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Tattoos & Permanent Makeup: Fact Sheet

The historical origin of the floating eyebrow
What is Permanent makeup?
What is Permanent makeup?

Consumers, manufacturers, tattoo artists, and health care providers may have questions on tattoos, permanent makeup, temporary tattoos, and henna (mehndi). Here is safety and regulatory information on these products.

Safety and Regulatory Background

FDA considers the inks used in intradermal tattoos, including permanent makeup, to be cosmetics. When we identify a safety problem associated with a cosmetic, including a tattoo ink, we investigate and take action, as appropriate, to prevent consumer illness or injury. The pigments used in the inks are color additives, which are subject to premarket approval under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. However, because of other competing public health priorities and a previous lack of evidence of safety problems specifically associated with these pigments, FDA traditionally has not exercised regulatory authority for color additives on the pigments used in tattoo inks. The actual practice of tattooing is regulated by local jurisdictions.

During 2003 and 2004, FDA became aware of more than 150 reports of adverse reactions in consumers to certain permanent makeup ink shades, and it is possible that the actual number of women affected was greater. The inks associated with this outbreak were voluntarily recalled by the company that marketed them in 2004. In the spring of 2012, we received reports of infections from contaminated inks, resulting in their recall and market withdrawal. In addition, concerns raised by the scientific community regarding the pigments used in tattoo inks have prompted FDA to investigate their safe use. FDA continues to evaluate the extent and severity of adverse events associated with tattooing and is conducting research on tattoo inks. As new information is assessed, we will consider whether additional actions are necessary to protect public health.

In addition to the reported adverse reactions, areas of concern include tattoo removal, infections that result from tattooing, and the increasing variety of pigments and diluents being used in tattooing. More than fifty different pigments and shades are in use, and the list continues to grow. Although a number of color additives are approved for use in cosmetics, none is approved for injection into the skin. Using an unapproved color additive in a tattoo ink makes the ink adulterated. Many pigments used in tattoo inks are not approved for skin contact at all. Some are industrial grade colors that are suitable for printers’ ink or automobile paint.

Nevertheless, many individuals choose to undergo tattooing in its various forms. For some, it is an aesthetic choice or an initiation rite. Some choose permanent makeup as a time saver or because they have physical difficulty applying regular, temporary makeup. For others, tattooing is an adjunct to reconstructive surgery, particularly of the face or breast, to simulate natural pigmentation. People who have lost their eyebrows due to alopecia (a form of hair loss) may choose to have “eyebrows” tattooed on, while people with vitiligo (a lack of pigmentation in areas of the skin) may try tattooing to help camouflage the condition.

Whatever their reason, consumers should be aware of the risks involved in order to make an informed decision.

Risks Involved in Tattooing

The following are the primary complications that can result from tattooing:

  • Infection. Unsterile tattooing equipment and needles can transmit infectious diseases, such as HIV, hepatitis, and skin infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus (“staph”) and other bacteria*. Tattoos received at facilities not regulated by your state or at facilities that use unsterile equipment (or re-use ink) may prevent you from being accepted as a blood or plasma donor for twelve months. Infections also have resulted from contaminated tattoo inks, even when the tattoo artist has followed hygienic procedures. These infections can require prolonged treatment with antibiotics.
  • Removal problems. Despite advances in laser technology, removing a tattoo is a painstaking process, usually involving several treatments and considerable expense. Complete removal without scarring may be impossible.
  • Allergic reactions. Although FDA has received reports of numerous adverse reactions associated with certain shades of ink in permanent makeup, marketed by a particular manufacturer, reports of allergic reactions to tattoo pigments have been rare. However, when they happen they may be particularly troublesome because the pigments can be hard to remove. Occasionally, people may develop an allergic reaction to tattoos they have had for years.
  • Granulomas. These are nodules that may form around material that the body perceives as foreign, such as particles of tattoo pigment.
  • Keloid formation. If you are prone to developing keloids — scars that grow beyond normal boundaries — you are at risk of keloid formation from a tattoo. Keloids may form any time you injure or traumatize your skin. Micropigmentation: State of the Art, a book written by Charles Zwerling, M.D., Annette Walker, R.N., and Norman Goldstein, M.D., states that keloids occur more frequently as a consequence of tattoo removal.
  • MRI complications. There have been reports of people with tattoos or permanent makeup who experienced swelling or burning in the affected areas when they underwent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). This seems to occur only rarely and apparently without lasting effects.There have also been reports of tattoo pigments interfering with the quality of the MRI image. This seems to occur mainly when a person with permanent eyeliner undergoes MRI of the eyes. However, the risks of avoiding an MRI when your doctor has recommended one are likely to be much greater than the risks of complications from an interaction between the MRI and tattoo or permanent makeup. Instead of avoiding an MRI, individuals who have tattoos or permanent makeup should inform the radiologist or technician.

A Common Problem: Dissatisfaction

A common problem that may develop with tattoos is the desire to remove them. Removing tattoos and permanent makeup can be very difficult.

Although tattoos may be satisfactory at first, they sometimes fade. Also, if the tattooist injects the pigments too deeply into the skin, the pigments may migrate beyond the original sites, resulting in a blurred appearance.

Another cause of dissatisfaction is that the human body changes over time, and styles change with the season. The permanent makeup that may have looked flattering when first injected may later clash with changing skin tones and facial or body contours. People who plan to have facial cosmetic surgery are advised that the appearance of their permanent makeup may become distorted. The tattoo that seem stylish at the time may become dated and embarrassing later on. And changing tattoos or permanent makeup is not as easy as changing your mind.

Consult your healthcare provider about the best removal techniques for you.

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How to choose a right needle for your microblading treatment?

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How to choose a right needle for your microblading treatment?

1. The age of the skin: The older the client, the more tissue laxity, collagen and elastin loss you’ll notice.
Microneedling this aging skin provides a healthier canvas for microblading and this means your hairstrokes will stay crisp upon healing.

2. Previous procedures and corrections: You can microblade over old colors and even do corrections.You’ll want a bit bigger needle for these cases.

3. Width of hairstroke desired
4. Pigment you are using
5. Color carrying capacity of the needle: texture and taper of needles, number of needles and curve of needles are important. More needles, more resistance and you press harder. Higher likelihood of slicing the skin.

