When medical tattooing doesn’t go as expected you may be left disappointed. You need a practitioner that aligns their expectations alongside yours and doesn’t promise you the earth. Medical Tattooing is a great tool for reducing the impact of visible differences, but it isn’t magic and it doesn’t make things disappear, and it does come with minor risks.
Have you been left with facial scarring and hypo-pigmentation that you cover with makeup or camouflage every day? Soften the visible impact with medical tattooing.
Are you suffering with thinning hair due to Menopause or perimenopause? Medical Tattooing can help as a simple, effective solution
As a practitioner one should never just look at the symptom alone, but take into account the way it is presented by the patient. This brings into account the emotional impact and therefore the mental health of the patient.
How Medical Tattooing can impact the people around you.
What do we carry on our skin without knowing it? Each of us carries the map of our lives on our skin, lets find confidence in the skin you’re in.
How I found the courage to stop covering my vitiligo. Erika’s blog beautifully describes her journey through the products and treatments available to her, whilst allowing us an insight into the emotional pathway she trod.
What a workshop! It was full of warmth, joy and laughter with the Look Good Feel Better team at the Macmillian Centre located at East Surrey Hospital.
Do you have unwanted scarring from surgery? Sometimes scarring can be more visible than anticipated leaving the patient wishing they had not had surgery in the first place.
Medical Tattooing can now help by visibly reducing the appearance of the stretchmarks by adding the persons skin colour into the dermal layer of the skin.
There are so many different shapes of brows, and particular styles to suit certain face shapes so how do you find the right brows for you? The best way to deal with this is to find a trusted practitioner and let them work with you, to create the correct and most beautiful shape for your face.
Are you a male that is concerned with some aspect of your appearance? Are you a male and nervous or unsure of walking into a clinic?
Where medical tattooing is concerned I see as many males as I do women. Men with visible differences are just as self-conscious as women are.
I am incredibly excited to announce that The Rae Denman Range at Veil Cover Cream has been launched. Over the past few months, I’ve been working with Veil Cover Cream to launch 10 brand new Veil Cover Cream shades, 2 new Finishing Powder shades and a skincare product.
Creating a Cupid’s Bow for a Cleft Lip with Medical Tattooing. By tattooing / implanting small amounts of coloured pigment into the dermal layer of the skin and around the vermillion lip line you can create a lip shape bespoke for each person
Six beautiful new colours evolved from years of experience and changing skin tones for the new Rae Denman Range for Veil Cover Cream
Are your brows still asymmetrical? Have you noticed over the years that one droops and one is raised? Does it notice when you’re wearing glasses?
If you are coming for self harm scarring camouflage with medical tattooing please be aware that you may have a revisit to some of the emotions that you felt when originally self harming.
Partnerships to provide better care as practitioners to make sure treatment is the correct one for each patient that walks through your door.