Paramedical Micropigmentation

Paramedical Micropigmentation (also known as PMP) is the introduction of micropigments into the upper layers of the dermis by mechanical means for the purpose of simulating pigmentation and color in the skin. In more simple terms, it is the art of medical tattooing.

Unlike traditional tattoos where art is the focal point and purpose, PMP is designed to conceal and camouflage. It can cover unwanted burn scars, birthmarks, dark and off-color skin patches such as Vitiligo or age spots. It can simulate a clean-shaven head of hair or fill in spots that need more density. It can also help simulate areolas and cover surgical scars from breast cancer survivors.

We Offer Various Paramedical Micropigmentation Treatments