Why should I choose Microblading?
Microblading is the perfect procedure for a patient that desires the look of expertly manicured and naturally enhanced brows, with out the need for tedious daily make up application.
Why choose the Centre for Pure Skin for my treatment?
As a fully accredited plastic surgery center we are held to the highest standards of safety and sanitation. When you receive your treatment in our office you can be assured that our staff has been rigorously trained and certified in the procedures we provide. In addition, our patients have access our three board certified physicians should any complications arise.
How is the application performed?
Microblading is performed by placing pigment into the dermis with a specially designed hand tool. Pigments are selected and formulated to based on the patient’s desired look. Your technician will expertly create the look of naturally full brows through individual strokes that look like hairs.
How long does it take?
The initial appointment will take approximately two hours. During the appointment your technician will map the brow area, determine your desired look, and draw out a measured eyebrow shape to perfectly compliment your facial features.
When will I see my final result?
The treatment is a two step process. As a part of your Microblading package, a second application session is included and will be scheduled 4 weeks after the initial appointment. Immediately following the the treatment, your eyebrows will appear darker than expected but fade during the healing process over the following four weeks.
Will it be painful?
At the Centre for Pure Skin we have tested and carefully selected a specially formulated prescription grade topical anesthetic to reduce any discomfort. It is included in your Microblading package and will be applied when you arrive for your appointment.
Are there any risks or complications?
Some patients could experience an allergic reaction to the pigment ingredients. If allergic reaction is a concern, you may request a patch test prior to you initial appointment. Serious complications are uncommon though it is important to stress that like all forms of tattooing, there is a risk of transmission of blood borne pathogenic organisms (e.g. blood born diseases). As a medical practice we have been extensively trained on blood born pathogens and are required to meet the highest level of standards for health and safety.