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/ Before

Free visa test
In the first part of the process a card and a design test with the same pigment (makeup) are done to preview the result of the micropigmentation, outline tastes , expectations and adjust the final result to each need.

Preventive measures
Initially an allergy test is practiced. If this is negative, it is recommended that during the week prior to treatment a healthy diet be maintained and stress situations avoided to prevent cold sores (only in case of labial micropigmentation). It is not advised to take sun or the intake of exciting, seafood or strong meals.

/ During

A painless process
The latest technologies in products and application systems offer all guarantees to the consumer. The professional at all times takes the necessary and preventive measures in terms of disinfection, hygiene, asepsis, etc.


/ After

Specific care
Once the process is finished, and for optimal healing, it is advisable to maintain a series of specific treatments 7 days after treatment.

It is essential not to attack or rub the area to avoid alteration of the scarring, so it is advisable to apply dry cold, keep the area without humidity and avoid saunas or baths, cosmetics, sun exposure.

It is important to keep in mind that the first three days the tonality is superior to the final effect and subsequently decreases. This is due to the fact that cell regeneration does not remain stable until approximately one month. For an optimal result, a touch-up can be done at the next visit.

It is advisable to carry out an annual review to create a personalized record of the evolution of the treatment.

To optimize the result and avoid alterations it is advisable to use sunscreen in the area and be careful with glycolic acids, retinol and laser.

Temporary: Herpes simplex or zoster, conjunctivitis, IMMUNE WEAKNESS, scars not stabilized, skin conditions in the area of ​​application, LOCAL DERMATITIS, hematoma, sunburn, ulcers in the skin, fungal or viral bacterial infections.

Total: Allergic reactions to pigments, PECAS, LUNARS, keloids, bulging angiomasas, warts, melanomas, impetigo, psoriasis, urticaria, chloasma, nevus or nevus and skin cancer.