|Q&A| How To Fix The Case Of A Customer Who Has Been Spraying Lips For 6 Months & Has Protruding Upper Border
The problems that arise after spraying lips are asked by many students to the Center, and the question with the content "customers have sprayed their lips for 2/3/4/5/6 months with protruding edges, Miss Tram Academy received many times, so MT has an article to share about this section based on working and learning experience from many colleagues and experts.
For this specific case, the auditor should know:
The reason that the customer has sprayed his lips but has a convex edge may be due to:
+ Guests with keloid scars – that is, these people will have excessive collagen levels during wound recovery, so they form raised bumps on the surface of the skin. In particular, in the case of customers with keloid scars combined with old invasive methods, the keloid part will be severe.
+ Due to the force of the needle when performing KTV is too strong.
So how to fix this case:
+ This case can be overcome by injection to dissolve the scar. However, the cost for this method is high and it must be a reputable establishment - ensuring that you are eligible to implement this method for customers.
Or advise customers to use laser to easily regenerate lip skin, then apply keloids to even skin color and treat scars.
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