Para‑medical permanent make‑up refers to technique by which coloured pigment is deposited into the skin (dermis) by small, sterile micro‑needle. It can be used correctively, in areas where hair or skin colour is missing or for cosmetic purpose visually enhancing certain areas of the body. It can liberate you from embarrassment resulting from various skin imperfections and unsightly scars.
Also referred to as micro‑pigmentation, permanent make‑up provides the final touches after surgical procedures, breast implantation and camouflages burns and scars. Micro‑pigmentation has the ability to break up scar tissue and colour it in order to match your skin tone. This will not only improve your general appearance but also build your self‑esteem and confidence.
After breast reconstruction surgery, micro‑pigmentation can be used to fashion a look that is more natural by creating an illusion of lifelike areola and nipples. The colour and circle in areolas that are fading or not regular can be modified to create a more natural‑looking breast.
In addition to disguising scars, various skin discolourations, non‑pigmented age spots and enhancing your look after cosmetic surgeries, permanent make‑up can also help those suffering from various hair loss conditions by creating the appearance of hair and thus relieving you from having to be self‑conscious about it and enhancing your look.
The purpose of para‑medical micro‑pigmentation is not to treat or cure any medical condition. It is a form of advanced cosmetic (often called medical or para‑medical) tattooing that can help disguise or visually enhance the appearance of the affected area of skin. It will not make the skin look “perfect” again. It will improve colour differences and make it less noticeable to other people.