As well as revolutionising conventional cosmetics, permanent cosmetic procedures have had far reaching benefits in the paramedical field also, in particular, for the following medical conditions:

Alopecia, scarring, cleft lip, vitiligo, and loss of hair due to cancer, allergies and trichotillomania.

These conditions can have a devastating impact on the way we look and feel and through the use of permanent cosmetics; a person’s confidence and self-esteem can be improved.

Alopecia

For those who have lost their eyebrows and eyelashes because of alopecia, permanent makeup can be the answer, giving you perfectly shaped eyebrows which frame your face and restore the definition lost.

You can choose either a natural hair stroke effect or a soft pencilled look, depending on what suits your individual needs.

You can also have a very subtle liner around your eyes, again to restore definition and give the appearance of eyelashes.

Trichotillomania

More people than you realise, suffer from a condition called Trichotillomania, the pulling out of hair from various parts of the body, but mainly the scalp, eyebrows and eyelashes. Permanent cosmetics can be of great benefit as it can replicate lost eyebrows using the natural hair stroke effect and also give the appearance of eyelashes, helping restore a person’s confidence and eliminating the stress and embarrassment that the resulting bald patches can cause.

Scar Camouflage

Light coloured scars can be camouflaged long-term using medical tattooing – during which ‘prescriptive’ skin coloured pigments are infused into the scar to minimise its appearance.

 

SCAR APPEARANCE

For best results scars should be:

  • Minimal 1 year old
  • Paler than the surrounding skin
  • Not noticeably raised or sunken
  • Have a smooth texture

 

It’s important that medical tattooing is carried out when the skin is not tanned as the success of the treatment is dependent on the correct ‘prescriptive’ skin-tone pigments being blended to achieve a look that ‘merges’ into the natural skin colour.

 

If tanned skin is ‘colour-matched’ and the tan fades, the infused pigments will not fade, leaving a noticeable demarcation between the healthy skin and the treated scar.

The reverse is also a consideration and clients must accept that sun exposure must be minimal once the scar has been camouflaged.

Areola and Nipple

This is ideal for clients who have undergone breast surgery and have lost a nipple as a result.

Paramedical permanent cosmetics can give the appearance of a nipple and areola by clever shading techniques.
Please book an appointment with Faye for a free consultation at her Contourlines clinic in Yeovil to discuss treatments available.

Cleft Lip Repair

Cleft Lip Restoration gives a lasting solution to the problem and enhances the appearance of the cleft lip.

By infusing into your lips a ‘prescriptive’ shade that’s ideal for you, Faye will achieve a symmetrical lip-line and cupids bow, improve the shape of your mouth and give definition to your lips.

Please book an appointment with Faye for a free consultation at her Contourlines clinic in Yeovil to discuss treatments available.

Vitiligo

Vitiligo or leukoderma as it is also known is a chronic skin disorder that causes loss of pigment, resulting in irregular pale patches of skin.

Paramedical permanent cosmetics can be used very effectively to restore natural colour to the skin through repigmentation.

 

Correctional

Old permanent cosmetics and poor work can be improved using correctional techniques.

Results of correctional procedures cannot be guaranteed as they are experimental in nature and the success relies on the nature of the original application. Multiple treatments are often required to get optimum results and hence extra top up costs may be incurred.

Prices may vary depending on the work required.

Micro Hair Simulation

Cosmetic tattoo is the perfect answer for hair loss irregularities due to: Scars from injury or surgery, Scars formed from donor sites in hair transplant surgery, Hair loss or thinning hair in females especially in the hairline or the crown of the scalp, Hair loss due to Trichotillomania.

Micro-Hair Simulation Micro-hair-simulation offers a surgery-free long-term solution to hair loss as a result of:

  • Regular pattern hair-loss on the scalp
  • Hair thinning on the scalp
  • Scars formed from donor sites in hair transplant surgery
  • Scars from injury or surgery
  • Alopecia
  • Trichotillomania

For any form of medical tattooing, please book a free consultation with Faye at her Contourlines clinic in Yeovil to discuss possible treatment options and cost.