Healing Artistry Studio and academy

"Be  Your Own Kind of Beautiful"

Background and Benefits

Amidst a career of over 25 years in the dental and medical field, Deborah began a journey in 2011 as a certified and licensed Paramedical Tattoo Artist. During the last 11 years she has had the amazing opportunity to collaborate with many clients in her studio.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Specializing in:
  • Scar Camouflage
  • Non-Laser Tattoo Removal
  • 3D Areola Restorative Tattoos
Medical micro-pigmentation (tattooing) is a revolutionary method that allows skin tone pigments/inks, to be gently layered into the skin. She offers the highest quality in the industry, by utilizing advanced techniques and quality products. She is precise and passionate about her work and always gives her attention to detail, client care, and comfort. She always meets with clients for a complimentary consultation; this give the client and Deborah a chance to meet and allows them to address any questions or concerns. This time together also gives clients the opportunity to view her portfolio. She holds credentials and is registered and licensed in the state of Washington and is in compliance with HIPAA and WISHA laws.

                                                           


     How Can You Benefit from Medical Tattooing?  

Men and women from all ages and walks of life can benefit. Paramedical tattooing techniques can be applied in many ways. Scar camouflage helps reduce the appearance of trauma to the tissues due to scars caused by:

  • Accidents/ Injuries
  • Surgery
  • Burns
  • Self-Harm
  • Skin Grafts
  • Congenital Anomaly/Cleft Lip

Hair simulation, another aspect of scar camouflage helps restore the appearance of missing hair lost to illness, trauma, surgery, or natural thinning within an eyebrow. Hair transplant scars can be camouflaged with scalp micropigmentation which mimics the appearance of hair within the scar.

Areola tattooing helps post mastectomy patients by creating a 3D areola nipple complex on the reconstructed breast. The appearance of incision scars from breast surgeries for augmentation, reduction, breast lift, and top surgeries can also be camouflaged.