The result of this technique is a discovery in terms of beauty and well-being.

With this technique we get the correction of imperfections of the skin..

What is micropigmentation?

Micropigmentation is an aesthetic specialty whose objective is to correct, modify, beautify and balance, in a semipermanent way, certain traits through the implantation of pigments at the epidermal level.

With this technique we get the correction of imperfections of the skin (scars), creation of areolas, creation of lost or deformed features of the face (eyebrows, lips), reconstruction of perialar scars, burns, as well as we can disguise diseases.

This is the theoretical part, but the result of this WELL-EMPLOYED technique is a discovery in terms of beauty and well-being, since the results are so spectacular that people who have undergone this technique have experienced not only a physical change, but also psychological.

Many women who have undergone a mastectomy after breast cancer find that they have reconstructed their breast, but the areola has disappeared and they do not know that they can recover it again with micropigmentation.

From here we want to let you know that this technique is recommended by oncologists and psychologists.

What should the person who wants to micropigment some part of their body take into account?

The chosen establishment must be key. It must meet a series of requirements that many are unaware of and we recommend that you not be seduced by home services or beauty centers that do not comply with the regulations. The place must be inscribed the Ministry of Health as a Micropigmentation establishment.

The person who performs the work must have the necessary qualifications to be able to perform such work, such as Sanitary Hygienic Course, Paramedic Micropigmentation Technician, oncology and aesthetics.

When you are going to undergo a micropigmentation session, ask them to give you all the appropriate information.

The first thing they should do is allergy tests, in which they determine if you are allergic to any of the products they are going to use.

The pigments used must be approved by the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS), since they are products that will penetrate our skin, we do not make the mistake of letting anyone use pigments that do not comply with the regulations. Many of them contain heavy metals and aromatic amines that can cause irreversible damage and unwanted effects.

After checking that the products that will be used with us do not produce any type of allergy, let's move on to the next part.

Once we know the area in which we want to work (eyebrows, lips, eyes, areolas, scars...), we must perform a makeup to see that it meets our expectations. When this has been done according to what we want, they will proceed to the work itself.

We must sign an informed consent in which it is detailed that they have communicated everything related to the practice and its risks.

Everything must be done in compliance with the hygiene and aseptic measures required and we insist on distrusting those who do not perform this good practice.

At the moment, the first micropigmentation session will be held. The micropigmented area, as is normal, will ignite a little..

After a month, part of the pigment will have disappeared and the second session will proceed, since the color disappears between 20 and 60% (depending on the type of skin).

An experienced technician has clear knowledge of colorimetry, since the skin responds differently in each person and this person will choose the color to be implanted that best suits his warm or cold skin. That is why it is so important that we put ourselves in the hands of experts.

Techniques used

It is the treatment known as semi-permanent makeup. Due to the demand for maximum naturalness we prefer not to use this technique as a substitute for a traditional makeup but rather to obtain a greater sense of perfection in the face; improve and beautify by highlighting in a natural way eyes, eyebrows and lips.