Micropigmentation is a technique widely used in aesthetics because it helps to improve the patient's physical details, but it also has clinical applications, that is, in patients who have received cancer treatments, for cases of vitiligo and baldness, and to hide scars.
Micropigmentation is an aesthetic specialty whose objective is to semi-permanently correct, modify, beautify and balance certain facial or body features through the implantation of pigments at the epidermal level (superficial layer of the skin).
Regarding the use of this technique, of course, one of the biggest concerns in patients is if it will be noticeable and if it will look natural.
Being a corrective aesthetic procedure, it should look as natural as possible and fortunately this technique allows it to be so.
For the correct application of this technique, the training of the professional in charge of the session is essential since the experience, the material used and the conditions must be adequate. If applied based on these guidelines, it leads to excellent results with a very natural look and finish.
This technique can be applied to those patients who wish to correct or enhance their features, as long as they are not hypersensitive to needles since the equipment used is based on them. On the other hand, it is not recommended in those people who have a tendency to keloid problems. In these patients, this procedure can be counterproductive and instead of finding an improvement, scars can instead occur.
In the preliminary moment to micropigmentation, the professional must ask some routine questions in addition to the cosmetological evaluation (the skin must have a balance, there must be no lacerations, previous wounds). It must be determined if the skin is in stable condition to proceed with treatment.
WHAT ADVANTAGES DOES IT OFFER?
It is a quick procedure to perform.
Depending on the area, the estimated time is between 30 minutes and two hours.
It is a reversible procedure over time, since it lasts from two to five years and can be modified at any time.
The results are immediately visible.
It is a very comfortable option because in the long run it saves time, as well as solving aesthetic problems and allergies to some makeup.
The pigments used are approved by the health authorities and are mixed individually for each case.
The aesthetic specialty has as a corrective purpose to improve the alterations that the patient presents as in the case of people who underwent chemotherapy and had a loss of hair or eyebrows, then a technique can be performed on the scalp that helps to visibly improve the absence of it with the Pelo a Pelo procedure. With this treatment, its presence can be simulated.
Scalp micropigmentation provides a valid solution to all problems of scarcity or absence of hair, baldness, alopecia, scars, etc. Naturally recreates the optical presence of hair. Essentially designed for men, it also solves problems of female alopecia or sparse hair, both in the hair and on the face.
Using skin tones adapted to the color of the skin and appropriate micropigmentation techniques, it is possible to create the chromatic effects to provide the closest solution to reality.
This specialization is currently in strong demand due to the high number of cases of breast cancer and the rise of cosmetic breast surgery. Used as a therapeutic complement, micropigmentation is revealed as the only valid technique to solve unwanted unsightly problems and restore self-esteem and psychological and social well-being to the people who suffer from them.
It has a corrective use in the nipple reconstruction process in cases of mastectomies or in scars that may have been left behind after aesthetic surgeries, as well as in patients with cleft lip problems in which a correction can be made in that area, making it look better. Mimic the condition.
This technique is also widely used for aesthetic purposes.
For example, to correct small irregularities or facial asymmetries, it is applied to redesign the shape and thickness of the eyebrows, optical increase in the volume of the eyelashes with the Eyeliner; outlined on the upper eyelid.
Another area in which this technique is worked on is the lip contour, giving more volume and color, allowing the completion of daily makeup in a simple, comfortable and fast way. Some people like moles in a particular region of the body and now with this technique you can show them off naturally.
People with vitiligo have resorted to this technique, since with micropigmentation it is possible to camouflage depigmentation by implanting artificial pigmentation where there is none.
It should be noted that in this case it is purely aesthetic. It is not a curative treatment. Although it is very fast and very effective and the patient benefits from an instant psychological improvement.
SOME MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED
People who wish to undergo this procedure must go with professionals who support their procedures with the correct use of the material. It is of the utmost importance that it be new and disposable, the pigments must be those established for this procedure, thus avoiding color migrations. Likewise, the hygiene of the place where the micropigmentation will be carried out must be rigorously safe to avoid any type of contamination. Therefore, the professional must take specific care such as the use of material such as gloves, hat, chinstrap and disposable material during work.
On the other hand, an allergy test must be performed on the patient before performing the procedure.
The test is carried out by applying a pigment point on the earlobe, it can be skin-colored so that no trace is left and it must be left to act for 24 hours. In case of inflammation or allergic reaction to the pigment, it is recommended to suspend the procedure. In Claudia's Plan B we recommend carrying out this allergy test one day before during the design, in this way the patient's safety is covered.
POST PROCEDURE CARE
It is vitally important to talk with the patient beforehand about what the procedure to which they are going to undergo is like and what their body's reactions could be during and after the procedure.
It is important that the person knows that it is a multi-session procedure depending on the area to be covered and that after the first session they must undergo a touch-up 30 days after the first procedure, since it loses 50 to 70 percent pigment that is fixed in the second session and will remain fixed for the established time (2 to 5 years)
The type of skin in the patient as well as age are factors that determine the duration of the pigment in the skin, this goes hand in hand with the process of desquamation of dead cells that the body produces from time to time (Young skin lasts 2-3 years and in adult skins 3-5 years).
The presence of scabs at the time of healing lasts 3-7 days.
Apply a good antibiotic cream during the healing period.
Avoid contact with water for three days in the worked region.
Do not expose the worked area to the sun, or to high temperatures (saunas or waxing).
The scab that forms should not be forcibly removed. It is another of the safety measures that the patient must take care of.
If you're looking for a safe, effective, and long-lasting solution to improve your hair density and appearance, scalp micropigmentation may be the perfect choice for you. Contact us for more information.
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