Omnis Ink & Camas Medspa
Medical & Cosmetic Tattooing
For Stretch Marks, Scars & Breasts
Introducing Cosmetic & Medical Tattooing
We are excited to announce a new and unique service at Camas Medspa, Medical Tattooing!
Through a partnership with Omnis Ink, Vancouver’s first advanced medical tattooing studio, we are now offering Stretch Mark Camouflage, Scar Camouflage and Areola Restoration medical and cosmetic tattoos.
Diminish the appearance of your stretch marks, hide those post surgical and injury scars and restore the youthful appearance of your breasts with medical tattooing!
Using our medical grade numbing technique, this treatment is virtually pain free and with proper care, the results will last for years!
- Stretch Mark Camouflage– Diminish the appearance of your stretch marks anywhere on your body with custom matched skin tone color tattoos.
- Scar Camouflage- Hide scars from a facelift, mommy makeover, breast lift, augmentation, c-section, injuries and more!
- Areola Restoration– Restore the appearance of your areola and nipple with hyper realistic 3D nipple and areola tattoos. This service is not only for post mastectomy breast cancer survivors but also for gender confirming top surgery, breast malformations and an excellent way to restore the youthful appearance of your areolas, as we age and experience color loss.
Medical and Cosmetic Tattooing is a multi appointment process. To ensure your treatments are completed in time for your event or before this summer, book now!
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Omnis-Ink Founder and Tattoo Artist
Stretch Mark Camouflage & Scar Camouflage is a paramedical aesthetic technique using a meticulous tattooing method with custom proprietary flesh tone pigments. This technique is intended to create a pigment illusion in order to disguise the area that is affected.
Skin tone irreglarities such as scars from surgeries, burns, or injuries can be camouflaged just about anywhere on the body. Skin coloring tattooing is also a great way to camouflage stretch marks and other tone issues on the skin.
Does getting a medical tattoo hurt?
The answer depends on multiple factors but most people describe it as a mild scratchy feeling. Depending on the type of medical tattoo service you get, you may feel some sensation. However, we will always offer a numbing agent.
How long will my medical or cosmetic tattoo last?
A medical tattoo is permanent as long as the tattoo is protected from sun exposure, tanning beds, and all laser treatments targeting the tattooed area. But it’s important to get touch-ups every so often.
When can I get my scar tattoo treatment performed?
It is always best when the scar has aged at least a year and has become flat and lighter in color than your overall skin tone, or when the are to be tattoed is lighter in color than your overall skin tone.
Will my stretch mark tattoos change color when I tan?
Stretch mark tattoo is permanent, so it won’t change colors when you tan. This means your stretch marks will remain your natural skin tone color while the rest of your skin darkens. However, because your stretch marks are no longer white, there will no longer be a significant color contract.
What is the cost of a camouflage treatment?
Pricing begins at $200 and depends upon a number of factors when it comes to scar and stretch mark camouflage.
Your artist will discuss all of this at your first consultation appointment.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Take a look at a few of our before and after Corrective Pigment Camouflage treatments for stretch marks, scars, and burns.
An areola tattoo is a popular tattooing procedure that happens on the chest or breast area where the areola once existed. The purpose of it is to create a 3D tattoo that mirrors the shape and design of an areola and nipple. Areola restoration works for breast cancer survivors, gender affirmation, and people who simply want a cosmetic procedure to enhance the look of their breasts.
Who should get an areola tattoo?
Not everyone is a candidate for areola restoration. This service is primarily great for the following situations:
Breast cancer survivor
Breast reconstruction or breast augmentation
Gender affirmation top surgery
Male chest reconstruction
What is the areola restoration process like?
A good artist will ensure the process is excellent from beginning to end. Your journey will begin with a consultation, where the artist will get a thorough understanding of what you want. Working together will allow your technician to provide an areola tattoo that matches your vision and leaves you feeling happy and whole.
At the consultation, we’ll also discuss the placement of your 3D nipple tattoo, the best size for your shape, and the most suitable pigment colors to ensure the areola tattoo complements your skin tone. After agreeing on the design, your artist will start the tattooing process.
How long does it take to get an areola tattoo?
Getting the actual tattoo takes little time. Your appointment may last 30 minutes to an hour.
However, the entire areola restoration process—including the consultation, listening to your wants, determining the best pigment color, and developing the design—can take up to two hours.
How long does it take for an areola tattoo to heal?
There’s no set timeframe for how long it’ll take for your areola tattoo to heal. It depends on your health history and the integrity of your skin, especially since scar tissue can take longer to recover.
Typically, it takes 10-14 days. During the healing process, you may notice your skin peeling, scabbing, flaking, and lightening, all of which are normal responses after getting a tattoo.
How much does it cost to get areola tattoos?
$300-$600 is an average estimate for areola tattoos. The duration of work each client needs varies. At your consultation, your artist will create a custom treatment and pricing plan for you. All pricing includes two treatment sessions.
Whether it is stretch marks, scar camouflage tattoos, or scar removal, Omnis-Ink and Camas Medspa ensure that all procedures are safe and precise. We offer personalized aftercare instructions on how to clean the tattoo, guidelines for bathing, skincare and most importantly use of prescribed topical ointments.