Benefits of the Softap Hand Method
Truly the most natural look in permanent cosmetics
I started doing permanent makeup in 1994 using a machine. At that time I injected anesthetics into the skin of my clients which generated trauma, and I used colors that I had to mix to get the desired tone.
I remember the day that I met Alexis Lawson for the first time. It was back in 1997 in San Leandro, CA when she introduced me to her products with pride.
She opened a new needle and taught me how the Softap hand method worked. It was surprised because what she did on my skin didn’t hurt at all. Three things caught my attention that day;
The fact that I wouldn’t need to inject anesthetics to my clients any more was something fantastic. I knew that if I used a less traumatic method, plus the numbing cream, I would reduce my client’s inflammation and downtime and It meant that everybody would be happier. Two weeks later, I signed up for my first Softap class.
ALL THESE SOFTAP BENEFITS THAT ALEXIS TOLD ME BACK IN THAT DAY, ARE THE BENEFITS THAT I PROMOTE TODAY.
With the SofTap® hand method, we can control the pressure that is applied to the skin and control the pain that our clients feel. Just decreasing the pressure and slowing down our liftoff, we decrease our client’s pain sensation.
FAST HEALING TIME
The method is gentle enough that the reticular and papillary layers of the dermis are not traumatized, generating less bleeding. Remember that blood washes away any color and brings immune cells that engulf and eliminate the pigment from the skin.
The pigment is placed on the surface of the skin's dermal layer and allowed to sink lower into the dermis, making the procedure permanent.
With the Softap hand method, the color pigments won’t be applied to the skin until we roll and lift the needle assembly off of the skin.
Let's suppose that you set your needle assembly onto the skin and decide that that's not exactly where you want the color to go down, then no problem! Just take away the needle assembly from the skin and no color will be deposited. It means that you can place the pigment exactly in the place that you desire.
During these years I’ve witnessed the progress and development of the Softap Needles and Technique. Nowadays, Softap offers multiple needles for microblading to perform numerous effects and individual hair strokes with different thicknesses
I hope that what I do, inspires you for your next Procedure!
Dr. Sandra Cardona
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