Topical Anesthetic Creams

The topical anesthesia anesthetic creams used today are much stronger than in previous years. If you follow the simple rules beforehand: no alcohol, aspirin, anticoagulant drugs, vitamin E, garlic supplements or herbal three, preferably five days before your appointment. greatly reduce the discomfort associated with the procedure. Furthermore, no caffeine the day of the procedure. Following these guidelines increases their level of comfort during your permanent makeup procedure. Q11) How long will it take? A11) The majority of the procedures require approximately 2-3 hours.

The most important of all is the art procedures and choice of colors, which require approval by the client. Q12) How soon will I see results? A12) Within seven days you will notice a visible difference. We ask all our customers reach for verification 30 days after the creation of time that adjustments will be made (if necessary). Q13) How long last? A13) Normally one to five years maybe longer. Re-enhancements also known as “tweaks” or “increases the color update” is recommended for maintenance. You must remember that permanent makeup is a “low”, not “no” maintenance procedure.

Eventually need a touch of color when the color fades. Once the color lightens you will know you are ready to promote the update of its color! You can not avoid this? everything fades with time, especially anything in the sun. Q14) What kind of allergies? A14) Those with allergies are particularly good candidates for permanent makeup. If you are prone to allergies, you may ask the technician about an allergy test. The allergy test is performed using a red pigment. The red pigment is usually the one that will cause the most noticeable allergic reaction if there will be a reaction. The reactions are rare. Q15) What is the cost? A15) Fees vary with the necessary creation and determined in a free consultation. But remember, you get what you pay. You can expect to pay between $ 300 – $ 600 per procedure, depending on your technician and your location.

The smartest thing to do is to make sure not to choose the cheapest artist, but it is not necessary to choose the more expensive artist. Q16) What happens if the form is not what I want? A16) The eyebrows are drawn in semi-permanent marker before the start of any procedure, so you can see exactly what’s going to do before anything permanent is applied. Q17) What about removal of pigment? A17) We call “lifting of the removal of pigments,” which is available and works very well if the technician is trained in the process. Typically only small areas should try to be lifted with either a salt mixture of saline or a similar “lifting” of the product, used only for this purpose? trying to eliminate the largest areas of permanent makeup pigments will require more extensive treatment, such as a laser. In these circumstances, contact a dermatologist. Nancy is certified by the American Academy of Micropigmentation and remains active in the Society of Cosmetic PermanenteProfesionales. See their website:.