Category Archive: Scar Relaxation

Jun 08

Who Can Take a Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy™, Skin Micro Needling Class?

FAQ for Skin Needling, Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy (CRT)™, Scar Relaxation™ and  Melanocyte Restoration™ classes.   Q. Will I work under my cosmetology, aesthetics, nail technician or other state beauty license for Skin Needling™ / Micro Needling, Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy™, Melanocyte Restoration™ and Scar Relaxation™? In most states NO! In most states you will NOT be performing  these  procedures under …

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Apr 11

Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy / Skin Needling Classes

Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy, Micro Needling Class

WHO: Learn from the Creator and Pioneer Susan Church CCPC, who in 1988 created what is known as ‘Treatment By Accident’ WHAT: 2 Day – Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy™/Skin Needling™, Scar Relaxation™ and Melanocyte Restoration™ Educational Seminar WHEN: May 1 and 2. 2016 WHERE: Costa Mesa, CA TIME: 9:30am – 5:00pm  Daily COST: $1597.00 for May 1 and 2. 2016 …

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Aug 11

Skin Needling Is It Here To Stay?

What is the future of these applications? Collagen Rejuvenation Therapy ™(CRT), Neocollageneses, Skin Needling and what ever else you would like to call it. Rumors have it that’ a board’ is talking about taking our power away from us  to preform ‘Skin Needling’™, Melanocyte Restoration and Scar Relaxation on our clients. Rumblings have been going on for …

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Oct 20

Scar Relaxation on a Burn Survivor

Anyone that has scar tissue from being burned, surgery or injury must view the heartfelt story of Maria Patterson. If you know of anyone that could benefit from this service please let us know. Procedures on burn survivors are all pro bono! Watch Maria’s testamonial on:

Oct 19

Testimonial for Scar Relaxation

What Maria Patterson, a burn victim, had to say about Scar Relaxation. _______________________________________ Scar Relaxation is the application of repetitive circular tattooing movements to create a softer skin texture and to soften the fibrous bands of collagen (scar tissue) to give the patient more flexibility in their movements. This procedure works well on all contracted …

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Jan 14

Who Started Skin Needling?

Who Started Skin Needling™?   Confused over who started Skin Needling™? Some people are. For those of you that are not aware of Susan Church’s work, let’s clear up the misconceptions. She is the first person that is on record for discovering Skin Needling™ using a coil tattoo machine on burn patients starting in 1988. …

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Oct 30

Corrective Pigment Camouflage: Part 3 of 3

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This information is part 3 in this 3-part series. In this article, we will concentrate on Scar Relaxation, procedure after care for C.P.C., and the final results. Scar Relaxation is the application of repetitive circular tattooing movements to create a softer skin texture and to soften the fibrous bands of collagen (scar tissue) to give …

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Oct 29

Corrective Pigment Camouflage: Part 2 of 3

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This information is part 2 in a 3-part series. This selection will consist of distinguishing skin undertones, patch and sensitivity tests, proper equipment, pigment, technique and time frame from application to application. Pre CPC and Scar Relaxation A 33-year old patient has contractures extending from the tip of the left ear, over the zygomatic, to …

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Oct 27

Skin Needling, Melanocyte Restoration and Scar Relaxation

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Scar Relaxation   Susan Church first introduced Scar Relaxation to the world of permanent cosmetics at the inaugural SPCP (Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals) conference in 1991, after she discovered its benefits while working on several burn survivors in concert with Dr. Grossman. As you will see, this is a process that still presents huge …

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Oct 27

Corrective Pigment Camouflage: Part 1 of 3

Part I of a 3-part series. This article will deal with the consultation of a burn patient. Information will include: patient expectations, the ability to tolerate pain (pre-procedure sedation), consulting with the patient’s physician, pre-care and photos. Our primary concern is to correct tissue color defects and create the illusion of smoother looking skin. Dr. Francis Cook …

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