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What Is Skin Graft Tattoo Camouflage?

Skin grafts, while life-saving and transformative, can sometimes leave behind areas of skin that don't quite match the surrounding tissue in colour or texture. Enter the realm of Skin Grafts Camouflage Tattooing - a meticulous technique designed to blend and harmonize these areas, making them less noticeable.


Often referred to as Medical Tattooing for Skin Grafts, this procedure involves the precise application of custom-matched pigments to the grafted skin. By carefully blending the tattooed area with the surrounding natural skin tone, it offers a more uniform and cohesive appearance.

Experience the benefits of Skin Grafts Camouflage

Imagine looking at your skin and seeing a harmonious blend, where once-prominent grafts now seamlessly integrate with your natural complexion. With camouflage tattooing, you're not just addressing the visual differences; you're embracing a renewed sense of wholeness and self-assurance.

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  • Seamless Integration: Achieve a balanced look that harmonizes with your surrounding skin.

  • Tailored Precision: Customised pigment choices to match your unique skin tone and graft appearance.

  • Safe & Delicate: A procedure that prioritises your comfort and desired aesthetic outcome.

  • Boosted Self-Esteem: Step out with renewed confidence, knowing your skin grafts are less noticeable.

  • Natural Results: Benefit from an appearance that feels more 'you', without the prominence of grafts.

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Kelly Smith Forshaw

Premier Cosmetic & Medical Tattoo and Laser Specialist in West Sussex & London

Kelly has dedicated over two decades to perfecting the art of medical tattooing, semi-permanent makeup, and laser tattoo removal.

Her work has graced numerous publications, and she's appeared on TV shows like Embarrassing Bodies, Ten Years Younger, and The Bad Skin Clinic on Discovery+ in 2023.

Kelly is highly recognised among her peers, winning the Medical Micropigmentation Artist of the Year title in 2018, 2019, and 2021.

Beyond her vast expertise, Kelly's empathetic nature ensures every client feels valued and understood.



Understand Your Treatment Plan

 How many sessions are required for skin graft medical tattooing? 

Typically 2 sessions are required however if there is scarring, you may require an additional session, either to treat scarring prior to tattooing, through microneedling, or an additional tattooing session due to pigment potentially not retaining in heavily scarred areas.  All treatments will require future touch-ups when pigment starts to fade.

 Is the skin graft tattooing procedure painful? 

Some clients feel no sensation at all, others feel mild discomfort. Topical numbing is used to control discomfort if required. Clients say that having a procedure is comparable to having their eyebrows tweezered or their legs waxed.

 How long does the tattooing typically last? 

Medical tattooing can last several years, but factors like sun exposure, lifestyle, skin type and skin regeneration can affect longevity. Periodic touch-ups will be necessary.

 What is the aftercare process for skin graft camouflage tattooing? 

After treatment, you may experience some swelling/redness for up to 48 hours after your procedure. During the healing process, you will experience some scabbing of the area. It is vital that you try to keep the area as dry as possible during the healing process. We recommend you do not swim, sunbathe or use a sauna/jacuzzi for 2 weeks after the procedure.


What people say about us

Kelly was recommended to me by my surgeon and I can't thank her enough. I have been wearing a scarf for years to hide my scar and now I don't wear that scarf and don't have people staring at my scar. God bless you Kelly for everything you have done for me  



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