6. Skin Resistance: Older skin less resistant so use finer needle
7. The Procedure: Single, curved needles for brow hairstrokes.Large, multiple needles for areola,corrections and eyeshadow.
8. Practice makes perfect: You’ll develop your very own unique technique over time. Sometimes you’ll switch needles during your case. As you practice, you’ll find which needles are the easiest to control and which ones put in the most color. You must know your canvas, the skin, very well.

 

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I had my first Permanent Makeup

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 I had my first Permanent makeup experience when I decided to get the lash enhancement done. This procedure is not so bad since they just place tiny black dots in between your lashes to give them a fuller look. In fact, I was so happy with the results that I decided to get my eyebrows and full lips done as well – HUGE mistake!

As far as the eyebrows go, I think I look much older now and they are way too dark. The lady matched my dark brown hair but normally eyebrows should be a bit lighter. So I have very dark eyebrows now and they have begun to fade unevenly with the right one lighter than the left. I really would not recommend this unless you have extremely thin brows and always pencil them in.

For the lips, that was definitely one of the biggest mistakes I have ever made! The idea seemed to make sense since I have very faint lips and thought it would be nice to have them shaped and tinted all the time. I intended to get just a light natural-looking tint that would look more like a lip gloss color as opposed to lip stick. But it is really hard to get the color just right because everyone’s pigmentation levels are different. My lips are now a bright tangerine color and I am spend much more time covering them up everyday with powder/foundation than I would have spent applying lip gloss. It is also very embarrassing to go swimming or be in any situation where I am not wearing any other makeup or cannot cover them up because they look sooooo bright and clown-like (the gym, the pool/spa, tropical vacation, etc…). I have searched high and low for a method to lighten them but my dermatologist says they should fade over the next couple of years. Blah! Oh yeah, it makes the teeth look a little yellow as well :(

When I compare before permanent makeup photos with after ones, the before ones are always better! I looked younger, fresher, and just more naturally attractive in general. Now I look clownish. I just recommend for anyone considering getting permanent makeup:

  • Do you really NEED it (have a scar that doesn’t let brow grow, etc..)
  • Do you want to have a dating life (because my last boyfriend asked “why are your lips always that bright color” – 99% of guys prefer natural!). If you are married, make sure your hubby won’t be turned off because I have heard of that happening, too.
  • Imagine waking up and looking like a clown or when you are at the pool/gym – trust me, not places where it looks good to have a fully made-up look.
  • Don’t do this impulsively…really think for a while about it and research to find the best possible person to do it.

*Remember it IS permanent and you cannot be 100% sure of how the color is going to turn out on your skin…..

Good Luck!  from web free……

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What is Nouveau Contour permanent makeup Cosmetics?

Nouveau Contour permanent makeup
Nouveau Contour permanent makeup
Nouveau Contour permanent makeup

Permanent makeup 

Imagine having beautifully designed eyebrows, stunning defined eyes and gorgeous looking lips 24 hours a day with no effort.
Clients of all ages are experiencing the benefits and the difference Permanent Cosmetic Makeup can make to their lives.

Permanent Cosmetics Permanent Cosmetic Makeup also known as Semi-Permanent and Micropigmentation, is an innovative procedure, in which carefully applied Hypo-allergenic pigments are implanted using disposable tiny micro-needles into the dermal layer of the skin (unlike permanent tattoos which go much deeper).

Permanent Cosmetic Makeup can last for up to 2 years or more depending on a number of factors such as the age of skin, amount of time spent in the sun, and individual skin colour and tone.

This pigmentation technique is used for a variety of cosmetic enhancements including:

Eyebrows
Eyeliner
Lip Liner/Blushed Lips
Beauty Marks
Scar Camouflage
Hair Simulation
Breast & Areola
Wrinkle Reduction MCA

When applied by a professionally skilled technician the results can be life-changing and confidence boosting.   Furthermore, the technique is simple, safe and revolutionary and will enhance your natural beauty.

Permanent Cosmetic Makeup is truly a new era in makeup. It can be used as a great time saver for those on the go, who want to look their best all the time, even when they wake up, as a confidence booster for those who feel that they have lost definition in their features, or for those suffering with medical conditions such as alopecia, vitiligo or the effects of chemotherapy.The treatment can also be used in post-op breast reconstructions and to cover scars.

Clients that have benefitted from Permanent Cosmetic Makeup procedures include those with:

Sparse or droopy eyebrows
Sparse lashes
Thin, pale, uneven lips
Loss of definition due to ageing
Allergy to conventional cosmetics
Unsymmetrical features
Hayfever and Watery Eyes

Poor Vision
Busy People
Hair Loss
Sport oriented people
Alopecia and Chemotherapy
Vitiligo
Scars

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Permanent Makeup vs Microblading

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microblading

Microblading VS Permanent Makeup

We get this question a lot. What exactly is the difference between microblading and permanent makeup? It’s an understandable and expected question for those interested in microblading to ask. After all, microblading is a fairly new form of semi-permanent makeup that really started to take off in not only the Las Vegas and Henderson area, but across the nation in 2015. Both permanent makeup and microblading can benefit those from all walks of life regardless of age and sex. They are especially beneficial to those who are affected by alopecia, cancer (chemotherapy), genetic anomalies, vitiligo, and scars. Anyone that cannot produce eyebrow hair or lack full eyebrow hairs is a perfect example. Though microblading and permanent makeup seem like the same thing, they are actually worlds apart. Let’s cover both of them and get you informed!

Permanent Makeup

Permanent makeup is a form of cosmetic tattooing also known as micro-pigmentation, derma-pigmentation, and permanent cosmetics. Permanent makeup artists use tattooing techniques to apply designed that would resemble makeup. Eyelining, color enhancement of skin on the face, eyelids, lips, and eyebrows are all areas that permanent makeup is traditionally applied to. It results in enhanced facial features that would typically be done with temporary makeup. Permanent makeup is the virtually the same thing as getting a typical tattoo. A permanent makeup artist will use tattoo machines to implant ink into the dermis, just getting shy of how deep a regular tattoo will penetrate. Complications with permanent makeup include allergies to pigments, scars, skin cracking/peeling, infection, blistering, granulomas, and keloids. Many permanent makeup artists use regular tattoo ink which can change color over time and have dangerous minerals like cobalt and mercury in them. A well informed and experienced permanent makeup artist will always use safe inks and techniques. With permanent makeup that involves the brows, usually a powder fill like technique is used to make the brows look denser and fuller. The issue with permanent makeup for brows is its inability to create the natural and full look that microblading successfully achieves. In the worst case scenario, unknowing clients will go to a traditional tattoo artist that will outline brows and fill them with color, making a solid eyebrow look that is very unnatural and usually regrettable. These tattoos are usually much more permanent lasting decades.

