We know that microblading done by experienced and highly qualified technicians should not leave a scar. What if you have already experienced scarring due to poor microblading?
There are a few options depending on the type of scar. Treatments such as scar camouflage, scar relaxation and scar re pigmentation can help.
Hypopigmentation refers to an area of the skin that is lighter than the overall skin of a person. This can be treated with scar camouflage. With Scar Camouflage, scars are camouflaged using permanent intradermal cosmetics or Permanent Cosmetics. This treatment can help to blend the scar with the surrounding area by making it appear as close as possible to the natural skin color, leaving it less noticeable. It must be understood that matches are rarely perfect.
Scar re-pigmentation can stimulate the melanocytes and restructure the collagen in the unpigmented area.
Melanocyte cells can reappear and what was formerly a non-pigmented “white” area can return to the patients “natural pigmentation” with a 100% match of skin tone. Ultimately this would create the “perfect camouflage”.
If you are considering Microblading on top of a pervious scar, it is important to know that microblading done over a scar is more likely to require additional touch ups as the tissue may reject the tattooed pigments as the skin can most likely be thickened with scar tissue.
If you have a scar from microblading, then there are treatments that can lessen the appearance of these scars.
We invite you to have a consultation with our medically trained practitioners that have had over 19 years of experience in permanent cosmetics and corrective cosmetics. Visit our location in Toronto at Lasting Looks Clinic or visit our website at www.lastinglooks.ca