Micropigmentation, also known as permanent makeup or cosmetic tattooing, is a technique used to create the illusion of natural makeup by implanting pigment into the skin. The procedure involves using a tattoo gun or other specialized equipment to deposit pigments into the dermal layer of the skin.
The pigments used in micro pigmentation are typically made from iron oxide and other safe, non-toxic materials. The procedure can be used to enhance or create the appearance of eyebrows, eyeliner, lips, and other facial features. It can also be used to cover up scarring, such as from a cleft lip or other types of facial injuries.
The procedure is typically done by a trained and licensed technician, such as a cosmetic tattoo artist or a dermapigmentologist, in a sterile studio or clinic, using disposable needles and other equipment. The procedure usually takes around 1-2 hours, depending on the area being treated.
It’s important to note that the color of the tattoo may fade over time, especially those applied on the skin area exposed to sunlight. Touch-up treatments may be necessary to maintain the desired color and shape. Also, tattoo removal can be difficult and may require multiple treatments or may not be possible at all. It’s important to carefully consider the decision before getting a micro pigmentation.
Areola Restoration is the process by which a pigment is implanted into the skin surrounding the nipple of a breast following breast and nipple reconstruction due to breast cancer. Creating a soft natural areola.
Scars from surgery or an accident can lower your self-esteem and confidence. Camouflage is a great solution that works on hiding the scar with tattoo treatments.
Scalp Micropigmentation is an innovative treatment used to combat all types of hair loss disorders. The beauty of SMP, conceals the devastating effects that hair loss leaves behind. With the method behind its magic being to restore hairlines, pigments are blended to harmonize with your skin tones and