Transforming Lives



Cosmetic camouflage is the application of makeup creams and/or powders to conceal colour or contour irregularities of the face or body. This process is not permanent as the makeup needs to be applied on a daily basis. At Cosmetic Camouflage Clinic, we specialize in camouflage tattoo, a permanent cosmetic camouflage process that matches custom formulated pigment to your skin colour and applied to your face or body using a traditional tattoo machine. Our fully trained skin camouflage practitioners will be able to find a perfect colour match for your skin tone. After the treatment, the look of scars and stretch marks are evened out and minimized, giving you an all-natural blended look between the scar and surrounding skin area.


Cosmetic camouflage tattoo is not micropigmentation or permanent makeup, which does not go into the skin as deeply as camouflage tattoo.  By using traditional tattoo methods, the process goes deeper into the dermis resulting in a permanent camouflaged tattoo. It is similar to traditional tattoos methods but using specialized blended camouflaged skin colour pigments instead of tattoo inks.



Scars are the result of injury or surgery. It is your body’s natural wound healing process after tissue is damaged. When the skin is damaged, the tissues break, which causes collagen to be released. Collagen builds up where the tissue is damaged, helping to heal and strengthen the wound.

Cosmetic Camouflage Tattoo can minimize the look of your scars, concealing the scar with blended skin colour pigments. The results are life changing, giving you a permanent solution to your skin issue without using daily makeup.


Stretch marks are indented streaks that often appear on the breasts, abdomen, hips, buttocks, and thighs. These lines are a different colour and texture than your normal skin. They are caused by the stretching of the skin and an increase of cortisone in your system. Cortisone is a hormone naturally produced by your adrenal glands. However, having too much of this hormone can make your skin lose its elasticity. Stretch marks commonly appear during or after pregnancy or after a sudden change in your weight.
The look of stretch marks can be drastically smoothened using camouflage tattoo to blend in the indented streaks with the same colour as your surrounding skin. The results are again life changing, completely changing the look of your skin. Going to the beach in a bikini is no longer an embarrassing issue.


A birthmark is a congenital and benign irregularity of the skin which is present at birth. They are primarily caused by overgrowth of blood vessels. They often appear red or purplish in colour. Types of birthmarks include moles, Mongolian spots, café au lait spots, mascular stains, hemangiomas, and port-wine stains.


Vitiligo is a permanent skin condition characterized by patches of the skin on the face or body losing their pigment. The cause of vitiligo is unknown; however, it is believed to be due to a genetic condition that is triggered by an environmental factor such that an autoimmune disease. occurs.

Vitiligo sufferers often have low esteem, have feelings of embarrassment, and live in social isolation. Cosmetic Camouflage Tattoo can truly transform the lives of Vitiligo patients by giving them their confidence back.


Dark circles caused by the skin getting darker under the eyes. Dark circles are usually not a sign of any medical problem. Extreme fatigue not even sleep or oversleeping can cause dark circles.  They become more noticeable and permanent with age.  As we age, the skin around the eyes loses collagen, becoming thinner and more translucent.


A port-wine stain is a specific type of birthmark characterized by the look of red wine spilling on skin. They are usually pink at birth but progressively gets darker (red or purple) as the child gets order.


A burn is some sort of damage to your body’s tissues caused by extreme heat, electricity, harsh chemicals, sunlight, and radiation. Severe burns are visible and permanent and can be camouflaged with our technique.  There are 4 types of burns – first degree, second degree, third degree, and forth degree burns.  Forth degree burns, or full-thickness burns, are the most severe where the skin is destroyed completely with damage to the underlying structures such as tendons, nerves, and bones.


We offer SMP or Scalp Micropigmentation. SMP uses a specialized tattoo method to place individual dots on your scalp to replicate hair follicles.  Even at close range, these dots look so natural that people cannot tell the difference between your real hair follicles and SMP.  SMP is permanent solution to hair loss and it is a great alternative to hair transplant if you don’t have enough donor hair.