Thanks to its innovative principle, the electrodermograph can be used to solve a range of issues related to adjustment of tattoos, scars or blemishes on the skin.

With electrodermography infact, you can use your pen-shaped handpiece like a rubber to adjust tattoos for any errors or imperfections. The electrodermograph works through dehydration of the skin by acting directly on melanin, without causing cuts or burns. Treated skin areas usually cure within three weeks, resulting of a permanently lighter skin tone than the surrounding areas.

In presence of scars the electrodermograph allows operators to follow the pattern already existing in the scar and to transform it into a decoration, with better aesthetic result.

By adding this new device to their tools, professionals can offer a complete service to lovers of skin decorations, improving the performance of drawings and opening new alternatives and solutions without sacrificing the safety of modern technology and art.


The Electrodermographic will appear a light whitish colour or slightly brown as soon as it has been done. The scab will thicken in the first 15 days and the treated area will become redder. In the third week the scab will begin to fall – don’t remove it or bathe it if possible (cover it with a waterproof plaster, if necessary) – don’t apply creams or moisturizer.

The treated area will recover in approximately 28 days. Some Electrodermographics appear white more quickly, others remain darker and clear up after some months; it all depends on the skin type. In order to speed up the healing, a sun bed can be used, but not before at least 40 days from the date of the Electrodermographic treatment.

Use for Cover up Tattoos

Legally, when removing a tattoo, you should be able to guarantee to recreate the original colour of the skin, but the skin treated with the Electrodermograph will remain unavoidably whiter. In the event of the complete removal of a tattoo, it is important to make a recognisable shape on the skin (such as a star, a circle, a triangle… etc) transforming the electrodermography into a decoration.

The result of the work depends on:

  • the depth of the existing tattoo
  • the type of pigment that has been used for it
  • the age of the tattoo.