Scars are usually the result of a trauma or accident where the skin has been broken, or they can also be caused by surgery.
This healed scar, white in colour, can be successfully camouflaged by using a technique called MCA (dry needling). This scar treatment is used to help camouflage scars and is performed over a number of sessions.
The MCA technique is the most preferred method of camouflage in the first instance. If the colour reappears naturally, the scar will tan in the sun and get paler in winter compared to patients with normal skin. If MCA is unsuccessful then colour can be tattooed in, reducing the white scar look.
The initial Scars treatment takes up to an hour, as does each follow up retouch session. Scar camouflage is a multi treatment procedure.
Prices from £150 to £200 per treatment per session.