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Permanent Makeup Removal Treatments: Lasers, Non-laser, Creams and More

Permanent Makeup Removal Treatments: Lasers, Non-laser, Creams and More
Permanent makeup tattoo treatments have been gaining popularity in recent years, especially microblading. As the demand for permanent makeup increases, so does the need for tattoo removal. Removal is usually requested when the patients feel that the makeup no longer reflects their style or when the results are not what they were expecting. Permanent makeup is hard to master, even with proper training. Recently, there has been a trend of untrained individuals administering permanent makeup. While it is recommended to receive certification, an individual can perform permanent makeup treatments without any qualifications. Removing pigments from the skin There are several methods to lighten or reduce pigment molecules in the skin. This includes laser, non-laser solutions, and topical lotions. Each approach has its strengths and weaknesses. You should determine the most appropriate treatment after evaluating the circumstances of the patient. 1. Lasers La ...

Patients with Tired, Dark Under-Eyes? Refresh Them with Juvederm!

Patients with Tired, Dark Under-Eyes? Refresh Them with Juvederm!
Whether they’re caused by fatigue, genetics, or the ageing process, under-eye bags are an incredibly common issue. And, while a variety of cosmetic creams and so-called “natural” treatments—such as cucumber compresses, rosewater, and raw potato slices —are often suggested as a cure-all for this troublesome issue, hyaluronic fillers provide much more effective, long-lasting results. If your patients are complaining about puffy, discolored, or tired-looking under-eyes, consider treating them with Juvederm injections. What causes dark circles and under-eye bags?   As previously mentioned, dark circles—a general term for cosmetic concerns in the under-eye area —may stem from a variety of issues. Characterized by a lack of fat beneath the eye, this discoloration stems from an indentation known as the “tear trough hollow.” While genetics are often a culprit for this problem, fatigue, dehydration, allergies, and the aging process may a ...

How Can Hyaluronidase Treat the Tyndall Effect?

How Can Hyaluronidase Treat the Tyndall Effect?
What is the Tyndall effect? The Tyndall effect, originally known as Willis–Tyndall scattering, is the scattering of light by particles in a colloid or in a very fine suspension. This phenomenon is named after the Irish physicist, John Tyndall who discovered that a beam of light can become scattered and visible by illuminating particles. In the world of aesthetic medicine, the Tyndall effect is the bluish discoloration of the skin that has been injected too superficially with dermal fillers. This preventable side effect is typically seen in areas where the skin is thin, such as the tear trough and perioral areas, as light is more easily reflected in these areas. Patients and doctors may sometimes have difficulty observing this cosmetic complication under poor lighting. In fact, The Tyndall effect can even appear as a bruise. Nevertheless, physicians should look for raised areas or palpable lumpiness where the filler is administered, as this may indicate the filler has been inject ...