The Truth About The Inkless Stretch Marks Camouflage Method

What Is Inkless Stretch Marks Camouflage?

In fact, there is no inkless stretch marks camouflage technique.

 

Inkless is the commercial term assigned to the micro-needling procedure. There is no way to conceal scars or stretch marks without using ink because doing so would require the discovery of a cure for these marks, which there is currently none.

 

The inkless camouflage method is a micro-needling procedure that combines serums, vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, peptides, and other additives.

What Does Inkless Camouflage Do?

The attrition of the needle on the skin causes minor, controlled traumas in scars, which should stimulate the production of elastin, collagen, and cellular renewal in those areas.

 

Micro-needling is an old service in the beauty industry that was previously known as dry tattooing. It was frequently marketed as a natural collagen stimulator. It was used to improve skin texture and smooth wrinkles and expression lines. In cases of red stretch marks, ie. early stretch marks, it is possible to heal them, as they are still not in their final Healing process.

Illustrative model of a skin with stretch marks.

However, they will be permanently scarred if they are not promptly because the healing process has been completed. What bothers the person, in this case, is the contrast between the white color of the stretch mark and the color of the healthy skin. The only procedure that can solve this problem is a Brazilian camouflage tattoo or covering it with an artistic tattoo.

 

The micro-needling method, or as the industry is now calling it, inkless stretch marks camouflage, does not have the ability to restore the natural color of the skin, which would be the cure for stretch marks. And, of course, if there is a cure for stretch marks, it will be sold for a price, which will initially be extremely expensive for most people. Both to perform the procedure and to learn it.

Who Can Perform This?

Furthermore, because the dye-free camouflage procedure is micro-needling, one must be cautious about who can use it. According to the Public Health website, this procedure should not be performed by an esthetician and is usually done by dermatologists and plastic surgeons.

Dermis: This is where the microneedling stimulation should take place.

 

This is due to the fact that it is necessary to work on the dermis rather than the most superficial layer of the skin in order to cause controlled traumas and provoke the stimulus responsible for the possible result.

To work with scar camouflage, however, only a tattoo license is required.

Furthermore, because the dye-free camouflage procedure is micro-needling, one must be cautious about who can use it. According to the Public Health website, this procedure should not be performed by an esthetician and is usually done by dermatologists and plastic surgeons.

 

Dermis: This is where the microneedling stimulation should take place.

This is due to the fact that it is necessary to work on the dermis rather than the most superficial layer of the skin in order to cause controlled traumas and provoke the stimulus responsible for the possible result.

To work with scar camouflage, however, only a tattoo license is required.

How Long Will It Take To See The Results Of The Inkless Procedure?

Inkless procedures necessitate a great deal of patience on the part of the client. Furthermore, it gives him hope for a cure, that the color of his stretch marks will be restored (even though his stretch marks are white, and supposedly previously informed that only red stretch marks have the possibility of being cured). This is a huge letdown for the professionals, but especially for the clients.

 

 

According to the American Academy of Dermatology website, stretch marks are scars, and as such, stretch marks are permanent; therefore, they can only be made less noticeable.

 

This is why the inkless stretch marks camouflage method is gaining popularity in the industry; it works in conjunction with scar camouflage (with ink), and all credit for the contrast change between intact skin vs. stretch marks is being sold as a benefit of the dye-less method when the result is due to the ink technique.

 

 

Just look at the before and after results of the inkless method; the big difference, what stands out, is the drastic decrease in contrast, which is exactly what the client desires. 

 

He no longer wants to cover up his scars with clothes or miss out on special moments with his family and friends because of his low self-esteem. The client wishes for this mark to disappear, and the Brazilian camouflage is the closest match.

See a scar camouflage result after 5 years!

Play Video about Cover of the video that reports a before and after of a scar camouflage after 5 years of performed

Is It Possible To Combine The Inkless Method With The Stretch Mark Camouflage?

Yes, but you must be honest with your client and only propose the combined solution when there is a genuine need for it.

 

In some cases, especially with large stretch marks and visible textures, both methods can be used. However, it is still necessary to explain to the client what scar inkless camouflage does and what scar camouflage with ink does. Then, based on his discomfort, let him choose the best option for him.

 

If the client only wants to improve contrast or hide the scar, he should not be sold both services because, once again, there is no way to change the color of scars and stretch marks without ink. And if he wants this, only scar camouflage will suffice. Otherwise, the cure. But only when it is existent.

 

Another thing to keep in mind is that this type of stretch mark with visible textures may be caused by uncontrollable factors such as each individual’s personal physiology, and in this case, the client may need to perform retouches of the method without ink in short intervals of time and on a regular basis if he wants to keep the result. And this will frustrate him in the long run. As a result, he should be warned as well.

Conclusion: Does The Inkless Stretch Marks Camouflage Method Work?

If the texture and wrinkled appearance of stretch marks bother the person, the camouflage procedure without ink can help because the friction of the needle on the skin stimulates the collagen fibers, elastin, and cell renewal of the region.

 

Scar camouflage, on the other hand, can provide the same stimulus. However, honest professionals should not include this potential texture improvement when offering the scar camouflage procedure because the texture result may not occur. So what you should offer is what happens, which is the contrast.

 

If the stretch marks are red, the inkless stretch marks camouflage technique may help, and there may even be a cure. However, the professional should explain to the client that there is no guarantee of seeing results and that he may need to do it continuously for an undetermined period of time.

 

Furthermore, this procedure without ink is a micro-needling, it must be performed by a qualified and skilled professional. Otherwise, the client’s health may be jeopardized, or the professional may be forced to work on the superficial layer of the skin, where there is virtually no stimulus capable of producing the desired results.

 

However, If the person is bothered by the contrast between the color of the intact skin and the white color of the stretch marks, only the scar camouflage technique or, as an alternative, an artistic tattoo cover-up can meet your needs.

 

To summarize, there is no way to change the color of a stretch mark or scar without using ink. There is no way to restore the color of stretch marks or scars. This is referred to as healing, not a method that does not use ink. Furthermore, it would not be sold as a procedure, let alone taught for a “small amount of money”. Consider this.