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Permanent v/s temporary (Hair Transplant)

posted by somit, 04.02.2015, 17:43

Originally Posted by Milena Lardì

First of all I would like to reassure you about the safety and the quality of our pigments. They do not contain forbidden substances listed in Directive 76/768/EEC, AnnexII, Annex IV, volumes 2 to 4 and they do not contain substances which are considered to be toxic, reprotoxic, cancerogenic or mutagenic.
As I told you, the pigment is composed of a powder part (iron oxide, titanium bioxide) and a liquid part (water, alcohol, isopropyl and soy glycerine). All these particles are characterized by different colors and shapes. The aim is to allow our immune system to absorb them and this is why they need to be micronized, filtered and encapsuled, resulting in small particles (15 micron). It is essential to know that the macrophages’ dimention is 20 micron. This way the particles can be absorbed by our immune system..

Originally Posted by chris

I am not a scientist so it is hard for me to understand all this. Let's say if for whatever reason the pigments do not get absorbed by our immune system, will they stay in our body forever or will they dissolve on their own over time?

I was a science student. Do not mix the words absorb and dissolve.

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