Scar Camouflage Tattoo - Haven Permanent Cosmetics & Aesthetics - Gig Harbor, WA
Scar Camouflage Tattoo - Haven Permanent Cosmetics & Aesthetics

About Scar Camouflage

This non-invasive, paramedical tattoo procedure matches the skin tone to camouflage scarring and can be done on any part of the body for any skin type and tone. By color matching your skin tone, we camouflage scars and blend them into the surrounding skin.

While white scars/stretch marks are preferred, we can work on healed pink, purple and/or discolored scars. This tattooing method is considered advanced scar camouflage and may involve three appointments, including a color correction or neutralization. When a color correction is involved, your results may not yield a perfect color match but will diminish the appearance of the scar and bring it closer to your natural skin tone.

*Your scar needs to be at least 1 year healed to be considered.

Our master artists were trained with the number one training facility in the PNW.

Scar Camouflage Tattoo - Haven Permanent Cosmetics & Aesthetics


  • No saunas or tanning 1 week prior.

  • No blood thinners or pain killers.

  • No working out day of.

  • No alcohol in your system.

  • Must be at least 12 weeks post op with healed wounds.
  • No antibiotics 2 months prior.


  • Make sure hands are clean before you touch your tattoos and before you wash them.

  • When you get home, you can remove the bandages.
  • Wash your new tattoos before bed with lukewarm water and unscented soap or cleanser.
  • Apply the aftercare that is given to you by Haven in a thin layer after cleaning.
  • Repeat in the morning. You will continue this for 5 days minimum.

  • Remember this is a new tattoo and should be cared for like an open wound. Do not over saturate with aftercare balm and lotions. You don’t want to let the area get too dried out either.

  • Use only unscented lotion for 2 weeks, such as Lubriderm or Cetaphil, after your 5 days of aftercare balm.

  • Limit the wear of tight clothing for the first 48 hours, you will need to let the area breathe as much as possible during the healing process.