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Medical Tattooing

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What we offer

We have recently offered Medical Tattoo treatments, including cleft lip, alopecia brows, nipple, areola and scar camouflage. Medical tattooing, also known as micro-pigmentation, can effectively treat discolored or poor surgical scars and help women with any nipple concerns particularly women who have been through breast cancer.

At Danielle James Clinic Cheshire, we can help you gain confidence again and empower yourself through your body journey with medical tattoo treatments. If you have a visible difference, such as a scar or skin condition on your face or body, it can affect your confidence, self-esteem and ability to face the world.

How does it work?

Medical Tattooing is implanting medically certified pigment into the skin, creating definition, shading and colour. It can treat the following conditions:

  • Scarring
  • Skin grafts
  • Nipple and areola
  • Cleft lip
  • Port-wine stains
  • Vitiligo
  • Lack of pigment in the skin
  • Lack of hair on brows, lash line, and scalp
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The number of sessions will depend upon the area’s size to be treated, the level of discolouration and the outcomes of any healed surgery results. How well the aftercare is adhered to is also very important. The treatment is not painful but can be tender; an anaesthetic numbing creams can be used before and during the treatment to control the sensation and ensure clients are comfortable.

The final results can be life-changing and will tend to look darker in appearance at first. However, this will soften during the healing period, the colour will lighten considerably. At Danielle James Clinic Cheshire, we recommend that you follow a simple aftercare routine that involves basic care of the area and applying a gentle balm or lotion.

Get In Touch

At Danielle James Clinic, we are happy to provide you with a free consultation; we can also answer any questions regarding the treatments we offer.

To discuss any treatment in Cheshire, please call us on either telephone: 0151 329 3110 or mobile: 07720636702, you can email us via