If you’re from Indonesian and find skin grafting to fix scars time-consuming and costly, you can benefit from a new technique called scar camouflage, an advanced cosmetic process that is fast becoming popular in Singapore.
Also referred to as permanent cosmetics, scar camouflage involves tattooing or using micro pigmentation not only on the face but also on the scalp and other areas of the body. It can be elected to hide stretch marks, acne scars, or surgical scars after hair transplant, especially if there’s not enough grafted hair. It may also be recommended to women who have undergone mastectomy as camouflaging can make cosmetic areolas and nipples.
Scar camouflage is different from regular tattooing, and it requires a technician with a specialization in micro-pigmentation and scalp technology to do the work.
In Singapore, several cosmetic clinics now provide quality scar camouflage through pigmentation carried out by either local doctors or expatriates with adequate training in Europe and North America. They perform the procedure using state-of-the-art pen or tattoo machines or, if necessary by hand. Their skill and even their creativity allow them to create some of the most natural-looking tattoos for the face and scalp.
With Singapore’s excellent technology, cosmetic and plastic surgeons can perform initial consultations online via Skype or video conferencing through phone, so you’ll know right away what to expect even before you book your ticket to the city-state. This allows you to save time and money and have exceptional experience that can be combined with a relaxing holiday.