To make those scars we imagined would be visible forever in our skin less evident, I developed a unique way of dermopigmentation: the Iwama Sensitive Technique. A method that softens the contrast of shades around the skin, without affecting the tissue.


The camouflage can be made in regions of the body that have suffered any type of cut or small burns, which have resulted in a whiter spot.


Since we can’t camouflage the scar that is still reddish, it is necessary to wait at least six months, to reach the white color, and to assure it is completely healed.


Scars Camouflage



The differential of the delicacy of the technique I created to do the dermopigmentation, is it provides an extremely natural result, due to the perception of the deepness in which we should work with each type of skin. This makes the procedure practically not cause any bleeding or pain.


The concern with the current and future health’s preservation make the procedure even more advantageous for not causing any losses on the scar. The technique works on the skin in a superficial way, decreasing the difference of shades in the region.


Even with sun exposure won’t occur any alterations to the color that was initially placed, only the natural degradation of the pigmentation as time goes on, until it completely disappears. This is because I use pigments that guarantee the safety and quality of my results.





After the procedure, the tissue will gradually heal. Within the first three days, the color will be more intense. After this period, a soft peeling can occur in the area, revealing a lighter color, showing in some cases the loss of up to 50% of the pigment. Which is why we do a touch up session, to achieve the ideal shade of the camouflage.


Without reactions such as pain, itchiness or intense peeling, the complete healing of the tissue will happen in the period of 45 days.





The average durability is from two to four years, but since each organism reacts in a different way, the time of durability can increase or decrease.


Normally, two sessions are necessary to obtain a satisfactory result. However, each person contains a unique aesthetic sense, which more sessions can be necessary to get to the desired result.





Even though this is a safe and effective technique, it is not recommended to:


  • Dark scars

  • Scars from keloid

  • Red scars with less than six months

  • Recently tanned skins

  • Pregnant and lactating women

  • People with uncontrolled diabetes

  • People who take anticoagulants medicine

  • People with keloid history