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How to take care of micropigmentation treatments?

To obtain the best results in a micropigmentation treatment, it is advisable to follow a series of guidelines for its healing:

First weeks after treatment.

- Do not drink coffee, tea or alcohol for 24 hours after treatment

- Do not take any vasodilating medication on the day of the treatment(Aspirin/Ibuprofen/Adiro...)

- Avoid sweating excessively 48 hours after treatment

- Do not put makeup on the micropigmented area for 72 hours after treatment. You can make up the rest of the face and, if necessary, apply a little cold to the treated area in case of any discomfort.

First weeks after treatment.

In addition to the recommendations indicated above, it is recommended:

- Only if you notice dryness in the area, apply a small amount of cream (Bepanthol or Nivea). If not, do not apply anything.

- Clean the area gently

- Do not scratch the area.

- Avoid exposing the area to the sun excessively.

- Do not perform facial treatments such as a peeling.

- Avoid places with high humidity such as your swimming pools, saunas, jacuzzis, Turkish baths or solariums

- Do not immerse the micropigmented area in the sea or the pool.

In addition, once the first week has passed, we recommend applying factor 50 sun protection in summer or when sunbathing.

How is micropigmentation evolving?

The evolution of the treatment may vary depending on the area treated and the type of skin. There can be a series of totally normal effects, such as:

- Slight increase in color intensity and tightens the treated area during the first 24 or 72 hours

- Apparent loss of colour during the first 5 to 8 days. This apparent decrease in intensity is due to the formation of a layer, which forms the skin itself, which covers the treated area, giving the feeling of having erased the colour. This process is completely normal, and the pigment will gradually increase in tone again.

Retouching after the first micropigmentation

After 35 or 40 days after the treatment, an assessment of the result can be made in terms of color and intensity. In the event that the pigment has set unevenly or that, due to scarring, there is a gap, the treated area can be retouched.

In addition, the design will be reviewed and an assessment will be made, if necessary, to make a touch-up and define the desired result. In the event of a touch-up, the process during the treatment and subsequent cures would be the same as for the first application.