Machines for Tricopigmentation
The rotary machine for Scalp Micropigmentation allows for perfect hygiene, a precise technology with a high-quality engine that does not require maintenance.
The hand piece must be equipped with a protection system against backflow. In accordance with the International Health Regulations, the passing of colour or of bodily liquids to the inner areas of the fixed parts of the engine and the equipment must be avoided. Only when it is guaranteed that it cannot produce the transmission of infection between clients can the design be considered hygienic. The critical point of each piece of equipment is the point at which the needle meets the machine. The rotary machine for Scalp Micropigmentation must be protected in this place by the hygienic module of the system which protects against back flow. The liquids that try to pass to the inner part of the machine are collected in an integrated container, the pigment or any other liquid does not come in contact with the inner parts of the machine. This additional protection avoids the danger of germs passing to the point where the needle is attached.
This is regulated by the laws on sanitary products (RD 1591/2009), which substituted the previous law (RD 414/1996 additional clause 5). All the prerequisites applicable to them in terms of safety, effectiveness, evaluation and risk must be complied with. Their production, distribution and sales are subject to the supervision of health authorities.
The manufacturing company requires a license for the premises which is awarded by the National Authorities and demands that the companies that work on their distribution and sale must also inform the Department of Health regarding this activity.
The transmission of the movement of the engine up to the needle is essential. The rotary machine for Tricopigmentation must convert the rotational movement of the engine into a bidirectional movement of the needle. When the transmission of the movement takes place via the gearwheels, there is a high level of synchronisation of needle entrance into the skin and exit out the skin, enabling the proper implantation of the pigment and the correct transmission of all the power of the engine onto the skin.
In this manner, the treatment time decreases and therefore skin irritation is reduced which makes the scarring process better since by decreasing the irritation, traumatisation and vasodilation, less inflamation, reactions and scabbing. The decrease in the time of the treatment prevents the rejection of the pigment during its application. The decrease in pain means less need to use products with anaesthetic and calming properties, which implies less vasodilation, inflammation and immunological action against the pigment.