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It makes some sense to associate Dermopigmentation with the concept of  tattoo, since both processes have a permanent and definitive duration. However, keep in mind that unlike the tattoo,  in  Dermopigmentation pigments the skin at a shallower level, causing less discomfort and allowing the  faster skin regeneration.


The first step of a Dermopigmentation work consists of communication  between the professional and the patient, with a fluid dialogue in which opinions are exchanged that allow the Dermopigmentation treatment to be personalized to the fullest.

Once the concerns have been agreed and defined  with her  patient, the Dermopigmentation treatment is carried out. During it, the patient may notice uncomfortable sensations such as redness and slight inflammation, especially if the work is done in sensitive areas.


Dermopigmentation implies the use of a Dermograph, depending on the area of the face or body to be pigmented, the indicated inducer will be used, which implies a different process for each case, seeking a result as natural as cosmetic makeup. The first visible results will occur after 30 days, when the skin has begun to renew the epidermis. Depending on the skin and the area to be pigmented, it is necessary to carry out several sessions with intervals of 2  months between each other. 


The treatment is  makes  in a sterile environment, with prior disinfection of the skin area by  part of the technical  using single-use disposable tools (nano needles, gloves, microbrushes, etc.). When done correctly, the treatment is virtually painless, although in practice, we use  a cream  High-efficiency topical painkiller (not injectable) to reduce any discomfort it may cause.

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