Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2013
Hide surgery scars and other skin pigmentation problems at Long-Time-Liner® Beverly Hills with our medical camouflage pigmentation services. Scars are fibrous tissues that result from injury of the skin after trauma or an accident. They usually appear a shade lighter or darker than natural skin tone due to different skin fiber composition and therefore have a different texture. However, the tissue itself is of the same protein as normal skin.
The scar fiber composition is altered in the way that sweat glands and hair follicles may not grow back within the scarred area. There are 2 main types of scars known as hypertrophic and atrophic. Hypertrophic scars are raised scars, during the healing process, the body produces too much collagen, thus making the scarred area protrude from the surrounding skin. Hypertrophic scars are usually white, but can appear reddish and lumpy.
Atrophic scars are sunken scars that groove into the skin, these types of scars are formed when the underlying support structures, such as muscle or fat, cannot be recovered during the healing process.
Stretch marks are even considered a form of scarring.
Scars can make a person feel very self-conscious and uncomfortable with their appearance. In any surgery, there will be a form of scarring which commonly results with telltale white "lines" that are visible on the skin.
Thankfully, Long-Time-Liner® has been assisting plastic surgeons and their clients in our scar camouflage treatments. In a scar camouflage service, skin-toned pigment is applied to the area of the scar, helping it adapt to the color of the natural skin around it. Using Long-Time-Liner®'s gentle device and method, our needle does not hit the dermal region and therefore does not draw blood while pigmentation.
Because the scarred tissue is a different composition than normal skin and may be much more sensitive, we provide a safer alternative to permanent medical camouflage pigmentation services, which may go in deeper than necessary and cause wounding of already damaged skin. Long-Time-Liner® provides the most natural results for this type of delicate procedure.
Long-Time-Liner® pigmentation colors are hypoallergenic derived from inert mineral origins; they contain no heavy metals and are non-toxic. Our colors are safe for many skin types, including those who are suffering from cancer and alopecia, and other disorders.
Our other services include breast and areola reconstruction, scalp camouflage, cleft lip remodeling, and vitiligo/hypopigmentation camouflage. We recommend interested clients to consider Long-Time-Liner®'s semi permanent make-up as the final touch on surgical enhancements.
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