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Micropigmentation (also known as dermopigmentation, permanent or semi-permanent make-up) is a special aesthetic treatment used to correct, modify, beautify and balance features semi-permanently.

Permanent outlining is a fast and effective treatment that resolves many aesthetic problems, improving the appearance of eyebrows, eyes and lips, scars or nipple areolae.

Permanent outlining is carried out using mineral pigments under the skin which approximately one week after implantation and a phase of strong colour, fade to leave a more natural appearance that will last for years.

The colour gradually weakens. Shape and colour can be altered according to fashion or personal preferences. Micropigmentation of the eyes, eyebrows and lips is no longer a luxury; it is a necessity of modern-day life. This technique is not only used to beautify, it is also used to correct serious image problems that can often cause complexes in people such as inexistent or thin eyebrows, droopy eyelids, inexpressive eyes, and small, asymmetrical, discoloured or lifeless lips.

Micropigmentation is a painless procedure as a local anaesthetic is first applied to the area to be treated.

A micropigmentation session lasts between 1.5 and 3 hours, as your features are studied before the procedure in order to detect minor imperfections that once corrected will enhance your beauty. A corrector pen is then used to draw the outline until you are completely satisfied with the chosen shape, and following this stage only the outlined area is pigmented, choosing the design and colour together with the consultant.

Benefits of Micropigmentation:

  • Scar Removal – For scar removal a micropigmentation process called MCA and Dry Needling is performed on the scar to activate the body’s natural collagen beneath the skin. This flattens the scar and in most cases re pigments the scar to look like the surrounding undamaged skin.
  • Skin Camouflage – If repigmentation does not occur through MCA and Dry Needling then a procedure called Skin Camouflage is required. Skin Camouflage uses non permanent pigments to match the skin tone to camouflage the area and look like the surrounding skin. The same Skin Camouflage technique can also be used for wherever there is pigment loss to the skin so is very beneficial to Vitiligo sufferers.
  • Areola Tattooing – Micropigmentation is used for Areola Tattooing post surgery. People who have had a breast reduction and the nipple is removed or breast cancer sufferers and the nipple is required to be removed. Areola tattooing uses micropigmentation to implant pigments to create a fake areola. A very natural 3D look can be achieved by applying light and shadow tones.
  • Tattoo Removal – Tattoo removal uses the same micropigmentation machine and needles however the pigment is replaced with a specially formulated removals cream. This cream attaches itself to the pigment and is naturally expelled from the skin over a few weeks. As the cream is expelled the pigment is expelled with it.

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