Intradermal pigmentation is a new and exciting, revolutionary method of applying micro insertions of natural pigments into the derml layer of the skin. This state of art technique is proven and speciafically designed to be completely safe.
It is used for a variety of semi-permanent make up enhancements such as eyebrows, eye liner, lash enhancements as well as lip liner/full lip colour and beauty spots.
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The procedure of eyebrows mimics the appearance of hair in the brow line. This can be applied as a block lines, hair strokes or full, thick hair simulation. Anyone wishing to have more fullness and/or refinement of the brows will love the procedure. Just imagine having perfect brows all the time, especially in hot weather, and during all sporting activities and swimming.
Alopecia sufferers and/or hair loss conditions, such as a result of chemotherapy treatments are pleasantly surprised how natural it looks.
Eyeliner will give a subtle look to make those eyes look bigger and more defined. It can be applied as either as soft, subtle shading or as a bolder, definite line. Opthalmologists have recommended this procedure for those who may be allergic to conventional make up and for those wearing contact lenses.
Another subtle natural look, mimicking lots of tiny eyelashes with the implantation of pigments in the lash lines. This is popular with both male and female clients.
Lip liner / Half a blush
The implantation of pigments into the contours of the lip will give a more defined shape to the lips and make them more attractive. It can appear to change the size and shape of the lips and give a subtle enhancement to the mouth shape.
A full lip colour helps to prevent lipstick from bleeding into the surrounding skin and can give a more pleasant colour to the lips in general. A soft pink is popular for a natural look or if you prefer, a more dramatic colour to give the appearance of permanentely applied lipstick. This will save you continuously applying lipstick, after eating, drinking and kissing (not to mention not leaving others with your lipstick liss marks).
Place that little beauty spot where you most desire, it will look natural and give that last finishing touch to your beautiful face.
How it is the treatment performed?
The procedure is performed by fully trained and qualified micro pigmentation practioner Monika Krygier and state of art digital equipment is used.
What pigments are used?
All natural pigmnets are used, including our wide sectrum of colours which are safe and medically approved. The colour choice is discussed prior to the procedure during a consulation, to achieve the most desired results.
How long does it take?
The procedure takes place after a full consulation with the pratictioner to discuss the treatment colours and requirements of the client. This whole procedure will take approximately 1.5 - 2 hours depending upon requirements.
Is it painful?
The procedure is not normally painful. However, depending on client sensitivity, there may be some discomfort, but with advance new equipment, techniques and anaesthetics, discmfort is kept to a minimum. A topical anaesthetic is used to numb treatment areas and minimize any pain that might otherwise be felt.
How long will the colour last?
Although pigment molecules remain in the skin indefinitely, and depending on variable factors, i.e. age, skin type, colour choice and lifestyle, the colour will remain visible anything from 6 months to 2-3 years. It is always recommended to have 2 treatments with an approximate 2-4 weeks intervals between procedures. Based upon these factors, it is advisable to repeat the procedures every 12 months to keep a fresh and defined look.
It is always recommended that the procedure takes 2 treatments to perfect final results, since immediately post procedure the area may appear slightly swollen and will give a redness in the skin. The colour will appear darker and more intense immediately post-treatment, but this will only last for 2-5 days. of course every client is different but the healing process, normally takes about 1 to 3 weeks while the pigmentation matures and reaches its final colour.