Micropigmentation


Specialty of Dermatology

Permanent makeup, or micro pigmentation, is a facial treatment that is carried out with a device called a dermograph. During this process pigments are implanted beneath the epidermis by needle micro insertion. This is a painless method and the person gets an immediate makeup effect with a very natural final result that allows: to highlight some facial features, for example giving more expressiveness to the look or simulating a larger volume of eyelashes; beautify and make more perfect some areas of the face, such as the profile of the lips or the shape of the eyebrows; or correct some imperfections or asymmetries of the face, like a cleft lip with scars. Prior to the completion of the treatment, a study of the person's bone structure and skin should be performed, as well as an allergy test to ensure that the pigments to be applied will be well tolerated. You should also take into account your age, and personal preferences when choosing a style of micro pigmentation. Anyway, it is a semi-permanent treatment that lasts between two and five years since the pigments are reabsorbed by the skin. This is why it is recommended to have a retouch during that time.


*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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