Scanty Brows & Face Feature Correction

We would all love to wake up looking perfect, fresh and ready to take on the day as effortlessly as we can. AAYNA introduces micropigmentation, using a patented Nano-Blading Technology more popularly known as Semi-Permanent Make-Up.

An aesthetic specialty, Semi-Permanent Make-Up using the nano blading technique helps improve, correct and enhance your natural features. This procedure is medically proven and the pigments used are extremely safe.

This state-of-the-art technique helps deliver the pigment into the dermal layer in a natural manner with feather-touch strokes, thereby making the appearance look natural. The obsolete method of tattooing with permanent pigment, is now being replaced by this revolutionary treatment of semi-permanent make-up.

Cosmetic Micropigmentation

The eyes, eyebrows and lips help frame our faces and give character to it. Cosmetic tattooing with semi-permanent make-up helps correct, enhance and give a natural effect which can last for anywhere between 1-3 years. The results will make you fall in love with yourself even more.

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Scanty Eyebrows

We spend fortunes on looking younger. But all of it becomes quite pointless if the hands give away the real story… and they always do. Not only are our hands vulnerable to the first signs of ageing, they often age faster than the face.

There is very little fat on the back of the hands and, as part of the normal ageing process, when collagen or elastin fibers begin to break down, it has a noticeable impact on hands. Volume loss shows up in the form of prominent veins and sallow skin.

There are many treatments available, including fillers and fat transfer injections. But, if you are looking for a non-invasive procedure, there is Exilis Elite.

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Eyeliner

Gravity, increasing age and volume loss cause descent of fat and a reduction in the elasticity of the skin. Initially, this is responsible for slackening, and later, for sagging of skin of the face, giving you a square look.

From having a V shaped face, we become A with the square more prominent in the lower half of the face. A double chin could be a result of both excessive fat deposition and ageing.

Squaring of the face is a natural phenomenon with age and is treated by a combination of customized treatments such as Botox for the masseter muscles and fillers for the jawline.

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Lip Colour

Loss of volume occurs mainly due to ageing but could also be due to weight loss. The areas usually affected are the under-eyes, mid-face, corners of the mouth, chin, jawline, and temples. Loss of volume takes away the youthful contours and sharpness of the features. It increases jowls and gives the face a tired, worn out look.

The under-eye area is usually the first to lose volume, especially in Asians. Due to loss of volume, the area ends up looking pigmented.

A small amount of filler does wonders to restore the rejuvenated look. It banishes the tired look from the face.

Drooping corners of the mouth give a sad look to the face. Restoring it gives the face a happy look.

Irregular chin contours
As one gets older, the chin becomes shorter and less oval. The chin crease becomes more prominent. This can be treated beautifully with a combination of Botox and fillers.

Loss of volume in the lips and wrinkles around the mouth
Like other areas of the face, the lips also become smaller and droop with age. Correcting the borders and the volume and restoring the corners along with the Cupid’s bow and the philtral columns is the mainstay of this treatment. It can be done very naturally.

Paramedical Micropigmentation

Medical micropigmentation is adopted in a variety of ways to correct and camouflage imperfections. It is used as skin camouflage in diseases like vitiligo, pigmentation and scars. Reconstruction of the areola, post mastectomies or breast reconstructive surgeries, can also be done. Scalp micropigmentation works well on clients with scanty hair to improve the appearance of hair thickness.

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Vitiligo

We spend fortunes on looking younger. But all of it becomes quite pointless if the hands give away the real story… and they always do. Not only are our hands vulnerable to the first signs of ageing, they often age faster than the face.

There is very little fat on the back of the hands and, as part of the normal ageing process, when collagen or elastin fibers begin to break down, it has a noticeable impact on hands. Volume loss shows up in the form of prominent veins and sallow skin.

There are many treatments available, including fillers and fat transfer injections. But, if you are looking for a non-invasive procedure, there is Exilis Elite.

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Scalp Micropigmentation

Gravity, increasing age and volume loss cause descent of fat and a reduction in the elasticity of the skin. Initially, this is responsible for slackening, and later, for sagging of skin of the face, giving you a square look.

From having a V shaped face, we become A with the square more prominent in the lower half of the face. A double chin could be a result of both excessive fat deposition and ageing.

Squaring of the face is a natural phenomenon with age and is treated by a combination of customized treatments such as Botox for the masseter muscles and fillers for the jawline.

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Areola Reconstruction

Loss of volume occurs mainly due to ageing but could also be due to weight loss. The areas usually affected are the under-eyes, mid-face, corners of the mouth, chin, jawline, and temples. Loss of volume takes away the youthful contours and sharpness of the features. It increases jowls and gives the face a tired, worn out look.

The under-eye area is usually the first to lose volume, especially in Asians. Due to loss of volume, the area ends up looking pigmented.

A small amount of filler does wonders to restore the rejuvenated look. It banishes the tired look from the face.

Drooping corners of the mouth give a sad look to the face. Restoring it gives the face a happy look.

Irregular chin contours
As one gets older, the chin becomes shorter and less oval. The chin crease becomes more prominent. This can be treated beautifully with a combination of Botox and fillers.

Loss of volume in the lips and wrinkles around the mouth
Like other areas of the face, the lips also become smaller and droop with age. Correcting the borders and the volume and restoring the corners along with the Cupid’s bow and the philtral columns is the mainstay of this treatment. It can be done very naturally.