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"It is our objective to safely and effectively camouflage skin damage. Our goal is to help people feel more confident about themselves and their skin" - Jhon-Jhon, CMI
Paramedical services provide a finishing touch to surgical procedures, camouflaging scars and burns, breast reconstruction, etc. Micropigmentation has the ability to break up scar tissue and color it to better match your natural skin tone to improve your appearance and renew confidence in yourself. Paramedical Cosmetics can disguise scars and discolorations from clef palate, birthmarks, freckles, age spots and cosmetic surgeries like face lifts and tummy tucks.
There is an answer to Vitiligo!
Advanced techniques are used to implant skin-colored pigments to create a natural and pleasing camouflage and balance the affected areas with the surrounding healthy skin.
This usually requires a few sessions in order to achieve satisfactory results, as we need to see how the pigment reacts to your body chemistry.
Feel free to finally show off your toes and buy those open-toed heels or sandals that you have always wanted to wear!
VITILIGO LIPS, DISCOLORED LIPS, OR UNEVEN LIP COLOR
Lips that are discolored or uneven in color can be filled in with natural lip colors to help build self confidence.
IS PERMANENT/ PARAMEDICAL COSMETICS SAFE?
Permanent Cosmetics, Paramedical Cosmetics, or Micropigmentation, uses a hypo-allergenic, natural iron oxide pigment that is specifically designed for facial and body applications. It is a safe and completely controlled method of applying subtle micro insertions that form a natural shadow of color on the skin. Carefully applied, the pigment is placed into the uppermost dermal layer of the skin. There are no added fragrances, emollients or other ingredients.
Cosmetic grade of iron oxides and lakes with the value of 6 to 8 microns should only be used for all micropigmentation procedures. These kinds of pigments are safe for human use and contain no heavy metals such as lead, cadmium and hexavalent chromium. Iron Oxides are inert, innocuous, non-reactive in the human skin and are NOT absorbed into the body if an indivdual is anemic. The pigments that we use are manufactured in FDA approved laboratories and meet OSHA's consumer safety standards.
who benefits from permanent/ paramedical cosmetics?
Do i have a choice in color?
Most Definitely! There is a wide spectrum of colors that you may choose from. Your practitioner will work with you to choose a color that best suits your needs.
is it painful?
An extremely effective topical anesthetic is used for comfort. Most clients experience only the slightest scratching sensation. Sensation can vary person-to-person.
what is involved in recovery?
There will be slight swelling and redness in the skin; which will quickly subside. You may resume normal activity immediately after the procedure. A perfecting visit (if need be) will be scheduled 6 weeks after the initial procedure.
how long will it last?
It varies on the individual’s body chemistry. Average is between 3 to 5 years. The color may be darker than you would expect for the first 5 to 10 days.
why choose jhon-jhon?
Jhon-Jhon is a National Board Certified Instructor for the Jhon-Jhon Institute and is an expert in Micropigmentation and color theory. It can't get any better than that.
It is important for the consumer to understand what they should be looking for in a Permanent Cosmetics specialist. Permanent Cosmetics is considered tattooing which means that we are breaking the skin and there are special guidelines that need to be followed. Not all states have regulations for tattooing and permanent cosmetics and it is up to the consumer to do their research and make sure they are going to a licensed facility.
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