Micropigmentation

Enhancing facial features

Micropigmentation

Micropigmentation, or permanent make-up, was already used by the Egyptians around 3000 years BC, spreading later to China and Japan. Today it is also typical in the west.
 
This technique helps solve aesthetic problems such as the reconstruction of faint or non-existent eyebrows, defining lip line, outlining eyes, simulating hair on the scalp, camouflaging natural or post-operative scars, vitiligo or loss of skin pigmentation, the creation of areola after breast reconstruction, etc. It can also be useful for active people who want make-up that doesn´t alter when doing sport such as swimming, who have problems in applying make-up correctly or for those who simply want to save time.

Procedure

The process consists of inserting pigment implants under the skin using a dermographic pencil. The treatment lasts approximately an hour and a half, depending on the area to be treated. The type, position and tone are agreed with the patient before the final application.

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