Remove Your Stretch Marks with Tattoos?

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If you feel self-conscious about stretch marks and have tried creams, serums, and gels unsuccessfully, getting skin-colored tattoos might be the solution. 

Necole is very frustrated with her stretch marks sharing her arms and shoulders are most affected. After giving birth to her 2 children, she says they became worse and feels "embarrassed and uncomfortable." The Doctors sent her to tattoo artist Alicia Shapiro of New Image Beauty Bar.

Alicia explains she color-matched tattoo ink to blend in with Necole's skin and the tattoo artist begins to tattoo right on top of Necole's marks. The tattoo artist says the treatment will last a lifetime and can also be used to treat scars.

Following the treatment, the redness and swelling subsided and Necole says she is "so excited with the results" and that the treatment has changed her life.

"It has given me my confidence back," Necole says, sharing she is now wearing tank tops and is looking forward to wearing even more revealing clothing. As far as pain, Necole says the procedure was only a 3 out of 10 for her.

Stretch mark tattooing -- which can be used on all skin types -- will usually run anywhere from $500 to $2500 dollars, Alicia says, noting the size of the area being covered will determine the price. 

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