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Permanent Makeup: The Healing Process

Tired of pencilling your eyebrows every day?

Unlike a traditional tattoo, the end result of permanent eyebrows produces soft, subtle, muted edges giving the brow a totally natural look. The brow is designed and measured in alignment with the bone structure of your face, therefore, producing the perfectly shaped eyebrow, whilst adding balance and symmetry importantly, they frame your face.

What To Expect During The Healing Process

Day: 1-2: What you will see is about 20-40% darker, bolder and more solid than what your healed result will present. Under the pigment, the skin is red and colour pigment has been deposited into the layer of skin which contains dead skin cells, minimal amounts of blood…this combination, give the appearance of a darker colour.

There may be minimal swelling, but because typically the eyebrow area does not retain much fluid, the swelling will be limited.

The top layers of skin will begin to shed on about day 3-5 and you will see some loss of colour. This is normal, and the pigment that was deposited superficially will come off with the dead skin cells.

Do not help it peel. Let it peel off on its own. To pull the skin off at this point, you will remove ‘plugs’ of dermal pigments that have not yet detached themselves completely from the skin.

Day 3: Your eyebrows may begin to itch and the pigment may appear somewhat raised.  Do not scratch them; apply your prescribed healing, calming, and antiseptic cream, sparingly.

Day 4-6: The skin in now in the throes of rapid exfoliation and if left alone the skin will shed evenly. The colour under the exfoliating skin will continue to appear light until the epidermis takes on its more transparent characteristics, over the next couple of weeks it will continue to heal.

Day 30-40: Now it is time to critique your brows as you have had a full cycle of cellular regeneration in which the tattoo has now become part of the dermis, seen under the epidermis.

Time to make your appointment with your specialist for any adjustments that may be necessary.

Contact Margot with any questions.

Margot Jaillet has recently purchased the world’s first computerised permanent cosmetic device which specializes in medical procedures and permanent cosmetics, after attending an international conference in San Diego, California this year. This new and powerful device has a lot to boast about. Given its high-level frequency of needle insertions per second, this device is a key feature for cosmetic tattoo and medical applications. Areola restorations, scar camouflage, skin re-pigmentation and others are just a few procedures that this device can now accomplish.

Further Benefits:

  • Adjustable programmes that deal with individual eyebrows, eyeliner, lips and scar camouflage.
  • All insertions are evenly spaced and are of exactly the same size.
  • An Automatic needle setting to best zone in on a pigmentated area of the skin.
  • Controls set to a soft touch setting for simple and hygienic operation.
  • Overall Digital Control for ensuring a consistent needle speed for above excellent pigmentation results.

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