Are Scars or Stretch Marks getting in the way of your confidence?
Stretch marks and scars have previously been a problem that had no solution. That is, until now!
We are one of the only clinics in Australia to be able to offer this exceptional new South American technique of medical tattooing to significantly reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks!
Using a combination of collagen induction therapy and micropigmentation infusion, we can greatly disguise stretch marks and scars. This medical camouflage treatment allows us to work with any affected part of your body in which white stretch marks or scars appear.
Whether on your boobs, buttocks, stomach or thighs, arms or back, all white stretch marks can be disguised. As for scars, some scars should not be treated. We will discuss these with you during your consultation.
Let us help restore your confidence by minimising your scars and stretch marks with the latest medical pigment technology that’s making waves around the globe!
This treatment takes approximately 60 minutes
Is there any downtime?There is roughly a minimum of 10 days downtime after plasma fibroblast treatment where small dots will be visible.
How soon before or after cosmetic injections can I have a Plasma Treatment?It is recommended to wait at least 7 days before or after cosmetic injections so that any post-treatment bruising can settle.
How long before I see results?Many clients see results within a couple of days and further improvement to treated areas at six weeks. Full results are revealed 3 months post treatment.
Does Plasma treatment hurt?Plasma pen treatment is uncomfortable. We recommend you come to your appointment pre-numbed with a topical numbing cream. Some numbing creams can take up to 40 minutes to take full effect. If applying at home, make sure you have allowed enough time for the numbing to take effect prior to your appointment time.
Am I a suitable candidate for Plasma treatment?Plasma pen treatment is a versatile treatment, but it isn’t suitable for certain skin types such as skin that’s dark in tone. For this reason, it’s important to determine your suitability before you go ahead with a plasma treatment for the face or body. This treatment may not be suitable if any of the following applies to you: History of PIH History of keloid scarring Skin tones above Fitz III (eg. medium + skin tones are not suitable, check with your therapist before commencing treatment) Metal plates in the area Open wounds in the area Certain medications Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Herpes Autoimmune disorders Active infections Anti-coagulant medication or conditions Vitiligo Cancer Diabetes Poor healing disorders UV exposure in the last 4 weeks Prescription exfoliants in the last 2 weeks Severe or cystic acne Cosmetic injectables or resurfacing treatments in the last 2-4 weeks Glaucoma Melasma Photosensitising medications