Microblading

Microblading is a manual method of implanting pigment in hair-like strokes in the epidermis to create the look of fuller brows. This form of tattooing is the newest trend in Semi-Permanent Makeup. The natural-looking results are achieved with a sharp, hand-held manual blade made up of 7+ micro needles. Instead of outlining and completely filling in the outline of your brows with color, microblading actually allows for the placement of hair like strokes into the skin. Whereas traditional tattooing uses needles on a rotary/coil machine to push ink 7 layers deep into the skin, microblading uses a manual blade and only targets 3 layers of skin. Because the pigment sits so superficially in the skin the strokes are sharp, crisp, and they mimic the look of real hair! Your new brows will last anywhere between 1-3 years predicated on the environmental exposure it receives. Microblading pigments are all organic and will not change color as they lose saturation over time. Thanks to the 1-3 year expected life of the semi-permanent makeup, the client can change the way their brows look as trends change.

For more information on Microblading at Ivy Laser Salon, please feel free to contact us at 702-685-1849 or click on the make an appointment button on this screen to schedule your appointment.

Ani Nina, aka Neenajaybrows, is one of the pioneers and very first instructors of microblading in the Las Vegas and Henderson area. She is also the head Microblading artist at Ivy Laser Salon. With over 8 years experience in brow shaping and rehab, she is sought after for her treatments and instruction all across the nation.


What’s Better: Microblading or Permanent Makeup?

Is microblading or permanent makeup a better choice for my eyebrows? Everyday clients come in and say this: “I want microblading for my eyebrows”. I open and honestly explain what Microblading is during a complimentary consultation. Most of the time by the time I’m done explaining my client wants what I call a “blended brow”.

Microblading is just one permanent makeup hair stroke technique. It’s one way to do the brows. Many artists have only learned this one-way cookie cutter approach. In order to be the best artist, your artist should be able to deliver several techniques based on client’s skin type and overall eyebrow goals.

Incorporating any hair stroke technique, whether microblading or machine stroking, adds dimension to the brow. However, the hair strokes can be detected on the skin if they don’t blend into existing hair. Using a blended approach will hide the strokes if you don’t have the hair. I like to call it “Stroke and Hide”. No one wants to see “tattooed” lines on their forehead.

For microblading, we use a group of inline needles and – to say it nicely – we place the needles on the skin and “glide” through the skin in a hair like direction. Yes, it’s a cut. This micro cut holds pigment for a short time and then it will need to be done again. Depending on the skin type this can be a short 3, 6, or 9 months. So the question is how many times can we do this to the skin without scarring? It’s hard to say- but it is something I weigh heavily when doing the microblading versus a machine hair stroke; which doesn’t cut the skin. Machine strokes aren’t perfect either. They last and about 6 months -1 year and also blur in the skin.

I find that if I blend techniques and don’t rely too heavily on the strokes I will have the best brow result for my client. Many times I will start with a super soft washed out background color, and clients like this so much we may decide not to stroke. Or, if we do the strokes, they are an accent and blend into the soft shading.

Microblading is a tool in my arsenal of techniques, and it may or may not be right for your skin. If your artist is experienced, they can decide which techniques to recommend for you.

 


PERMANENT MAKE-UP VS. MICROBLADING: 3 DIFFERENCES EXPLAINED FOR STUDENTS IN MICROBLADING TRAINING

It’s a well-known fact in the beauty industry that eyebrows set the stage. They frame bone structure, make eyes pop, and can add personality to a face. To help get the perfect set of brows, many women have turned to make-up and even permanent make-up for a solution. However, there’s a new procedure that holds a lot of promise.

In many ways, microblading professionals can consider themselves eyebrow miracle workers. Microblading has been increasing in popularity over the past several years, with people everywhere jumping on the trend.

Microblading is a welcomed step forward from traditional permanent eyebrow make-up. Curious to learn the difference between the two? Keep reading to find out!

1. STUDENTS IN MICROBLADING TRAINING KNOW MICROBLADING OFFERS A MORE NATURAL LOOK
One of the most obvious differences between microblading and permanent make-up is how it looks. Permanent make-up is an older technique that creates a thick solid line. It is designed to resemble make-up, but can often look very unnatural, with some even saying it makes eyebrows appear drawn on with a Sharpie.

Microblading is not designed to look like make-up. Instead, it’s meant to look like actual hair strokes. As you will learn through hands-on practice during your microblading training, the strokes are individual and thin, giving the illusion of real hair. That realistic look even helped earn microblading the nickname “3D brows.”

2. STUDENTS IN MICROBLADING TRAINING MAY KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TOOLS USED
So, what are the differences in the way each look is created? The answer mostly lies within the tools professionals use. Permanent make-up uses a traditional tattoo gun with a rotary and coil to draw on eyebrows. Because of this approach, it’s hard to get precise and small lines, which causes eyebrows to look thicker and less natural.

Microblading, on the other hand, uses a small blade with many micro needles to create fine hair strokes. It is a manual tool and each stroke is individually pressed in by a professional. The blade is dipped into ink and then carefully pressed into the first two layers of a client’s skin. Because of the precision involved in this procedure, the lines stay sharp and the ink does not bleed—unlike traditional permanent make-up.

3. STUDENTS IN MICROBLADING COURSES MAY KNOW THAT PERMANENT MAKE-UP LASTS LONGER
One of the most significant differences between these two methods is how long they last. As you’ll soon learn during your microblading course, microblading is a semi-permanent procedure. This is due to a combination of factors, such as the ink used. With microblading, semi-permanent ink is used so that over time the ink naturally dissipates and disappears. In addition, microblading deposits the ink much more shallowly into a client’s skin. By comparison, permanent make-up is as permanent as any other tattoo. The ink is deposited much deeper into the skin, and is designed to stay throughout the course of a client’s life.

