What is Microblading?
Microblading is a semi-permanent tattoo technique used to create the illusion of fuller brows. "With this method I can create almost any look: from a very natural light finish to a beautifully bold brow. First, is the consultation is about the best brow shape for your face and choosing a color that matches the natural hair color and skin undertone. The brow area is then cleaned and numbed for the treatment. Instead of using a tattoo machine, a little handheld tool is used to manually draw hair strokes. Lastly, an aftercare ointment is applied to help with the healing process.
How long do they last?
Not forever, but way longer than your waterproof eyebrow gel, that's for sure! In fact, according to Aava, microblading can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on your skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, and the products that you use. However, touch-ups are commonly needed about once a year, especially for those with oily skin, as the ink tends to fade and blur faster.
Who should not get Microblading?
Diabetes, Pregnancy or breastfeeding, transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis, skin cancer, hemophiliac, healing disorders
psoriasis, eczema, rashes or blisters on the skin that is to be treated
HYPER PIGMENTATION / KELOIDS
Thyroid medication, blood thinners, Accutane or steroids
WHAT IS PLASMA FIBROBLAST THERAPY?
Plasma Skin Tightening or Plasma Fibroblast is a revolutionary treatment that allows us to eliminate the excess tissue that causes wrinkles, sagging skin, stretch marks, and even scarring.
Fibroblasts play an important role in helping skin wounds heal as well as maintaining skin firmness and tightness.
Plasma fibroblast therapy uses a pen-like device that discharges a high-frequency electric current to small areas of the skin.
The plasma tip doesn’t directly touch the skin, but instead releases a targeted current just above the skin. The hot current creates small holes, or micro-injuries, in the skin’s layer.
According to an 2019 article published in the PMFA journal, the thermal disruption, or heat damage, from plasma fibroblast therapy:
breaks down proteins in the skin
encourages tissue regeneration
stimulates fibroblast activity
causes tissue contraction (tightening)
WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED?
Non-surgical blepharoplasty – skin tightening of saggy upper and lower eyelids
–Unwanted wrinkles on face – frown lines, crow’s feet, smoker’s lines, neck lines etc.
– Skin pigmentation, age spots on face or hands, sun spots, melasma, freckles
– Scarring including stretch marks, acne scars and post-surgical scars
_ Tummy, front thighs, back thighs, elbows, knees
WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE LIKE?
While the procedure may vary slightly based on where you’re having the treatment, the basic steps typically include:
Cleansing the skin and applying a topical anesthetic (numbing) cream. You may need to wait about 30 minutes for the numbing cream to take effect.
Treating the designated skin area with the plasma pen. The pen will create small arcs of microcurrents that make small scab-like dots on the skin.
A professional will remove the numbing cream and apply a cooling gel to minimize the tingling and burning sensation whenever possible.
The procedure usually takes about 30 to 60 minutes to perform.
Once the procedure is completed, you can expect the small dots to scab over and fall off after about 1 week. Over the next couple of weeks, as your skin heals, it should appear tighter and firmer.
Some people may see benefits from one treatment, while others may require three treatments before they see results.
Crows Feet/under eye/eyelid
Folsom Treatment Room
( Located inside BellaBe Salon )
2791 E Bidwell St,
Folsom Ca 95630
Roseville Treatment Room
2007 Opportunity Dr.
Roseville Ca 95678
Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm \ Saturday: 9am - 4pm \ Sunday: closed