Small whitish spots, that are known as white freckles, appear over the years, especially on the legs, arms, hands and lap. The camouflage can be made through Iwama Sensitive Technique, the dermopigmentation that aims to achieve the harmony of the tissues’ coloration, preserving the skin’s health.
The camouflage is recommended for:
. Achromatic spots: called Leucoderma results of cutaneous photoaging, which it is just the accumulative action of solar radiation that causes alterations in the melanocytes.
. Hypochromic spots: occurred after inflammatory processes or injuries in the skin, characterized by hypochromic post-inflammatory.
Since the Iwama Sensitive Technique works without hurting the skin, the results are even more effective, making it practically impossible to identify the camouflaged spots, due to the naturality of the shades after the procedure.
The procedure is made in the superficial layer of the skin, in which there is practically no pain or bleeding, and consequently the tissue will heal in a smooth and calm way.
After complete healing, the person will be able to be exposed to the sun normally, without any alterations in the intended color, but it is recommended to use sunscreen to decrease the possibility of more spots in the region.
The recovery of the tissue is faster and smoother, because the signature of Iwama Sensitive Technique is to always work in a delicate way.
A light peeling on the first layer of the skin may occur, after the first three days. This process, already reveals the shade of the treated region, showing the similarity of the skin surrounding it.
The complete healing will be done in the period of 45 days, and there will be no reactions of pain, itchiness or intense peeling.
DURABILITY AND TOUCH-UP
The average durability is from two to four years, but since each organism reacts in a different way, the time of durability can increase or decrease.
The number of sessions needed will be determined with each organism’s reaction. However, many people after only one session, already feel comfortable and satisfied with the reached color.
Even though this technique is safe and effective, it is not recommended for:
Dark spots resulted from burns caused by products or citric foods exposed to the sun;
Red scars, or port wine;
Recently tanned skins;
Pregnant and lactating women;
People with uncontrolled diabetes;
People who take anticoagulants medicine;
People with keloid history;