Which one is better? While it may be disappointing to some that microblading only lasts for one to three years, this is actually a benefit. Over time, the pigment in permanent make-up may turn blue or brown, whereas the ink used in microblading procedures will not. Also, if styles change—which they likely will if history repeats itself (remember the early 2000s, when tweezers were everyone’s best friend?)—your clients have the freedom to change up their eyebrows’ shape and colour.


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Permanent Makeup Safety Advice

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The following information is beneficial to share with your clients.

Permanent makeup
Permanent makeup

Passing it along to your patrons will not only show you are a knowledgeable and credible technician, but it will establish that you care for the well-being of your patients; thus setting the foundation for a comfortable, trusting relationship between you and your clientele.

To Permanent Cosmetics clients:

  • Schedule a consultation with the technician prior to the actual appointment day. This consultation would most likely be the ideal time to go over all of these safety precautions with your technician.
  • Ask if the technician uses ‘disposable only’ machine parts. If they do not, make sure she/he has a functioning autoclave and uses a biological indicator test every month. (Autoclaving pressurizes steam heat to kill germ spores. At 121°C, the pressurized steam will kill all spores within 15 minutes; increased pressure and a temperature of 132°C can accomplish sterilization in 4 minutes.) Ask to see spore strip tests from an authorized lab to make sure the autoclave’s results are effective.
  • Most technicians use totally disposable machine parts. Make sure these ‘Single Use’ and ‘Sterile’ parts are safely disposed of immediately after your procedure.
  • Manual hand tools must be autoclaved prior to use for optimum sanitation. Used manual needles and/or the complete tool should be disposed of in a biohazard container. There are various hand tools that can be re-autoclaved using a new needle grouping. Technicians should check with their supply company regarding these tools.
  • Ask the technician if they follow all of OSHA and CDC guidelines. Ask to see their Sharps container and inquire what the proper protocol is concerning the disposal of used needles. All ‘Sharps’ or ‘Biohazard’ containers must be puncture-resistant, leak proof and color-coded or labeled “BIOHAZARD.
  • Make sure your technician washes their hands vigorously with soap and water and uses a clean pair of disposable gloves before setting up your sterile needle set.
  • IIPC is a latex-free clinic. If you have any allergies to latex or any other products, be sure to tell your technician at your consultation.
  • Insist on observing your technician as she or he removes a new needle and machine setup from a sealed pouch immediately before starting your procedure. You should also watch the technician set up a clean cap of pigment, poured directly from the bottle for each of your procedures. Be sure to ask the technician about their use of sterile procedures and isolation techniques. It is the responsibility of the client to observe the technician at work, inquiring about their experience and qualifications.
  • Be wary of the technician’s office during your consultation visit. If their areas are disorderly and cluttered, you may consider using another technician.
  • Question the technician on their use of barrier film. This is a clear or blue heavy-duty sheet of plastic that is sticky on one side and will adhere to light fixtures, the tattoo machine, telephone, door handles, or any other article the technician may come in contact with. If the technician does not practice using this product, there could be a transfer of contaminated blood-borne pathogens. All cords and machines should be covered as well.
  • The technician should never touch their hair, glasses, or other items with a gloved hand. If you observe this happening, you should ask the technician to replace their gloves to prevent any chance of contamination.
  • Used needles and pigment should NEVER be kept for a client’s future appointment. Pigment contains bodily fluids and bacteria, and it should be disposed of immediately after the procedure is completed.
  • Clients must sign all of the proper consent forms, as well as forms to confirm that any needles have been properly disposed of in a bio-hazard container immediately following each procedure.
  • Technicians working in open area beauty salons run the risk of airborne pathogens from acrylic nails, hair products and so on… Remember: permanent cosmetic makeup creates an open wound. Contaminants from the air should be kept to a minimum to ensure a healthy, clean procedure.
  • All surfaces should be wiped down with a hospital grade disinfectant (ex.Discide) prior to, and immediately following, any procedure application.
  • Ask the technician to see their current Health Department and Business License.
  • Ask to see a current certificate from a certified Blood Borne Pathogen and Exposure Control Class or from OHSA.
  • Ask your technician to see their current portfolio with photos of other clients who underwent the same procedure that you are requesting.
  • If you are having your permanent eyebrows applied, ask for an ‘Eyebrow Design’ appointment. This appointment should be separate from your consultation. The technician will go over various shapes and colors and what the best eyebrow design for your face will be. At this time, the technician may also wax your brows. If you are not in total agreement with how the permanent makeup procedure looks while drawn on, keep working with the technician until you are satisfied with the design.
  • On your procedure day, if you are not happy with the drawn on shape of your eyes, lips or brows, do not have the procedure completed. Your technician is there to work with you and give you a great looking procedure. If you do not like how something looks, tell them prior to starting, do not wait until they have started your application and change your mind.
  • If the technician is a qualified professional, they will have no problems complying with standards above and beyond these simple guidelines. If the technician, or their place of business, does not appear up to these standards, or if they become evasive when questioned, seek out a qualified professional technician.
  • Permanent Makeup is just that…….. PERMANENT!
  • Remember the old adage: “You get what you pay for.” If your procedure is less than desirable, you cannot cover your face. Choose your technician wisely, based on their training, professionalism and your judgment of their character.
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nouveau contour digital permanent makeup machine
nouveau contour digital permanent makeup machine
nouveau contour digital permanent makeup machine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

nouveau contour digital permanent makeup machine
nouveau contour digital permanent makeup machine

The digital permanent makeup machine (DP-05) is 100% new arrival in 2014, it comes from nouveau contour intelligent digital machine, but it is smaller, softer and  more pleased.

On the power supply, there are two holes for handpiece stand, also for big size pigment cups stand.

the handpiece is with a scale to adjust the length of needles so your work will be more exact.

the kit still contains a reservoir for a specific color of pigment. ​ and the needles which is fit for Nouveau contour is also fit for the machine well.

the work input: 110-240V, output 4.5-7.0V.

the kit includes:

LCD digital power supply 1pc

Handpiece with scale  1pc

Aluminum handpiece holder 1pc

Foot pedal 1pc

30PCS cartridge needles: 1RL X10, 3RL X10, 5RL X10.

