There are medical conditions that may be improved with non-invasive cosmedical tattooing treatment.
Areola tattooing provides many solutions. Areola creation by cosmetic tattooing is a common procedure for women who have had breast implants following a mastectomy. An areola and nipple are able to be tattooed using shadow techniques to create a 3D illusion.
Irregular and fading areola may be enhanced and/or augmented to add the illusion of fullness to the breasts.
Camouflage of scars resulting from surgical procedures, burns, acne, or other pigmentation irregularities, is achieved by a combination of tattooing and skin needling. The mico-pigmentation introduces new colour to the scarred area to match the surrounding skin while needling promotes growth of collagen, melanin and keratin within the skin layer.
The ability of a client's skin to hold pigment varies with many factors. Because of this, reviewing a cosmetic tattoo is an essential part of the tattooing process. Generally a retouch will be required during this review.
A cosmetic tattoo will slowly fade over time at a rate dependent on your skin qualities and lifestyle. Regular retouching will be required to ensure your tattoo is always looking its best. As a guide, a para-medical tattoo will normally require a retouch every 2-3 years.