Permanent cosmetics, also known as permanent makeup, dermapigmentation, or micropigmentation, focuses on improving cosmetic appearance and belongs to the group of aesthetic medicine. Its main purpose is to bring out the natural beauty of an individual,  enhance facial features, and to disguise minor asymmetry and skin imperfections. The most innovative makeup techniques applied at the International Institute of Permanent Makeup make the treatments safe and almost totally painless.

A precisely performed permanent makeup looks natural and tasteful. The process involves a professional using a needle that penetrates the skin and releases non-allergic pigment into the outermost epidermal layers of skin (approx. 0.28 mm deep).

 

It is very important to apply the pigment evenly. This guarantees that the colour softens within a few days during the healing process when the upper layers of skin slough. The pigment is released into the skin from a sterilized needle. The final effect of the treatment much depends on the patient’s skin type, the reaction of the immune system, and the appropriate after-care.

While permanent makeup pigment remains in the dermis, its beauty-span averages between 2-4 years and is influenced by the pigment type, the depth of application into the skin, and the appropriate after- care of the treated skin areas. Permanent makeup is a welcome enhancement for those who wish to maintain a refined, natural look. It has been created especially for those who don’t have time to spend on applying makeup every day or who seek remedy for their skin defects. Permanent makeup treatment is also a great alternative for surgical procedures because a professionally performed makeup of the eyebrows and eyelids gives a facelift effect.

Another welcome beauty-enhancing treatment that is becoming more and more popular is medical micropigmentation. Micropigmentation offers much more than a soft, subtle, beautiful look. It helps to conceal and even out skin imperfections for clients who have been in accidents or suffered from serious illnesses. It can help to even out wrinkles in a non-invasive way, to mask vitiligo, to recreate artificial eyebrows, to restore the appearance of areola in women’s breast after mastectomy. These paramedical treatments are also employed to relax existing scars. The scarred skin colour fades quickly and after several appointments blends with the natural skin tone of the client.

The permanent makeup is an invasive treatment, but totally safe when performed by a skillful, experienced technician.
Before making an appointment, it is necessary to exclude any health counterindications like illnesses, pacemaker, diabetes, psoriasis, haemophilia, tumor, pregnancy and breastfeeding, cold sore, medicine, epilepsy etc.

APPLICATION TECHNIQUE

The permanent makeup treatment consists in injecting non-allergenic, plant pigments into the top layer of the skin, approx. 0.28 mm deep.
It is very important to apply the pigment evenly. This guarantees that the colour softens within a few days during the healing process when the upper layers of skin slough. The pigment is released into the skin from an ultra-fine sterilized needle. While permanent makeup pigment remains in the dermis, its beauty-span averages between 2-4 years and is influenced by the pigment type, the depth of application into the skin, and the appropriate after-care of the treated skin areas.

The final effect of the treatment can vary and much depends on the patient’s skin type and the reaction of the immune system. It is recommended to repeat the treatment after about 4 weeks – to do a touch-up application, to correct the shape when needed, or to adjust the pigment colour. Thanks to the advanced techniques developed at the International Institute of Permanent Makeup, treatment is safe and the discomfort is minimized by the use of best available topical anesthetic.

POST-TREATMENT CARE

At first, the colour will look dark and shiny, and the surrounding tissue will be swollen and red. During the first days after the treatment, it is necessary to apply cream that helps prevent infection and aids in the healing process (dry skin creams with vitamin E, panthenol, allantoin etc.). The skin will most likely peel in the following 2-3 days.

For 10 days after the makeup is applied, it is not recommended to soak the coloured skin area, to wash it with soap, or to use any other care products other than the protective creams mentioned above. Sun exposure, sunbed sessions, as well as visits to sauna and swimming pools with chlorinated water are strictly forbidden to prevent post-treatment colour changes. Over-drying the skin should be avoided.

We would gladly like to offer you free-of-charge consultations with our certified permanent makeup artists. Private and comfortable patient rooms provide a quiet environment to discuss your personal concerns. With our consultants you will discover a complete treatments menu, choose the most appropriate treatment, and discuss possible indications and counter-indications. Prospective trainees are also welcome to learn about our attractive training programme.

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