Dry tattooing brings new life in the damaged areas of your skin and enhances its appearance. It is a quick and precise way to make this happen. Depending on your age and skin condition, dry tattooing for stretch marks may take 2 to 3 sessions to complete the treatment. It’s a non-invasive procedure that is surprisingly relaxing and doesn’t necessarily cause you any discomfort.
Procedure for Dry Tattooing For Stretch Marks
In this treatment, no pigment is tattooed onto your skin since this machine runs dry. The specialist will have an in-depth consultation over the phone or in a face-to-face meeting. Once they find your skin appropriate for the treatment, they schedule an appointment for the first session.
The specialist applies a numbing cream on the affected area before and during the process. They use dry tattoo machines containing micro needless to hide those ugly stretch marks that can steal your natural beauty. After the procedure is complete, the tattoo specialist will recommend aftercare products to help with the healing process and boost results.
Scars and Marks Types that Can Improve with Dry Tattoo
Dry tattoo can help with improving the effected skin by different types of scars including:
- Stretch marks
- Tummy Tuck scars
- Scars from other surgeries
- Trauma and accident scars
- Breast surgery scars (including uplift, reduction, enlargement, reconstructive, and FTM top.
What Happens After the Treatment?
Dry tattooing for stretch marks leads to the growth of new tissues in the damaged skin and helps sunken and loosen stretch marks begin filling and firming. Your red, purple, and white discolored scars return to normal while raised and bumpy scars become smooth and flatten. The treatment also lets fibrous and restricting scar tissue gently break up and your numbed areas of scars begin to become lively.