Camouflage therapy is a treatment that fades a discolouration of the skin or a scar with the help of skin treatments or camouflaging creams.
In the practices of Huidtherapeut NL, two types of camouflage creams are offered: Dermacolor and Lira BB cream.
This camouflage cream has been specially developed to camouflage color deviations of the skin, scars and tattoos. The cream is easy to apply, is water and wipe-resistant, hypoallergenic and suitable for all skin types
Lira Clinical BB cream
Lira BB cream This camouflage is on a foundation basis. It is a very light and breathable camouflage cream. The product is suitable for camouflage freckles, redness and superficial scars. The cream contains an SPF30 and skin-repairing ingredients, making the cream also suitable for applying after acne or laser treatment.
In addition, Huidtherapeut NL also looks at treatments that can remedy the color deviation such as Chemical Peelings and Pigment Laser.
A chemical peel causes peeling of the epidermis. This removes the upper skin layer (in the correct manner). Skin renewal, new cell and collagen production are stimulated by this. The degree of flaking depends on the type and strength of the chemical peel.
Laser Pigmentation Removal
The laser light is absorbed by the pigment in the pigment spot. This pigment spot will therefore temporarily darken. Inside the pigment spot, the pigment chains are broken and the skin gradually cleans up the pigment.
Result Camouflage therapy
First consultation free and without obligation
The first appointment is free and without obligation. During the first appointment, the intake, we go through your details and relevant medical history with you. Here we look at whether there may be a (relative) contraindication, so that treatment may not be an option.
We also look closely at the skin and then draw up an individual treatment plan based on this skin analysis. You will receive information about the treatment and advice.
Reimbursements by health insurers
Acne therapy, camouflage therapy, laser hair removal and edema therapy are (partially) reimbursed by most insurance companies. Ask your skin therapist for advice if you are unsure whether a certain treatment is reimbursed.