Scar Camouflage

Scar Camouflage Makeup London
Scar Camouflage and scar reduction techniques have improved dramatically within the last decade.  We now have a range of options available to us that are far less invasive and with more pleasing results.

Scarring is a natural part of the healing process after the skin is injured and it’s appearance will vary depending on the size, depth, location and cause of the harm.

Scar Camouflage Makeup London

Living with scars can be extremely difficult and have an impact on your every day life and confidence. We use multiple techniques to soften the texture of scars and camouflage them using permanent make up.

Scar Tissue Treatment

These techniques are extremely effective and we have seen remarkable results even after the first session.   As you know, scar tissue is unpredictable and we would work with you to on a treatment plan to ensure the best results possible through Collagen Induction Therapy (Micro-needling/scar softening) and custom blended permanent camouflage.

We will test a small area of the scar with a custom blend of colours and allow this to heal for 30 days so that we can assess the final results and ensure that the colour match is accurate and that the results are in line with your expectations.


We will make any adjustments necessary and then treat the remainder of the scar blending the tissue with the surrounding skin.

Procedure times will vary depending on the size of the area to be treated, there should be minimum discomfort, clients describe this as a 2 out of 10.

Scars that we can treat include:

Post-surgical scars
Face Lift procedures
Scalps (trauma or Hair Transplants)
Caesarean scars
Stretch Marks
Acne scars
Contracture scars – burns
Self Harm
Mastectomy scars
Vitiligo (if stabilised)

We ask that before you book your consultation please ensure the scar is fully healed (minimum of a year) and not Keloid. Hypertrophic scarring may require other treatments (steroid, cortisone) before we are able to proceed.

Scar camouflage – before & after care instructions

 The area may look red directly after the treatment or if pigment has been used, this may look darker than expected during the first week. During the second week the pigment may look faded as it is hidden under the healing skin. Read More

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