Scar revision, which helps to flatten and smooth uneven skin after it is completely healed, can be done without surgery using a tattoo needle without pigment. Although it takes place slowly–over weeks and months between visits–the results can be quite an improvement. I am currently working with a young man who was hurt in a serious automobile accident 5 years ago with significant injuries to the left side of his face, and I have seen improvements for clients who have had scarring acne. Watch this website for photos illustrating the process.
By Mary Hunter on June 1, 2012
I plan to be in Richmond at the office of Dr. Michael Godin, 410 Libbie Avenue on Friday, June 21. Please call me (434.825.0481) to schedule an appointment or a free consultation, which carries no obligation. I am usually there at least one day per month.
Roanoke permanent makeup and paramedical clinic dates: Friday and Saturday, June 28 and 29; Friday, July 26
By Mary Hunter on January 9, 2012
I plan to be back in Roanoke on Friday and Saturday, June 28 and 29, and Friday, July 26 (with a possible extension to Saturday, July 27). The location is Medical Grade Skin Care, Inc., 4523 Brambleton Avenue SW. To make an appointment please contact me at 434.825.0481. I am usually there one day per month, at least.
By Mary Hunter on July 14, 2011
Thanks to a recent caller who referred to this article from February 2011. It is a well-stated and apt warning for anyone considering permanent makeup, and, I believe, presents a more balanced report than the NPR story. As noted before, I welcome all questions about my materials, my methods, and my qualifications. Please read the About page on this website, which includes references to my training and to my relationship with the medical community and with highly respected, local aesthetic practitioners. I frequently consult with them in the case of skin conditions and scar management, and I have been honored by their continuing referrals.