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What are Paramedical Makeup Procedures?
Paramedical Makeup Procedures, also known as ‘medical tattoo’, are permanent makeup services that support medical work but are performed by professionals other than physicians. Clients who have experienced trauma or self-consciousness for a number of medical issues can often find relief through these procedures.
Some examples of paramedical procedures are areola tattooing, scar tissue camouflage, cleft lip camouflage, vitiligo skin re-pigmentation, hairline restoration, and treatments for alopecia, trichotillomania, and dermatillomania.
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A paramedical procedure that’s done most often is areola restoration. It’s also called a 3D areola and nipple procedure. Many people receive a breast reduction after having been diagnosed with breast cancer. Some have had one or two surgeries, and others have had more than one and/or more than one reconstructive surgery.
Other conditions for this procedure include people who’ve applied products like lotions or serums to their areola that have lightened them over time or someone who has naturally light areola and wants to add color to them.
Women who love the way they look naturally can find it difficult to imagine what it would feel like to lose some of their natural beauty due to medical conditions. Areola reconstruction or 3D areola and nipple procedures can provide a return on that loss through the use of this technique.
Many people have scars from different accidents and injuries, and they’re looking for ways to conceal them. They feel like something is missing from their shoulders. We can help them make it right!
Another type of medical tattoo procedure is to camouflage scar tissue, and it is performed by either lightening or darkening the area.
Cleft Lip Camouflage
Similar to the scar tissue camouflage procedure, Cleft Lip Camouflage and Pigmentation is done to camouflage scars from cleft lip surgeries and round out the cupid’s bow, giving the client a more pronounced and balanced appearance to their lips. In this procedure, the artist will perform scar tissue camouflage as well as a normal lip procedure to give the clients their desired look. These procedures are often done in a series of sessions, each with a different purpose. Some artists may prefer to ensure that the scar is completely covered prior to beginning with the lip procedure, or vice versa, in order to ensure the procedure achieves the desired result. Overdrawing the lips will make them appear larger, but it is expected to even out and balance the client’s lips.
Vitiligo Skin Re-Pigmentation
Vitiligo is a long-term condition that causes the skin to lose its pigment. It’s caused by a lack of melanin, which is the pigment in the skin. As a result, pale white patches develop on the skin. Vitiligo affects any part of the body, but it often appears on the face, neck, and hands, as well as in skin creases. This disease can affect anyone, regardless of skin tone, and is even more noticeable in those with darker skin. This condition is not life-threatening or painful at all. However, the patients who have it are sometimes self-conscious or unhappy with their appearance.
The Vitiligo Skin Re-pigmentation procedure can camouflage the appearance of patches of color in the skin, resulting in even skin color. Because of the nature of the disease, clients may return for touch-ups and additional procedures.
Hairline restoration is a paramedical procedure that includes the use of advanced techniques, specially designed needles, and hair color pigments to add natural-looking hair strokes to the scalp to replicate the appearance of hair.
Many men and women who are missing hair either in the hairline or on other parts of their heads choose to undergo hairline restoration to give them the appearance of having fuller hair and camouflage the area of self-consciousness that exists due to the lack of hair.
This procedure often involves a long-term relationship between the client and artists. Clients may need to return for touch-ups yearly or as needed, depending on their selected technique and goals for their procedure.
Traditional Permanent Makeup
Permanent makeup treatments are also considered medical procedures when the client suffers from alopecia, trichotillomania, dermatillomania, or other medical conditions that cause the client to have trouble growing hair or keeping hair in the eyebrows and eyelashes.
We are doing regular services such as microblading, eyeliner, or powder brows to relieve our clients of the cause of worry and self-consciousness.