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Permanent Makeup FAQ

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Permanent Makeup FAQ

What is Permanent Makeup?
Permanent cosmetic makeup is easiest described as cosmetic tattooing. The specialised techniques used for permanent cosmetics are often referred to as “micro-pigmentation”, “micro-pigment implantation” or “derma-graphics”. The cosmetic implantation technique deposits coloured pigment into the upper reticular layer of the dermis (skin). Also see “Is this Permanent Makeup for Me?”.
 How are Permanent Cosmetic Procedures Performed?
Permanent cosmetics procedures are performed using various devices including the traditional tattoo coil machine, the pen or rotary machine (includes the digital rotary machine), and the non-machine or hand device. The process includes a consultation, the application (implantation) of pigment, and at least one follow up visit for the evaluation of healing and pigment colour.
  Who can benefit from Permanent Makeup?
Permanent makeup can be of benefit to the young and old. People who suffer from skin allergies and sensitivities and who cannot wear traditional makeup as a result, find permanent cosmetic procedures especially useful. Active people who like to look their best whilst partaking in activities like swimming, hiking, biking, tennis, aerobics, or any other activity that leads to the “sweating off” and reapplying of makeup also benefit from permanent makeup. Permanent cosmetics is of further value to visually challenged individuals who find it difficult to apply makeup and to others who suffer from dexterity related conditions like Arthritis, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and strokes.If you meet the age requirements and have the ability to heal from minor wounds, permanent makeup can be beneficial to you.
 What type of Permanent Cosmetic procedures can be done?
Permanent cosmetic procedures can have a subtle or dramatic effect, depending on your requirements. Procedures include:

  • E Eyebrows
  • Eyeliner, Top and Bottom 
  • Lip liner, Lip Colour, and/or Blend
  • Scar Camouflage
  • Beauty Marks
  • Hair Imitation
  • Lash Enhancement
  • Areola Re-pigmentation
PLEASE NOTE that some of these procedures use more advanced techniques (para-medical techniques) and thus require an experienced technician with advanced training.
Are Permanent Cosmetics really permanent?
Permanent cosmetic procedures are considered permanent because pigment is tattooed into the upper reticular part of the dermal layer of the skin and thus, cannot be washed off. However, as with any tattoo or colorant (pigment) in general, fading can and often does occur.  This result is periodic maintenance referred to as colour re-enhancement or colour refreshing being required. The scientific structure of pigments and the requirement for periodic refreshing is identical to that of tinted hair colour; faded material on furniture that may be located near a window which is subject to sun exposure; or house paint that is exposed to the sun and other environmental elements.Periodic maintenance is a good opportunity to re-evaluate one’s colour and design preferences.  Whilst the concept of “permanent” may seem like a perfectly good idea, ones’ tastes and style changes with time. The fact that most people will require periodic colour refreshment of their permanent cosmetics is the opportune time to, in conjunction with your technician, re-evaluate your overall appearance profile and decide whether any changes would be appropriate in accordance thereto.The longevity of permanent cosmetics varies from person to person depending on life style – sun exposure, the colour/s used for the permanent cosmetic procedure, and also the topical products applied to the skin.

How Much does Permanent Makeup Cost?
Permanent makeup procedures vary in cost, but on average, expenditure should be between R1 200 and R 2 800 per procedure.Advanced work may be charged at R 800 to R 1 000 per hour. These procedures are commonly referred to as para-medical procedures.
 How Long Does Each Procedure Take?
Initial procedures generally take around 2 to 2 ½ hours. The initial procedure involves a fair amount of record taking; photographs need to be taken; desired design and colour options need to be discussed; the actual procedure needs to be performed; and the aftercare requirements discussed. Follow up or colour refresher procedures do not usually require the same amount of time.
 Is Permanent Cosmetic Procedures Painful?
Most people experience some discomfort. This severity of the discomfort varies in accordance with each individual’s pain threshold. Various topical anaesthetics have been developed for the permanent cosmetics industry which does help to minimise discomfort. Your technician should discuss the methods available with you to determine which is most appropriate for your specific procedure and pain threshold.To put this into perspective: thousands of body art tattoos are performed annually, possibly millions.  As a rule, traditional tattoo professionals do not use any anaesthetics for their tattoo procedures. Anaesthetics for permanent cosmetics are more of a tattoo service luxury because of the nature of the tattoo location and the fact that permanent cosmetics falls into the beauty treatment category.Also see “Does Permanent Makeup Hurt?”
 Is It Safe?
If proper sterilization and disinfection guidelines are met, permanent cosmetics are completely safe. Professionals in the permanent cosmetics industry routinely attend Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) classes. The guidelines that get taught at these classes include (but are not limited to) the following.IMPORTANT! Things to look out for:

  1. Only new and sterile needles should be used for each client. New, sterile needles should be opened in your presence.
  2. Disposable sterilized one-time use machine parts should be purchased by the artist and disposed of in a sharps container immediately after the procedure has been completed.
  3. Personal protection equipment such as disposable one-time use aprons and gloves should be new for each client and changed during the procedure if needed.
  4. The technician should be clean and neat.
  5. Disposable one-time use chair/bed covering should be new for each client.
  6. The room or treatment area should be in an area free from other contaminants. The SPCP whom is affiliated with PCASA has taken a position against permanent cosmetic procedures conducted at trade shows and in salons where nail dust, aerosols or other chemicals are present.

Also see “Permanent Makeup Tattooing and The Truth” and “What Should I Expect?

