Medical camouflage is a procedure in which we introduce pigments that contain vitamins and minerals. With this treatment we manage to cover different types of imperfections caused in the skin such as stretch marks, spots and scars. Makeover Aesthetics has now developed a new technique to improve the appearance of asymmetrical areolas by implementing medical camouflage for areola reconstruction. Results may be seen after 40 days of treatment.

Who qualifies?

Anyone with small or medium stretch marks or spot that look white and notice the contrast with their skin color qualifies for the procedure.

A consultation is necessary to evaluate your skin. This consultation can be online or in person.

How many sessions do you need?

Medical camouflage can be done with just one session, although in some cases it may need a touch up. The procedure can last from 45 minutes onwards, depending on the size of the area you want to work.

Care after the procedure:

After the procedure, a scarring care must be carried out like any tattoo or micropigmentation procedure.
You should avoid contact with water and sweat, especially the first few days, keep the area moisturized with a special and organic scar healing cream and apply it 2 to 3 times a day.
The results can be seen after the healing process is over which can take approximately 4 to 5 weeks, although some skins may take longer.

This procedure does not require rest time, the person can return to their activities immediately; and depending on the type of skin you may see results immediately

Does It hurt?

It depends on the sensitivity of the skin that each person has in particular. A percentage of 70% of patients claim not to feel pain.

Medical Camouflage vs tattoos and micropigmentation

Medical Camouflage is a procedure that has a different technique than of a tattoo or micropigmentation procedure.
The tattoo would mark the skin and it would not look natural.
Micropigmentation has vegetable pigments that are lost or change color.

Medical Camouflage on the other hand is a safe procedure that differentiates the concentration of the ingredients to achieve a natural and safe result.

Does the sun affect the camouflage of skin?

Returning to the theory, a scar, they do not contain blood flow, so it is not affected by ultraviolet rays. A person when sunbathing will tan the skin but will not darken, therefore the



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