Rhinoplasty: Correcting Your Nose Without Surgery With Peako Toothed Wires

The pain associated with a tattoo varies among individuals, parts of the body, and the size of the design. To get a tattoo in the best possible conditions, it is better to avoid sunburn, alcohol, illicit substances and aspirin, which thins the blood. Also, choose areas that are less sensitive than others, such as the shoulders, back and pecs. You should also be aware that your body may change over the years with weight loss or gain and ageing of the skin. Choose an area less exposed to variations in weight, where the skin is less likely to stretch.

Tattoo Healing

The tattoo is, above all, a wound that requires healing time and rigorous care. A good professional always takes the time to give recommendations to someone who has just had a tattoo, and most of the time gives them a summary sheet. Right after the act, the tattoo artist applies a layer of healing ointment on the tattoo and then covers the skin with a transparent film. This film must be removed several hours later to clean the tattoo with cold water and a neutral pH soap.

After cleaning, always dry the tattoo by dabbing with absorbent paper, then apply a layer of healing ointment by massaging gently. These points must be renewed two to three times a day until complete healing of the tattoo (about ten days depending on the nature of the skin and the tattooed surface). It is imperative to have clean hands to touch and clean the tattoo. During the healing period, it is normal to observe the formation of scabs and dead skin: these should not be scratched or torn off. It is better to leave the tattoo in the open air as much as possible and, if necessary, favour loose cotton clothing. Sun exposure, baths, swimming pools and sea water are prohibited for at least three weeks.

Temporary Black Henna Tattoos: Avoid!

It is advisable to avoid temporary black henna tattoos, which last around four weeks before fading naturally. Natural henna causes few contact allergy reactions, but a black dye, Paraphenylenediamine, is added to this henna. The risks of becoming allergic to PPD are high: after a few days or weeks, the tattoo causes eczema that will leave an indelible scar. On new contact with this substance in hair dyes, leather, dark clothing ... eczema will reappear. So be careful!

Tattoo Maintenance

It is important to take care of a tattoo even long after it has healed so that the design retains the most aesthetic appearance possible. Like all of the skin, the tattoo should be moisturized daily with cream or milk. Before any exposure to the sun, it is advisable to systematically protect the tattoo by applying a total screen.


The practice of tattoos is attracting more and more followers, from the smallest drawings to the largest iconographies, including tribal characters and disturbing 3D tattoos. Formerly considered to be signs of rebellion and marginality; today, tattoos are synonymous with artistic sense, beauty and originality.

It is not uncommon for the tattoo to be part of a resolution for drastic change. Indeed, many people come to a crossroads in their life and decide to write a new page by experiencing the physical transformation they have always dreamed of and signing it with a tattoo.

It remains to be seen what is best to do before cosmetic surgery or tattooing?

Tattooing before cosmetic surgery

In general, there is no contraindication to tattooing before cosmetic surgery; everything is to respect the time limit for skin healing. This period can range from 2 weeks to 1 month or even more, depending on the quality of the skin. Indeed, after a tattoo, the skin is traumatized and can inflame or even become infected in the area of ​​the drawing.

Even a small infection may contraindicate the need for surgery as this would add an unnecessary risk of compromising the success of the treatment. Of course, to minimize the risk of infection, it is always advisable to go to a professional tattoo artist working in a structure recognized for its respect for the rules of hygiene and health in force for this practice.

If the tattoo concerns the area to be operated on: It will be best to wait until after the surgery is completed, for example, in the case of a tattoo on or next to the breasts and breast augmentation. The breast will increase in size, and the skin will stretch until it changes the shape and lines of the design you have tattooed. It may look like nothing anymore and cause more damage than cosmetic improvements.

Tattooing after cosmetic surgery

After the surgery, the body is a bit flattened and requires rest to recover and heal well. At first, even if you are stubbornly determined to get your tattoo rain or snow, your heart will not be there. After this period of forced rest, everyone regains their strength at their own pace, but as a general rule, it will be necessary to wait a minimum of 2 more months before starting because this period will be that of healing.

If the tattoo concerns the area which has been operated on: For example, in the case of a tattoo on the stomach after an abdominoplasty, it will be necessary to wait even longer: between 3 and 6 months. Some procedures are simply heavier than others and require more rest and healing time.


We knew the dental floss, the thread to cut butter, the thread to the leg, the razor thread, the breadcrumbs, the red thread, the Scottish thread… We will now also have to rely on the rectifying thread of the nose! A new implant is all the rage, especially in Korea. And avoids, in simple cases, resorting to surgical rhinoplasty with a rhinoplasty expert.

What can faults of the nose be corrected with the notched wires?

You can refine the nose, straighten the tip, correct a slight asymmetry, hide a small bump. The work is done by sliding two or three threads under the skin, in contact with cartilage and then bone. These are introduced after making a pre-hole at the tip of the nose and brought up along the ridge.

What is the difference between PEAKO yarns and hyaluronic acid injections?

– The insertion of the threads is very fast (less than two minutes) and, above all, much less risky than an injection of hyaluronic acid, which requires a trained hand, because of the vascular risks that can arise and lead to disasters such as partial necrosis (rotting) of tissue.

– Needle injections of hyaluronic acid, however, allow finer work. They allow the smallest defects to be rectified.…