Scar Camouflage Services in Ayrshire

If you feel self conscious about your scarring, Angela at Uber Pigmentations can help with scar camouflage treatments.

Scars are formed when the skin is wounded to a point where there is an over production of collagen. This can be from an injury or controlled surgery. When only the top layers of skin are damaged, the skin will form a scab and repair its self. But the deeper and more traumatic the cut, the more chance there is of a permanent scar forming.

Using our scar camouflage process I work at the source of the scar to reduce the redness and decrease the visibility of the scar. By the end of your treatment you will be left with smooth, relatively clear skin (depending on severity of initial scarring) that you will confident showing off.

Get in touch today for more information on scar reduction or to book a consultation today.

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Scar Camouflage at Uber Pigmentations Kilmarnock

Boost Self Esteem

Scar Camouflage is great for:

  • Caesarean Section Scars
  • Self Harm Injuries
  • Breast Reduction Scarring
  • Breast Uplift Scarring
  • Stretch Marks
  • Any Scars except Keloid

The type of scar/colour etc will determine whether you need this treatment or just our scar reduction technique exclusive to Uber Pigmentations.

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Book your treatment now, or contact Uber Pigmentations for more information or to discuss your requirements.

What clients say…

Why Choose Angela?

Enhance your Confidence

I offer a wide range of procedures to tweak and enhance thus increasing your self confidence. Not only that, I’m a trained practitioner in conscious bars and modalities to calm, sooth and quieten the chatter of the mind.

Enhance your Youth

I offer a wide range of treatments from skin boosting, plasma, skin rejuvenation, paramedical tattoos and permanent make up to name a few and proud to have won multiple awards.

Save Time and Money

Drawing in your brows, eyeliner and constant applications of lipstick take up valuable time, so does attending brow appointments and whilst these can be small increments over the space of 18 months plus add up to more than what it costs for the investment in permanent cosmetics.