Skin & Scalp Clinic
It’s important that medical tattooing is carried out when the skin is not tanned as the success of the treatment is dependent on the correct ‘prescriptive’ skin-tone pigments being blended to achieve a look that ‘merges’ into the natural skin colour.
If tanned skin is ‘colour-matched’ and the tan fades, the infused pigments will not fade, leaving a noticeable demarcation between the healthy skin and the treated scar.
The reverse is also a consideration and clients must accept that sun exposure must be minimal once the scar has been camouflaged.
How does the process work?
The first step is to book a consultation where we can discuss the desired outcome. I can then inform you of the likely price and number of treatments required before proceeding to book you in for the treatment at a date that is convenient to you. Prices starting from £150 per session, click here to view full price list.
This treatment usually requires 2-3 sessions to achieve the desired result and these procedures are generally completed within min 4 weeks of each other.
You may also be interested in MCA Scar Relaxation.
In the early weeks of fetal development the right and left sides of the lip and the roof of the mouth normally grow together. Occasionally, however, in about one of every 800 babies, those sections don’t quite meet. A child born with a separation in the upper lip is said to have a cleft lip.
Achieving a pleasing lip shape with lip-liner and lipstick in this challenging circumstance will be time consuming and something that you have to do repeatedly throughout the day. Cleft Lip Restoration gives a lasting solution to the problem and enhances the appearance of the cleft lip.
What is cleft lip restoration?
By infusing into your lips a 'prescriptive' shade that's ideal for you, your specialist will achieve a symmetrical lip-line and cupids bow, improve the shape of your mouth and give definition to your lips.
The scar that runs from your nose to lip can also be treated with Multitrepannic Collagen Actuaction – technique which aims to soften taught scars and increase mobility in localised tissues.
Light coloured scars can be camouflaged long-term using medical tattooing – during which 'prescriptive' skin coloured pigments are infused into the scar to minimise its appearance.
Our leading-edge techniques are suitable for all skin-tones and nationalities.
For best results scars should be: