Dry Tattooing scars and stretch marks training course
Saline Tattoo Removal Training with Lisa Henning using Botched Ink®

Dry Tattooing, Improving Scars & Stretch Marks

In-Person Training with Model Class

The course focuses on advanced skin needling on the body for scars and stretch marks, and scarring on the face. We do not cover beauty skin needling treatments

This course includes my Masterclass knowledge!

Our 2 day training is full of theory, demos and working on models, plus support as you carry out your first 3 treatments. Training with Lisa Henning, the owner and developer of Botched Ink

👋 Already offering dry tattooing/inkless method? Join my Masterclass

UK approved by Insync Insurance

Existing training requirements: In-person training in permanent makeup machine method (6 months+) or advanced beauty (with needles). Having experience in any body treatments i.e. waxing, is a bonus

Booking Deposit: The balance payment is due 1 month before your booked date

Regular price£1,500 GBP
  • Limited availability - 4 places left

Your Trainer & Location

Lisa Henning. Beautiful Ink, 4 Market Place. Stockport SK1 1EW United Kingdom. 15 minute taxi (10 miles) from Manchester International Airport (MAN). By Manchester motorways. Direct trains from London and other major cities

Contact: +44 7530 978856. Also available to chat on WhatsApp and Instagram 

Precise skin stimulation
What is Dry Tattooing?

Dry Tattooing microneedling is used to reduce scars, stretch marks, burns or deep lines and wrinkles. We use a digital tattoo machine, working at needle depths up to 1.5mm

The treatment has been known within the medical community for almost 30 years as MCA Micro Needling, Collagen Induction Therapy and more.

Today we might know the treatment as the Inkless Method. However for both clients and professionals, it’s still relatively unheard of to use a tattoo machine to improve scars and stretch marks, with needling pens and rollers mostly used

Want to find out more? Schedule a call with Lisa today!

Dry Tattooing Scar and Stretch Mark Treatment
Advanced skin treatments
MCA Micro Needling

After my initial skin needling training in 2013, I didn't like the term MCA Micro Needling, and researched around the world for what better name to call this treatment. I saw that one or two techs said MCA was also known as Dry Tattooing or Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), but in fact no-one was calling the treatment Dry tattooing, so I decided to!

Under the name Dry Tattooing the public, and techs around the world, either wanted to have a treatment, or learn how to do it from me. Early 2015 I began offering Dry Tattooing training, having already carried out 250+ treatments on clients. For me, this is an advanced medical needling treatment, and I required students to have permanent makeup experience

realities & possibilities
Why did this work?

Being a curious kind of person, and wanting my clients to know I was as invested as them in the results we could achieve, I learned a lot, quickly!

Clients with stretch marks were booking a course of 3 treatments with me, and as Dry Tattooing appointments can be several hours, we chatted, they shared, I learned. Why did one client gets results quicker than another... patterns developed

Realising this helped me prepare clients for possible results, and how we could help their skin get the best results

I'll be sharing this knowledge during my Dry Tattooing Masterclass, and why this knowledge is also valuable to anyone offering treatments to improve scars and stretch marks

Dry Tattooing Scar and Stretch Mark Treatment
Dry Tattooing Scar and Stretch Mark Treatment
A last resort, not first
skin camouflage treatments

This photo shows results I was able to achieve naturally, with one dry tattooing treatment. No camouflage pigment was used

Yes, tattoo pigments have evolved over the years, and are now less likely to fade to the pink, russet, orange and yellow colours we used to see, but pigment colours still change over the years, and what was once a good colour match, ends up looking less so

Tattooing skin coloured pigments to hide these superficial, barely indented stretch marks has unfortunately become the norm

Shiny white stretch marks can easily and naturally repigment for many clients. Let me explain how!

working on fresh scars
Scar prevention

Wanting to have a fully rounded treatment offering, I needed to check truths and bust a few myths about skin healing, and when to offer treatments for best results

It comes down to a basic understanding of what we're doing with these skin needling treatments. You'll spot I don't get very technical, that's because my learning was hands on, with instincts based on logic and theories, plus respecting a client enough to share my reasoning with them, allowing them to give an informed consent to any treatment

Again coming back to how I learned the realities and possibilities of this treatment, applying much of this knowledge into developing Botched Ink, the serum and training

Dry Tattooing Scar and Stretch Mark Treatment

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