VITILIGO MICROPIGMENTATION CAMOUFLAGE

The procedure to camouflage vitiligo with the micropigmentation technique is a newer, faster, and more convenient procedure for a person who has hypopigmentation problems (lack of melanin) in the skin that can appear in any area of the body; In these cases, clients will have a definitive cosmetic procedure. But that will require touch-ups starting in the first year or more, and this will depend a lot on the client's skin type, stage of the disease, and the client's post-procedure care.

VITILIGO MICROPIGMENTATION CAMOUFLAGE PROCEDURE PROCESS

I will use a device similar to an ink gun to "tattoo" and pigment similar to the color of healthy skin in the treatment area. This pierces the top layer of the skin, pigmenting in the epidermis at 0.5 to 0.25 mm.

obtaining incredible permanent cosmetic results, equalizing the skin tone, and camouflaging hypopigmentation.

Treatment for people with allergies to tattoo pigments

I need a consultation (no cost) prior to this treatment for those who have had a history of allergic reactions to tattoo pigment. We must do the allergic reactions with the pigments to be used.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VITILIGO CAMOUFLAGE

What can I expect during and after the treatments?
During treatment, you may experience light bleeding. The treated area will also be tender for a few days. The skin should not crust over and any tenderness should heal within a few weeks. The camouflage will occur gradually over a few days after the skin fully heals and then, if necessary, it will continue to camouflage in subsequent touch-ups until it is fully camouflaged.

There is a possibility that more vitiligo spots will appear on the skin as an acceleration of the disease due to the procedure. Therefore, the client must know that it is a cosmetic procedure and not a treatment.
What are the benefits of this procedure?
Hypopigmentation or lack of melanin in the skin possibly completely disappears. This camouflage technique is safe for all skin types that are not allergic to pigments. Micropigmentation camouflage for vitiligo is safer with less risk of cancer or additional disease from chemical use or worse, surgeries that can cause a worse appearance.
How can I know if this is the right procedure for me?
People who are patient and willing to follow aftercare instructions are ideal candidates. Clients who take blood-thinning medications or who expect immediate results are not ideal candidates for this treatment.
What results should I expect?
Clients must be realistic in their expectations. They should expect cosmetic camouflage of their vitiligo, not a definitive treatment. Clients should wait for two to three procedures before seeing the desired results. Schedule a free consultation with Sebastianink.com today to find out if you are eligible for this procedure.
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