them seamlessly with the surrounding skin tone. This technique performed by our trained and experienced professionals, who have a deep understanding of skin anatomy, color theory and years of experience. 

The process involves using pigments specifically formulated for the purpose of scar camouflage. These pigments are carefully selected to match the patient's natural skin tone and undertones, ensuring a harmonious and natural-looking result. The goal is not to completely erase the stretch marks but to make them significantly less noticeable.


This technique is a minimally invasive procedure that uses tiny needles to create micro-injuries in the skin, stimulating collagen production and improving texture. It can help reduce the appearance of stretch marks by promoting skin renewal, increasing product absorption, and fading their color. Overall, it offers a versatile and effective solution for addressing stretch marks and enhancing skin appearance over time.

This is a multi session treatment to attain best results.


Pre-Care for Scar and Stretch Mark Camouflage:


  • Share any medical conditions, allergies, or medications you are currently taking.

Medical Clearance:

  • Obtain medical clearance from your physician if you have underlying health issues or are pregnant, as this may affect the procedure.

Avoid Sun Exposure:

  • Refrain from excessive sun exposure or tanning for at least two weeks before the procedure. Sunburned or tanned skin can lead to complications.

Discontinue Blood Thinners:

  • If you're on blood-thinning medications or supplements, consult your doctor about discontinuing them temporarily to reduce the risk of bleeding during the procedure.

No Alcohol or Caffeine:

  • Avoid alcohol and caffeine consumption at least 24 hours prior to the procedure, as they can increase sensitivity and affect healing.


  • Keep your skin well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water in the days leading up to the appointment.

Post-Care for Scar and Stretch Mark Camouflage in Cosmetic Tattooing:

Keep it Clean:

  • Gently cleanse the tattooed area with a mild, unscented, and non-alcoholic cleanser. Use a soft, clean cloth to pat it dry.
  • If a second skin bandage was applied please keep on for up to one week to a minimum of 3 days.

Avoid Moisture:

  • Refrain from exposing the treated area to excessive moisture, such as swimming, saunas, and hot tubs, for at least two weeks.

No Makeup or Skincare Products:

  • Avoid applying makeup, lotions, or skincare products directly to the tattooed area during the initial healing period.

Don't Pick or Scratch:

  • Resist the urge to pick, scratch, or peel any scabs that may form during the healing process. Let them naturally fall off.

Sun Protection:

  • Shield the treated area from direct sunlight for at least four weeks, even after it appears healed, to prevent color fading.

Avoid Exercising:

  • Refrain from strenuous exercise and activities that cause excessive sweating for about a week after the procedure.

Follow Artist's Instructions:

  • Adhere to any specific aftercare instructions provided by your cosmetic tattoo artist.

Touch-Up Appointment:

  • Attend any scheduled touch-up appointments to ensure the tattoo's longevity and optimal results.
  • Please keep any remaining aftercare products for your touch up's

What to expect following treatment:

  • Understand that the final result may take several weeks to fully develop. Be patient and avoid judging the outcome prematurely.
  • The color may seem intense and brighter for first week, this will calm and color will lighten up to 50% in the first two weeks.
  • The area may be slightly swollen, and red in the surrounding area and possibly with in the scar. This is normal and will subside in first week. 

Please contact us if you have any questions


Q: What is scar and stretch mark camouflage?

A: Scar and stretch mark camouflage is a specialized technique that uses a form of tattooing ( micropigmentation )  to conceal the appearance of scars and stretch marks on the skin. It involves depositing pigments into the dermal layer of the skin to match the surrounding skin tone and create a more even and natural-looking appearance.

Q: Who is a suitable candidate for scar and stretch mark camouflage?

A: Suitable candidates for scar and stretch mark camouflage are individuals with scars or stretch marks they wish to conceal. Ideal candidates are in good overall health, have realistic expectations, and do not have any active skin infections or medical conditions that could interfere with the procedure.

Q: How long does the procedure typically take?

A: The duration of the procedure varies depending on the size and complexity of the area being treated. On average, it can take anywhere from one to three hours. Multiple sessions may be required for optimal results, with several weeks between each session.

Q: Is the procedure painful?

A: Pain perception varies from person to person. Most individuals describe the sensation as discomfort rather than pain. A topical anesthetic is applied to numb the area, making the procedure more tolerable. Some clients may opt for additional pain management techniques, such as local anesthesia, if needed.

Q: What is the expected downtime and recovery period?

A: After the procedure, there is typically some redness, swelling, and mild discomfort, which can last for a few days to a week. Scabs or crusts may form over the treated area and should be allowed to heal naturally. It's important to avoid sun exposure and certain activities during the initial healing period, which may last several weeks.

Q: How long do the results of scar and stretch mark camouflage last?

A: The longevity of the results can vary depending on factors like skin type, lifestyle, and exposure to the sun. Typically, results can last anywhere from 1 to 5 years or more. Periodic touch-up sessions may be needed to maintain the desired appearance.

Q: Are there any risks or potential complications associated with scar and stretch mark camouflage?

A: While the procedure is generally safe when performed by a qualified professional, there are some risks, including infection, allergic reactions, scarring, or pigment changes. Adhering to proper aftercare instructions and choosing a skilled technician can minimize these risks.


Q: What should I expect during the initial consultation?

A: During the consultation, the technician will assess your scars or stretch marks, discuss your goals, and explain the procedure in detail. They may also conduct a patch test to check for any allergic reactions. This is an opportunity to ask questions and ensure you have a clear understanding of the process.

Q: Can scar and stretch mark camouflage be combined with other cosmetic procedures?

A: Yes, scar and stretch mark camouflage can often be combined with other cosmetic procedures like laser therapy or dermal fillers for more comprehensive results. However, it's essential to discuss your options with our technician(s) and other healthcare professionals involved to create a suitable treatment plan. we will advise you if we feel that this is a better option for optimal results. 

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