 What If I Don’t Like It?
Although the procedure is considered permanent, these procedures do have flexibility in changing colour and shape to some extent, depending on the expertise of your technician. Keep in mind that colours will appear darker immediately following the procedure but will soften and lighten during the healing process. The healing time is different for each individual and each procedure. It is very important to realize that often the new procedure represents something somewhat different; at times colour where there was no colour at all or very little.  It takes time to get use to a new look. Very often this applies to eyebrows which were sparse and unnoticeable before the permanent cosmetic brow procedure. Eyeliner colour is more evident due to the contrast to the skin colour.  Lip colour can take up to six weeks to reflect the final colour. Be patient.After the procedure has healed and you are able to form an objective opinion about the outcome, the only reason for not liking your permanent cosmetics would be if you chose your technician poorly. Take note of the following when selecting your technician:

  1. If you cannot communicate with your technician, it is possible that your desires will not be realized.
  2. If your technician recognizes your requests, but does not take your desires for colour or design into account, you should not proceed with the procedure.
  3. Don’t request eyebrow colour based on your tinted scalp hair colour. That is subject to change and it may affect how you then feel about the colour of your permanent cosmetic eyebrowsEyebrow colour should be selected based on the undertone of your skin and the colour of your eyebrow hair (if any).
  4. Most well-trained technicians will not perform a procedure if the design and/or colour requested by the client is not reasonable. If your requests are turned down by one or more technicians, re-think what you are asking for.
  5. Permanent cosmetics are not easily removed.  Make good decisions up front. You can enjoy the liberation permanent cosmetics provides when you do your research and choose a qualified professional that you work well with.
 Which Technician Should I Choose?
Choose a technician carefully by considering the individual’s training, experience, compliance with local laws, and the technician’s “before and after” photograph portfolio. It is important to remember that the shape and proper placement of the procedure is as important as the right colour. Professionals have studied colour theory and skin undertones which results in the colour requested.  Unskilled people who have not pursued the required education do not have the knowledge required to translate pigment colour to skin to achieve the desired outcome.The preferred look is obtained during the course of consultation, initial procedure and follow-up appointment(s). Interaction between the client and the technician is of utmost importance.
 Is Permanent Cosmetic Makeup a Career For Me?
The opportunities for skilled Permanent Cosmetics technicians are impressive. Career and business opportunities will however vary depending on location and the individual technician’s training and skill level. Many nurses and a few doctors, as well as hair, skin, and nail care professionals are choosing to train in permanent cosmetics.
 Are There Any Side Effects During or After the Procedure?
While eyebrows may show little after effect, eyeliner and lips may show slight to moderate swelling. This is very dependent upon the amount of work performed. As examples; an eyelash enhancement will show very little response to the tattooing procedure compared to a more moderate response when wide eyeliner is performed.  The same applies to lip colour procedures.  A lip liner or blended lip liner will show less effects of the procedure than that of a full lip colour.  Also, some people swell more from minor skin infractions than others.During the procedure there may be some minor bleeding.  This again, is client specific.  Many people take blood thinners on a daily basis so some slight bleeding would be expected.  Others show little or no signs of bleeding.  Bruising is rare but again, if a person is on blood thinners, bruising could occur.  Eyebrows rarely, if ever produce any bruising whilst minor bruising during eyeliner procedures is possible if the skin being tattooed is very thin and close to the vascular system.  This also applies to lip procedures in the event of a client being more mature. If bruising does occur, it is typically minor and subsides in a few days.There is usually some tenderness for a few days. The colour is much darker than you may expect for the first six to ten days.

Other less often reported side effects are difficult to determine due to the individuality of each person’s biological system. This is why professional permanent cosmetic technicians require a client history profile to assess different factors that may contribute to your experience after the tattooing procedure has been completed.

 Do The Pigments Pose Allergy Problems?
People can develop an allergy to anything, at any time. However, pigment allergies are considered rare. Some doctors recommend that people with environmental allergies or allergies to conventional makeup have permanent cosmetic procedures because they can eliminate the need for cosmetic products that people are sensitive to. Ask your technician if they use pigments that are formulated from powders taken from the FDA’s Food Drug and Cosmetic (FD&C) listings. Although the FDA does not at this time approve or disapprove tattoo pigments, the SPCP considers pigments formulated from the FD&C listing the safest origin of pigment powders for permanent cosmetic pigment formulations.  Also PCASA and SPCP pigment suppliers are required to list the ingredients on their pigment labels.
 Is There Any Possibility for Medical Problems?
With today’s health standards, the possibility that you would have any problems or reactions from these procedures is almost non-existent. PCASA member professionals are given continued opportunities for education in practicing precise methods of disinfection and sterilization. Post procedural instructions, if followed carefully, will greatly reduce any risk. Medical problems associated with permanent cosmetics are often linked to poor attention to the required aftercare process on behalf of the client.Choose a time for procedures when you feel confident you can follow the simple, but very important after care instructions
 What’s a Touch-Up and Do I Need One?
Often the tattooed colour is not perfect after the initial procedure heals. Permanent cosmetic procedures are a process and at least one follow-up to the initial procedure should be scheduled. It is recommended that any required detail work to the original procedure be performed no sooner than four weeks after the original procedure. The minimum standard for follow-up detail work for lip procedures is six weeks. Lips have a different healing agenda than procedures performed on other parts of the face due to their delicate nature.The cited time frames will vary depending on the health profile and age of the client, but these are good minimum standards for consideration.
 Can I Still Have an MRI Scan?
Numerous studies have shown that even for people who have large body tattoos there is little to no potential for irritation resulting from an MRI. In the rare instance where discomfort resulted, it was localized and very temporary. However, with that said, it is prudent to advise your MRI technician that you have permanent cosmetics.
For a listing of member technicians in your area, see our online permanent makeup technician listings or Contact Us

Common procedures

Eyebrows

Are you eyebrow challenged? Are your eyebrows sparse due to over tweezing or a medical condition? Do you have little or no eyebrow hair? Do you find it difficult to put them on without your glasses, but your glasses are in the way? Does the drawn on design come out crooked or uneven? Do your pencilled brows wear off during the day?  For these reasons and many, many more, women are finding permanent cosmetic eyebrows a liberating procedure.

From providing a basic guideline for you to follow, should you like to pencil them yourself, to total brow recreation, your technician can create anything from a few hair strokes to dramatic fully coloured brows that even your closest friends won’t believe aren’t your own.

As with any artistic appearance enhancement service, techniques will vary from technician to technician. The process cited below are popular techniques used but not necessarily followed exactly, by all permanent cosmetic professionals.

If you wear eyebrow pencil, your technician may ask you to wear your pencilled eyebrows to the consultation the way you would like them to appear after the cosmetic tattoo has healed. Or, you may be asked to bring a pictorial representation of the preferred eyebrow design. If you have been asked to wear your eyebrows drawn in, or to bring in pictorial examples, your permanent cosmetic professional will advise you if the example(s) are age and style appropriate for permanent cosmetic eyebrows.

