Eyelash rolling

laminarea genelor - cosmtologie - skinmed clinic

Description  procedure:

Eyelash lamination is a non-invasive technique to achieve long, curved, coloured and strengthened eyelashes for 3 to 8 weeks. With the products used during the procedure, we get both natural eyelash beautification and eyelash care.

Stages procedure:

The rolling process starts with eye make-up removal and continues with eyelash degreasing, using a special product. Then the beautician will separate the upper lashes from the lower lashes with special patches or medical tape. 

Next, curlers (special silicone strips) are applied to the upper eyelid, on which the upper lashes are lifted, combed and fixed. Then the 5 substances needed for the lamination will be applied in order, each one needing its own time of action. When the process is complete, the curlers are removed and the lashes are brushed out.

To whom it is addressed  lamination of genes?

Eyelash curling has emerged as an alternative to eyelash extensions and is suitable for people who want long, curved lashes, but in a natural effect. 

The procedure works well for people who have short, light-coloured eyelashes, those with straight lashes, those who want to take a break from eyelash extensions, people who do not use or have developed an allergy to mascara.

How to care for eyelashes  after rolling?

Immediately after the procedure, between 12 and 24 hours, the substances used are still active and we can't make up/remove make-up, we can't wet our eyelashes and we have to be a little careful about the way we sleep, especially if we chose to do the lamination in the evening. 

After this time we can resume our grooming rituals, wet our lashes, swim, apply mascara, whatever.

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How long does the procedure take  of rolling?

The lamination lasts approximately 60-75 minutes, during which time 5 substances are applied to the natural lashes, each with its own action time. 

Because the recipient of the procedure is always with her eyes closed, it can be a well-deserved relaxation.

It's painful  or unpleasant?

The lamination does not hurt or bother, the patient keeps her eyes closed and no effort is required on her part.

How long should  repeat the procedure?

The first two lamination sessions are done every 3 weeks, then depending on the speed of regeneration of each person's natural eyelashes, every 4-8 weeks.

My eyes are sensitive and I tear up,  is a problem?

No, it does not affect the lamination procedure.

Who is not recommended  rolling procedure?

The substances used in the lamination process have no side effects and do not cause allergies, there is only one contraindication, to dye eyelashes in the process, if the person is allergic to eyelash/skin dye in general. Other contraindications are for people who have an eye infection or have undergone eye surgery until the problem has healed.

There is also the (rare) possibility that the procedure may not work for people who are menopausal or have certain hormonal imbalances.

There is a risk  my eyelashes fall out?

No, this does not happen.

When the effects of rolling start to show,  What should I expect?

The effects of lamination are seen immediately after the procedure, eyelashes become more curved, have a more intense color, appear thicker, the effect is natural. 

Immediately afterwards, they may seem a little stuck together, the fault being the keratin oil used at the end, and then the next day, after the first make-up removal, the lashes will be beautifully shiny. Over time, after several procedures, the lashes will become longer and stronger.

Lamination is the same thing  with the eyelash perm?

No, these are two different processes. Laminating uses only the first two steps of the perm, but on a much smaller area of the natural lashes, 1-2 mm, 1 mm away from the base (not the whole lash as with the perm), followed by tinting, SPA lash cream and final care serum.

It requires a  special training beforehand?

No, there is no need. However, it would be desirable for the patient to come in unblessed, otherwise the working time will be prolonged and eye make-up will have to be removed.

You also need to make sure that you are not going to apply make-up immediately after the procedure.

Questions frequent

The Clear Skin laser has two main actions in the treatment of active acne: 

- will reduce Propionibacterium acnes flora by altering the bacterial cell membrane
- will reduce the activity of the sebaceous glands, which secrete sebum in smaller, more fluid quantities. 

Clinically, these effects will translate into a reduction in hyperseborrhoea, closed and open comedones, pore size and inflammatory acne lesions. 

At the same time, those micro-pulses of energy cause micro-injury to the collagen in the dermis, causing a healing reaction with collagen and elastin synthesis, correcting post acne scars, pigmented spots, erythematous spots, enlarged pores and generally creating smoother, more even, more aesthetic skin.

Clear Skin is a laser used in aesthetic dermatology for several types of conditions: acne, post acne scars, enlarged pores, vascular conditions, hyperpigmentation.

The protocol comprises a series of 4-6 sessions, spaced every 2 weeks and can be integrated into complex treatment protocols.

A treatment session lasts 30 minutes, does not require anaesthesia, the usual sensation during the procedure is warmth, slight stinging.

Unlike other acne treatments (chemical peels, fractional CO2 laser, microneedling), the patient can return to daily activities because the skin has not been damaged and does not need a healing period.

Results are seen 3-4 weeks after starting treatment.

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