Scar Camouflage | Collagen Induction Therapy
WHAT IS SCAR CAMOUFLAGE?
Camouflage is a method of blending the skin and the areola together. We work still with tattoo pigments and a gently blending technique.
WHEN DO WE TATTOO?
We must tattoo when a scar is fully healed, should your scar be raised, pink and uneven we can carry out a few sessions of collagen induction therapy (CIT) to aid in skin repair and collagen production. After a few sessions of CIT we can then succesfully tattoo the pigment to blend.
WHO IS THE TATTOOIST?
Kally is a trained AWARD WINNING Areola Tattooist, meaning she is trained specially in this area. Kally treats hundreds of clients each year and has a recognised unique style.
HOW CAN I BOOK?
Bookings are available to be booked online and we have the following options:
PAID CLINIC - This option is for clients who are wanting to pay personally for their treatment, treatment prices start at £200 per nipple per session. The balance after deposit will be taken on the day.
PRIVATE MEDICAL INSURANCE - Kally is a registered tattooist and recognised with BUPA, AXA, VITALITY and other private insurance companies. BUPA will provide you with a reference number which we will need to take to process the claim. Other insurance providers will ask you to either pay for the treatment and make a claim, or we process the claim our end. For more info email Carly at firstname.lastname@example.org
MODEL SLOTS - Kally is an international teacher and trains other tattoo artists in the skill of 3D Tattooing. Due to the popularity of Kally's technique we have many students booking onto training courses. Kally teaches in small groups or one to ones, and we are always on the look out for models who are happy to have treatment carried out during a lesson. All students are pre-trained and will have completed days of training and pre-study before they work on models. If you are happy to be a model please email Carly at and we will be able to book you in to a slot.
Please note we take a £50 deposit against all appointments, we have had to do this as unfortunately we have had a number of 'no-show' failed appointments which means everyone looses out.