The skin is cleaned with an appropriate cleanser. Some technicians apply an anaesthetic before the cosmetic tattoo process and some do not. After the anaesthetic has taken effect and removed, the eyebrows are drawn on with an eyebrow pencil that has been disinfected prior to use.

It is very important that you and the permanent cosmetic professional you choose have a good verbal communication relationship. As the client, you must convey details of your design and colour preferences and the technician must understand these preferences and translate them over to tattooing artistic techniques.

Before any cosmetic tattooing commences, the client is given the opportunity to approve the design that will become permanent. The template is maintained in a variety of different manners depending on the technician you are working with. The worktable will be assembled with one-time-use accessories, a sterilized needle will be opened, the needle assembled into the device and the procedure begins.

They eyebrow design which has been approved by the client is tattooed on. Some technicians provide breaks during the cosmetic tattooing process to allow the client to sit up and take stock of how the design tattooing process is proceeding. Anaesthetic may or may not be used throughout the procedure. This is technician specific.

When the permanent eyebrow procedure has been completed, aftercare instructions are normally provided. Some technicians provide products if any are referred to in the instructions. A follow up appointment is normally scheduled in four to eight weeks depending on the age of the client, to determine how the eyebrow procedure healed and if any further work is needed.

Your life now becomes more carefree and convenient. You will likely find yourself participating in more activities and feeling more confident about your appearance under all circumstances.

Eyeliner

Is eyeliner important to your appearance and feeling of self confidence? Does your eyeliner smudge? Does it wear off during the day? Do you have trouble getting it straight or even? Are you allergic to cosmetic products or your allergies causing you to re-apply several times a day? Maybe your job requires that you go make-up free. If so… Permanent eyeliner procedures, also known as permanent cosmetics, permanent makeup, cosmetic tattooing, and micropigmentation could be perfect for you.

Eyeliner can be applied in many styles and colours, from soft, natural-looking lash enhancement to a defined line–the choice is yours! Some people feel both upper and lower eyeliner suits their needs best, while others feel only an upper or a lower eyeliner is appropriate. Whatever look you choose, you will wake up, shower, exercise, work, swim, and go to bed always looking your best. No more tattle tale eyeliner smear or smudge during the day, no more concern when participating in sports activities and best, your appearance remains consistently fresh appearing throughout the day and night.

As with any artistic appearance enhancement service, techniques will vary from technician to technician. Your permanent cosmetic professional may ask you to wear your eyeliner to the consultation the way you would like it to appear after the cosmetic tattoo has healed. Or, you may be asked to bring a pictorial representation of the preferred eyeliner design. Your technician will advise you if the example(s) are age and style appropriate for permanent cosmetic eyeliner.

The actual cosmetic eyeliner process varies, as there are numerous devices that prevent cross contamination that the permanent cosmetic professional may use. The choices are the coil machine, the linear device (the Neo Tat), the digital rotaries, the Permanent Cosmetic pen rotaries and the manual device. All, when used in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens guidelines, are safe. You may ask to see the attendance certificate indicating your technician has attended an OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens class. If there is permit, registration, or licensing required in your area, you should also look for the appropriate documents, which are required to be posted in plain sight, to ensure the cosmetic tattoo artist is compliant with state and local laws.

Some technicians will use a pre-procedure anaesthetic, some do not. If a pre-procedure anaesthetic is used and the technician is not a physician or working under the direction of a physician, it will be an over-the-counter (OTC) level anaesthetic which has proved to be quite effective. If you are working with an SPCP member technician, the anaesthetic is likely to be provided by an SPCP supplier member who ensures anaesthetic OTC contents levels are well within the limits of the law. The same applies to anaesthetics used during the permanent eyeliner procedure.
The work table will be assembled with one-time-use accessories. If a pre-procedure anaesthetic was applied, it is removed in a timely manner in accordance with manufacturer instructions, a sterilized needle will be opened, the needle assembled into the device and the procedure begins.

Typically, OTC eye products (eyewash, eye drops, etc.) are used throughout the permanent eyeliner procedure.
Aftercare instructions are normally provided and some technicians provide products if any are called out in the instructions.

A follow up appointment is normally scheduled in four to eight weeks, depending on the age of the client to determine how the eyeliner procedure healed and if any further work is needed.

Lipliner

Are you tired of refreshing your lip liner and/or lipstick several times during the day? Do the current all day lipstick brands make your lips dry or chapped? Would you like a professional opinion regarding the appearance of your lips and what can be accomplished with permanent cosmetics toward a more symmetric and fuller appearance? Is your inventory of lipsticks getting financially out of hand and a burden to keep fresh and environmentally clean? Are you aware that in 2004 the FDA banned cow brains in lipsticks due to mad cow disease? One has to wonder what else is in this pretty container that we would not find attractive if we were just made aware. Do you wish you had some of the natural colouring you had when you were younger? If so, permanent cosmetic lip liner is for you!

A natural appearing permanent cosmetic lip liner can be applied to give more definition, correct uneven lips, which will result in a fuller appearance. The procedure also helps prevent lipstick from bleeding and can minimize the appearance of wrinkles.

Full lip colour can be applied in either a natural hue or a more vivid one. Wear your permanent lip colour alone in a natural tone or apply different shades of lipstick over your permanent lip colour for those occasions when you prefer a more dramatic look. You will find that the colour lasts much longer when applied over permanent cosmetic lip colour.

Because the colouring and shape of the natural lip is unpredictable, it is common for a technician to request you attend a consultation before an appointment for the actual procedure is scheduled. At the consultation, your colour and shape objectives and probability of success with permanent cosmetic pigments and techniques will be discussed.
Permanent cosmetic professionals typically ask if you have ever had a cold sore or fever blister on the lips and if so what seems to be the trigger to this condition. If your answer to this question is “yes,” you will in all likelihood be requested to speak to your medical provider regarding a medication formulated specifically for a breakout, an antiviral medication.

