Permanent make up is not only an efficient way to naturally enhance your beauty, but it can also be used as a successful paramedic tool to give back a smile to give back a smile to those who might have lost it.
Ethics and Safety
Micropigmentation, as well as the best known tattooing, are techniques that, although they enter into common use, must follow the same precautionary criteria of a real medical practice.
At Angela Terlizzi’s Permanent Makeup Clinic they are used exclusively:
- Specific sterile packages for each dermopigmentation treatment
- Very high hygienic procedures
- High quality pigments
- High-tech devices and equipment
Why are they fundamental?
The protective function of the human skin has a very delicate balance. If you do not act in complete safety, with very high hygiene standards, sterile materials and certified pigments, of excellent quality, you expose the patient to the risk of local complications, related to poor hygiene precautions, and even to that of systematic infectious complications (hepatitis and HIV, tuberculosis, leprosy).
The deconstruction of the delicate balance of the epidermis is the cause of a fragility that entails a greater risk of contracting infections. For this reason it is essential to rely only on serious professionals who have an unquestionable work ethic and professional preparation.
If poorly performed, permanent makeup and skin micropigmentation, as well as aesthetic damage, can cause:
- Skin viral infections (contagious mollusk vulgar warts)
- Mushroom infections (tinea cutis)
- Granular reactions
- Sarcoid granuloma
- Granuloma from foreign bodies
- Allergic reactions
- Allergic contact dermatitis
- Allergic dermatitis, granulomatous
- Photoallergic reaction
- Localized skin diseases as an expression of systemic pathologies Psoriasis, Lichen ruber planus, sarcoidosis.
What is in the bottle?
The formulation of the pigment materials, and the production procedures play a very important role in the final result of the permanent makeup and skin micropigmentation. Vital factors such as colour change over time and lightfastness come into play. Any food, cosmetic or permanent makeup dye must be certified and approved according to current European regulations (e.g. PMU Resap 2008-1).
There is a wide variety of cosmetic additives on the market that vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, and numerous pigment derivation processes that affect the final result. Knowing them in depth is essential. Many problems could be avoided if the professional took the time to investigate and inform herself about the pigments that are about to be used.
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