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    Mesotherapy with Microneedling

    What is Mesotherapy with Microneedling? Mesotherapy topical serums are designed to improve the look of scars, boost collagen, encourages hair growth, fat reduction, repair broken capillaries, acne and so much more. Micro-needling in and of itself, can offer a minimally invasive solution to so many skin issues. Simply put, micro-needling is the insertion of very fine short needles into the skin for the purpose of rejuvenation by creating microscopic punctures in the skin. It’s also called skin needling, collagen induction therapy (CIT), and percutaneous collagen induction (PCI). Most anyone can have the procedure performed as long as they do not have any active infections, lesions, or any known wound healing…

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    Everything you need to know about Plasma Skin Tightening Fibroblasting

    Everything you need to know about Fibroblasting  Plasma Skin Tightening Fibroblasting Plasma Skin Tightening is a non surgical cosmetic enhancement designed to shrink the skin using a disposable, sterile probe that stimulate fibroblasts. Fibroblasts are collagen producing cells in the skin. This treatment is performed with a device called the plasma pen that creates plasma waves. These waves are directed as tiny light spots along the wrinkle lines. The needle like attachment never touches the skin.  Tiny plasma arc connects the tip of the device to the surface of the skin (called arching) which causes the old collagen to be removed by a process called sublimation (evaporation) and fibroblasts are…

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    Hyaluron Pen This is it….

    The Hyaluron Pen-Wrinkles, Lips and Biorevitalization This is it ladies! I’m so incredibly excited about this device. The hyaluron pen is a game changer. Brows by Liah is a proud, certified hyaluron pen technician and I’ve already changed many lives with this amazing device. The hyaluron pen uses the same technology as an epi pen. It has a spring and a micro-sized hole that uses air pressure to administer cosmetic drugs. The hyaluron pen can inject filler into lips, fine lines, and wrinkles without the need to traumatize skin with a needle. It’s almost painless and feels like the snap of a rubber band. The filler used is hyaluronic acid…

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    Who should avoid Microblading?

    Who should avoid microblading?  If you are prone to keloids or post-inflammatory hypopigmentation, microblading should not be attempted as microblading punctures the skin. Any blood disease that is transmittable such as HIV or Hepatitis will make you ineligible for microblading by most licensed artists. It is Brows by Liah’s policy not to perform any procedure on anyone with a transmittable disease. If you are undergoing chemotherapy, Brows by Liah requires that you provide a doctors consent form. This is a great option to restore the eyebrows after chemotherapy. Present skin conditions such as shingles, eczema, or any other condition that is near the eyebrows will need to be nonexistent before…

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    Blading Pre Procedure Advice

    Blading Pre Procedure Advice Microblading procedure normally requires multiple treatment sessions. For best results, clients will be required to return for at least one retouch appointment. This will take place between 4-6 weeks after the initial procedure. Those with oily skin may require an additional touch up. Please be aware that color intensity will be significantly darker and sharper immediately after the initial procedure and will reduce by 30-50% Although numbing cream is used during the procedure, slight sensitivity/discomfort may still be felt by sensitive clients. Delicate or sensitive skin may be red and/or swollen after the procedure Please wear your normal make up on the day of your procedure…

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    The Healing Process

    Anyone considering this procedure should be well informed of the process and reasonable expectations. Your artist should take time in explaining the process and what you should expect over the next 30 days. The brows always look amazing when they’re fresh but this is only a small part of the process. The real importance is how they will heal. Your artist is only concerned with long term results rather than short term success. Day 1: You’re in love with your new brows. They look so perfect. Day 2-4: These brows are way too dark, bold, and the shape looks thicker. I want to rub them, but I know thats not…

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