If you and the consulting technician have agreed to go forward and schedule an appointment, the technician may suggest the timing does not coincide with any important events. Lips appear very vibrant for a few days after the initial procedure and dryness associated with the healing process requires the application of a moisturizing product. As with any artistic appearance enhancement service, techniques will vary from technician to technician.
The actual permanent cosmetic lip procedure varies as there are numerous devices that prevent cross contamination that technicians may use. The choices are the coil machine, the linear device (the Neo Tat), the digital rotary machines, the permanent cosmetic pen rotaries, and the manual device. All, when used in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens guidelines, are safe. You may ask to see the attendance certificate indicating your permanent cosmetic professional has attended an OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens class. If there is permit, registration, or licensing required in your area, you should also look for the appropriate documents, which are required to be posted in plain sight, to ensure the cosmetic tattoo artist is compliant with state and local laws.

Some technicians will use a pre-procedure anaesthetic, some do not. If a pre-procedure anaesthetic is used and the technician is not a physician or working under the direction of a physician, it will be an over-the-counter (OTC) level anaesthetic which has proved to be quite effective. If you are working with an SPCP member technician, the anaesthetic is likely to be supplied by an SPCP supplier member who ensures anaesthetic OTC contents levels are well within the limits of the law. The same would apply to anaesthetics used during the permanent cosmetic lip procedure.

The work table will be assembled with one-time-use accessories. If a pre-procedure anaesthetic was applied, it is removed in a timely manner in accordance with manufacturer instructions, a sterilized needle will be opened, the needle assembled into the device and the procedure begins.

Aftercare instructions are normally provided and some technicians provide products if any are called out in the instructions.

A follow up appointment is normally scheduled in four to eight weeks, depending on the age of the client, to determine how the lip tattoo procedure healed and if any further work is needed.

Other Permanent Cosmetic Procedures

Some clients have specialty needs and interests beyond the standard eyebrows, eyeliner and lip colouration. There are many other Permanent Cosmetic procedures available.

Camouflaging can take two different courses. Either a traditional tattoo can be applied over the discoloration or scar or the skin can be re-toned to more closely match the surrounding area.
Re-colouration is most successful on those areas not exposed to the daylight on a regular basis. The surrounding skin will change colour from UV exposure, even if protected by sun block, but the tattooed area will not change with it.
Applying a traditional artistic design over a scarred or discoloured area is the other option. As tattooing has become mainstream many more people are turning to this method to convert something that bothers them, into a work of beauty and art.
Potential clients must remember that these are advanced procedures and they need to feel very comfortable with the skill level of their technician. Feel free to ask questions: Have they done this sort of procedure before? Do they have photos available of their finished work? Have they taken advanced continuing education courses in the specialty area you are considering and do they have certificates to substantiate this? Most insurance companies will not even cover technicians for doing advanced specialty work without additional training and experience in the industry.

Choosing a Permanent Cosmetics Technician

The field of Permanent Cosmetics (Cosmetic Tattooing) is rapidly expanding in popularity. Women all over the country are learning of the benefits of having Permanent eyeliner, eyebrow coloring, lip color or lipliner. What could be better than to wake up looking as good in the morning as you did in the evening? Think of the time you could save putting on your makeup… Click here to download the full article

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Lovbeauty Geliable NX permanent makeup machine with battery

This machine is with precise control system and Battery power supply, can be for EYEBROW, EYELINER, LIP permanent makeup and MTS
About the battery, keep charging about 6 hours to make it full and can be working about 10 hours

Specifications:

Power supply AC100~240V
Power Out put 6V 1000mA
Machine Size: 250*150*32 mm
N.T Weight: 1.5 KG
Punch depth: 0~3.0mm (Adjustable)
Available needle 1R,3R,5R,5F,4S
Speed control  Intelligent digital controller
Output Interface 2

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Adapter 1piece

Handpiece 1piece

Packing bag 1piece

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6) USB connecting control panel and handpiece

7) Ipad size, push-button user interface, more easy and convenient operation

8) Using for Microneedle,Eyebrow,Eyeliner,Lip and small tattoo operation.

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1) The digital controller is rechargeable

2) The screen is touch sreen,Very low noise,stable needling

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Lovbeauty Geliable NX permanent makeup machine with battery
Lovbeauty Geliable NX permanent makeup machine with battery
Lovbeauty Geliable NX permanent makeup machine with battery
Lovbeauty Geliable NX permanent makeup machine with battery
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What is micro needling and how does it work?

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Micro needling is also called skin needling therapy,meso therapy or collagen induction therapy. It is a minimally-invasive non-surgical and nonablative procedure for facial rejuvenation that involves the use of a micro-needling device to create controlled skin injury.

As each fine needle punctures the skin, it creates a channel or micro-wound. The controlled injury triggers the body to fill these micro-wounds by producing new collagen and elastin in the papillary dermis. In addition, new capillaries are formed. This neovascularisation and neocollagenesis following treatment leads to reduction of scars and skin rejuvenation, i.e., improved skin texture, firmness and hydration.

There are various skin needling devices including Dermaroller? (Dermaroller GmbH); Dermapen? (Equipmed Pty Ltd; Australia) Derma-Stamps? (Dermaroller USA) and radial discs incorporating fine microneedles of various diameter and length, fabricated from a wide range of materials such as silicon, glass, metals, and polymers. The needles are up to 3 mm in length.

Professional skin needling is considered to be one of the safest skin treatment procedures. Unlike chemical peels, dermabrasion and laser treatments, skin needling causes minimal damage to the skin.

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HOW IS RED LIGHT WORKS

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633NM Red Light Anti-Aging Phototherapy works by penetrating a calming and relaxing red light at 633 nanometers on the skin to a depth of 8-10mm. The light rays stimulate the production of elastin and collagen, proteins with a high elasticity level that is used to repair damaged tissue, diminish lines, creases, furrows and crow’s feet. Red light therapy also increases circulation by relaxing the blood vessels in the treated areas allowing the blood to flow more easily. This further helps to prevent and treat wrinkles as increased circulation encourages the production of new skin cells. The light also refines pore size and skin texture without painful peels, surgery or injections and has been proven to fade age spots, scars, and control melasma and hyper pigmentation. LOV Red light Micro needle Therapy Pen works with 633nm red lights and stimulates circulation and repairs the elastin fibers within tissue to help keep skin firm.

LED lights have been proven to speed up the healing process and increase the livliness and absorption of the skin. The LOV LED Derma Micro Needle pen can remove wrinkles, body extension scars and burning scars, pigmentations, acne scars, stretch marks, cellulite and prevent hair loss. Furthermore it is a great tool for skin lifting and skin whitening.

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