• Inkless Stretch Mark Revision

    • $300 per session per body part
    • $250 if additional treatments are needed

    Inkless Stretch Mark Revision is a cosmetic, non-invasive procedure that uses a rotary tattoo machine to create small wounds in the skin, providing a channel for serum application. This stimulates the skin's natural healing process, promoting skin cell regeneration and enhancing skin elasticity and firmness. It helps boost the production of melanocytes, elastin, and collagen, significantly reducing the appearance of stretch marks.

    The level of discomfort during this treatment is minimal and depends on each individual's pain tolerance.

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FAQ'S - on Inkless Stretch Mark Revision

How does the procedure work?

The procedure uses a device that emits pulses of light to target and break down stretch marks. The body's natural healing processes then remove the broken-down tissue and produce new collagen and elastin, which help to improve the appearance of the skin.

How many sessions are required?

The number of sessions required will depend on the severity of the stretch marks. In general, most patients require between 2-5 treatments, spaced about 4-6 weeks apart. Once the area is fully healed.

What does the healing process look like?

You won't experience any downtime after the procedure, but redness and swelling are common for the first 5 days. Over the next 4 to 12 weeks, the redness will gradually fade. The treated areas will transition through various shades, from red to dark brown, before eventually returning to a lighter color as your skin heals. Please follow all aftercare instructions we've provided. Patience is key during this process—it's perfectly normal for areas to darken for several weeks before lightening again.

As for your next session, it's best to schedule it 4 to 6 weeks after your first one, or once your skin is fully healed.

Who is NOT a candidate?

  • Anyone who is Pregnant or Nursing
  • Anyone with active skin cancer on treatment area
  • Anyone undergoing chemotherapy or radiation 
  • Anyone with an “active” infection of any type (Viral, Fungal or bacterial) 
  • Anyone with HIV or Hepatitis or any other transmittable blood conditions
  • Anyone on Accutane (must be off of it for at least 6 months)
  • Anyone taking blood thinners
  • Anyone with herpes on area of treatment or hives 
  • Anyone with scleroderma or prone to keloids
  • If you had Botox, fillers or use of Retinoids/Retinol in the last 4 weeks “on” the area(s) to be treated 
  • If currently ill or feeling sick
  • Diabetes I and II do not represent a contraindication; however keep in mind the following aspects: Healing could be compromised, Higher risk for infection, Brown pigments may turn greyish and the pigment/ink retention can be poor.
  • Immune Disorders
  • Keloid scarring prone


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