How is the semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo for hair simulation performed? Does the Renew Clinic specialist use anesthetics during the treatment or not?
The semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing is a procedure used to cover up scars which occurred from injuries, after breast surgeries such as mastectomy or breast enlargement, etc., to imitate natural-looking follicles which are drawn onto the scalp after a hair loss problem, alopecia, chemotherapy, hair implant scars, etc., but most people often resort to it for the lips and eyes definition and appearance improvement. Our Renew Skin & Health Clinic specialist performing the semi-permanent make-up, either for the facial or the body area reassures you that the procedure is performed under a local anesthetic, so that the discomfort or any pain that may be involved is minimized. Most people claim that is not actually pain what they're experiencing, but rather a slight sensation of irritation.
On the other hand, you should know that your semi-permanent cosmetic tattoo treatment may hurt if the procedure is not performed correctly. First of all, the quality of the machine used is very important. A high-quality device will ensure less discomfort due to its finer needles. Second of all, the semi- permanent cosmetic tattoo or semi-permanent make-up must be applied correctly. The local anesthetic must also be injected at least 20 minutes before our specialist begins the cosmetic tattoo for hair simulation, given that the scalp is very well vascularized and highly sensitive. That is why it is essential to have your semi permanent cosmetic tattoo procedure performed by a specialist, not only regarding the pain, but also the final results. At Renew Skin & Health Clinic you are in good hands and our fully qualified practitioner can help you achieve a flawless appearance that will definitely boost your self-confidence.
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