boom in the demand for permanent makeup means that many more salons and spas in
Quebec are offering the service. But many micro-pigmentation centres in the
province also specialize in helping clients with medical conditions. This
article will outline some of the conditions that may be helped by micro-pigmentation.
with vitlingo or hypo-pigmentation experience pigment loss, leaving some with
"blotchy” skin. Carefully applied pigment can help to even out skin tone,
normalizing the appearance of the skin.
Breast Reconstruction - Post-mastectomy
patients often choose to reconstruct the breast. Micro-pigmentation can create
the appearance of an areola, lending the reconstruction authenticity.
Effects – One of
the major side-effects of chemotherapy is hair loss. Natural looking permanent
eyebrows can help to minimize the impact of this type of hair loss.
Post-Operative Scarring – With
advances in computer tattoo technology, many scars can be camouflaged by micro-pigmentation.
Although not all scar tissue is eligible for this procedure, many patients can
be helped by it.
Transplant Hairlines – Often
small scars at the hairline spoil the appearance of a hair transplant. Micro-pigmentation
can most often help to cover these scars and make the hairline look natural.
disease, which causes bodily hair loss, can lead to the loss of eyebrow and
eyelash hair. Permanent eyebrows can be applied, and eyeliner on both lids will
help to "frame” the eye and give sufferers a more natural appearance.
If you think micro-pigmentation
could help alleviate the effects of your medical condition, talk to technicians
in the Quebec area. A professional who has some medical background or training
may be the best match for your needs. Make sure the centre you choose uses a
digitally controlled computer tattoo machine, which is faster and more
effective on damaged skin. Also ensure that the centre uses an autoclave for
sterilization, ensuring proper hygiene.