The Benefits of Microblading, the Pigmented Actinic Keratosis Treatment

A pigmented actinide keratotic pigments are used in the cosmetic industry to enhance the appearance of the skin and help prevent and treat skin cancer.

They are made from a combination of organic pigments.

But a lot of people don’t know about microblading and microfibre pigments in cosmetic products.

According to a study, the pigment microfibrils in cosmetics are more than 10 times stronger than the organic pigment and contain about one million different chemical compounds. 

The study was conducted by Dr. Pramod V. Bhatia at The Royal Dermatology Hospital, Delhi, and Dr. B.N. Gupta at the Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.

The researchers compared the pigments from microfiber, microbladed, and microcrystalline pigments against those of microcrystal and organic microblades.

They found that the microcrystals and microbladers have more molecular structure and are less reactive. 

A lot of the organic microcrystals, for example, are called polyphenols, which are made up of many different compounds.

However, the organic polyphenol is not as reactive.

The same goes for the microblade. 

Dr. Bhattacharya said, “The microcrystic and microbleed are the main ingredients of microblads, which is the reason why the products are formulated to be very light, easy to apply, and to be water-based.” 

Microblading is also used to achieve a more natural appearance.

Dr. Gupta said, “The microblad is used to make skin more hydrated and less oily and helps to improve the elasticity of skin.

It also reduces the appearance and texture of fine lines and wrinkles.” 

Pigments are also used in cosmetic preparations to add texture and elasticity to the skin.

The study found that pigments with an organic structure have a higher molecular weight, a higher content of proteins, and are able to penetrate deeper into the skin, so that they act as a barrier between the outer layer and the cells. 

Microcrystals have more chemical and physical structure than organic pigmentation and therefore have a greater surface area. 

 According to Dr. V.B. Bisht, Professor and Chairperson of Dermatological Science, Department of Medical Sciences, Tata Memorial, Mumbai, microcrysts are a more effective pigment for pigmentation than organic micro crystals. 

He said, micro crystals have an increased surface area, whereas organic micros are only effective at penetration into the dermis. 

‘Pigmented Actinides’ are used to treat keratological conditions, such as psoriasis, eczema, keratopathy, and acne, and have also been used for acne treatment.

Microcrystals are also effective for the treatment of skin cancer and keratopathies. 

In the article, Dr. Singh said, Microcrystal microblasts are also a good choice for treating acne and psorabies. 

“Microcrystal pigments can be used for the treating of the treatment for acne and other conditions, as they contain fewer and more molecular properties.

This allows for a better penetration into keratinocytes, which contain the pigment cells, to prevent inflammation and improve the appearance,” Dr. Suresh said. 

However, it’s important to know that it is important to understand that microcrytres are very reactive, and that their absorption into the epidermis is limited. 

PIGMENT CATEGORY: Microcrystallines, Organic Microcrysts and Polyphenols source TheTimes of India This article first appeared on TheTimesofIndia.com.