Scar camouflage and vitiligo course

Michelle Spiteri, training in vitligo camouflage

Michelle Spiteri, training in vitligo camouflage

Scar correction and vitiligo camouflage

Scar camouflage has come a long way with the development of new techniques and pigments which can make the scars almost invisible. This can be achieved with the skill and knowledge to use various tones and implantation techniques. The procedure can be used to camouflage plastic surgery tell-tell signs, general surgery scars, accident scars or areas of skin which do not have a uniform pigmentation, such as viltiligo (a condition where one has patchy pigmentation on the skin).

Competent and skilled technicians are very sought after in the paramedical field, as well as in the beauty industry. A fully qualified technician who has reached a high level of experience and confidence may consider a training course in advanced micropigmentation, otherwise known as ‘Master Class’. This advanced level of training is tailored to your requirements and will take you to an advanced level in your chosen field allowing greater diversity and the possibility of working with the NHS, where highly skilled technicians are especially in demand to work with leading plastic surgeons and oncologists to correct scarring after surgery. There is a lot of job satisfaction in restoring a person’s confidence by carrying out corrective micropigmentation such as:

• areola restoration

• scar camouflage

• hairline restoration

• harelip correction

• vitiligo camouflage

• scar relaxation

• skin rejuvenation (MCA) • male pattern baldness. The advanced courses are tailored to your requirements.

The scar camouflage course is made up of two practical days whereby  you will learn how to blend skin tomes using flesh coloured pigments. You will be shown how to do this using various needle groupings and implantation techniques.

You will be asked to provide your own models.

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