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What is paramedical tattoos?
Paramedical Tattoo is a service provided by professionals that supplement and support medical work but do not require a physician. They are also known as healing tattoos.
Paramedical tattooing focuses on the restoration of the skin post medical treatment. It is a critical step in the healing journey of the survivors of cancer, accident, illness, trauma, and injury. Paramedical tattooing is also known as restorative tattooing as it restores the healthy appearance of the skin, and further helps to restore the survivors emotional and mental well-being. “Para”-medical is broken down literally to mean “alongside” medical treatments. As Paramedical tattoo artists we can be an intimate part of our client’s physical and emotional healing process.
Most Common Paramedical Treatments:
Surgical Scar Camouflage
Areola Restoration Tattoo
Acne and Stretch Mark Camouflage
Skin Graft & Self-Harm Scar Camouflage/Reclamation
Burn & Radiation Scar Camouflage & Recovery
Pricing can vary per client, based on areas and conditions. We provide free consultations to discuss goals as well as processes.
PORTFOLIO PRICING PROMOTION
The first 5 clients to book AREOLA Tattoos, will receive for $50+tax in exchange to using your photos on our website, promotional ads, and other use.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
During this meeting, your practitioner will prep you for what to expect and how you should prepare beforehand.
For example, here are some general guidelines:
We look at the heath of your skin, ensure no dryness on the area, A skin care regime may be recommended.
We discuss shape and recommended sizes/colours. We measure, sketch and draw on a template to be approved.
The day of your treatment, eat a hearty meal, don't drink much coffee, hydrate and stretch.
Shower before each treatment. You won’t be able to wash or wet your tattoo (this includes sweating excessively) for four days after each appointment.
Each treatment typically takes between two and three hours. We apply numbing to the area, play music and keep you relaxed. You're welcome to bring a friend or family member to keep you company.
How many treatments you need will depend on the amount of scalp getting SMP. Even if it’s only for a small area like a widow’s peak, three to four treatments are still needed for long-term retention since SMP is a process of layering colour.
Treatments will be scheduled a few weeks apart.
In the weeks between treatments, don’t go swimming, use steam or sauna rooms, or take extremely hot showers that may cause a steam storm.
Avoid exposing your scalp to the sun for the first four days (wearing a hat is fine). On the fifth day after treatment, you can expose the treated skin to sun for one hour, or 45 minutes if you have very fair skin.