At Exquisite Aesthetics, we offer two different treatments for Stretch Marks



For a natural treatment to stretch marks, we recommend pre-treating each individual stretch mark with our "Ink-less" Professional Pretreatment Method. Double licensed as a body artist, esthetician, and an early pioneer of the Ink-less Stretch Mark Repair treatment, we understand that it is best to REPAIR the damaged skin rather than cover it with ink.



Our "Ink" technique begins by carefully analyzing your skin tone, background, and complete assessment of the Fitzpatrick scale. We then create a custom blend of pigment colors to match your skin tone. The pigment will then be deposited into the dermal layer of your skin, creating a blending effect that makes your stretch marks less noticeable.


Who Should Avoid Stretch Mark Camouflage?

  • Pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding
  • Skin Diseases
  • Anemic
  • Hemophilia
  • Keloids
  • Diabetes
  • Infectious Diseases

Stretch Mark Treatment Pricing:

Average cost: $500+ per area, per session depending on size of affected area.

Email a picture of the area to be treated in natural lighting (no bathroom lighting please) to [email protected].

Important: This may not be a 1-2 session treatment and may require multiple sessions to achieve a desired result. You will go through stages where the treated area may get “darker” like a scab before healing to the true color. Patience is a virtue, trust the process.

Frequently Asked Questions
No, we implant the pigment to the 2nd layer of the skin, therefore the sun does not touch your pigment. The only thing that tans is the 1st layer, which is the epidermis. If anything; there is less of a contrast than a non-camouflaged stretch mark.
It’s called Pretreament aka “Ink-less” for a reason. As a licensed aesthetician, we know how important it is to treat the skin before implanting pigment as a camouflage. However, there are exceptions to every rule and this is not a one size fits all. Come see us for a fully customized treatment plan that’s catered to your individual needs.
It’s not painful at all and numbing is not necessary. Although, it can be a little sensitive when you’re menstruating.
It all depends on the severity of the areas that’s being treated. Anywhere from 1-2 hours on average.
You may resume work immediately after, but no working out for a few days. Please avoid saunas, hot tubs, steamy-hot showers, and steam rooms for 30 days after treatment.
Comfortable, loose clothing.