SPMU Q & A
How long will the make-up last?
Although pigment molecules stay in the skin indefinitely the colour remains visible for several years. This is variable depending upon the client’s age, skin type, colour choice and lifestyle.
Is the procedure painful?
Every client is different but with advanced new equipment and techniques discomfort is minimal. Topical anaesthetic is used.
Do I have a choice on placement and colour?
Definitely. The client is in control every step of the way from desired shape to colour selection.
How long will it take?
You should allow a minimum of 1.5 hours for a new procedure.
What happens before/after the procedure?
A consultation and patch test are required prior to the procedure being carried out (deductable from first treatment cost) Immediately post procedure the area treated may appear swollen and the colour will appear darker and more intense. This will last for several days. Top up treatments can only be completed after four weeks in order for the pigment to mature in the skin and the true colour to emerge.
For further information on any surgical procedures or
to book a consultation, please contact us at:
Fitzwilliam Clinic, 70-72 Lisburn Road, Belfast
Tel: 028 9032 3888