Tattoo Removal & Eyebrow Correction
- 1 hr1 hour
- 150 US dollars$150
- Location 1
Saline Removal of Eyebrow Tattoo, Microblading, and Permanent Makeup We are offering Saline Removal of Microblading, Permanent Makeup, and Tattoo. It is a natural way to remove cosmetic and conventional tattoos or to lighten the existing pigment. Here’s how it works: The saline tattoo removal solution is applied to the skin in the same way that the pigment was originally placed. The solution contains finely milled sea salt, purified water, lemon seed extract, orange seed extract, and aloe. Our technician can treat up to a 2-by-2-inch area in one sitting. The lightening/ tattoo removal solution creates a scab over the application area that will fall off by itself, as the skin heals naturally. The new skin is revealed after the scab falls off in it’s own time. During the healing process the unwanted pigment attaches to the scab and effectively pulled up and out by the scab. The healing is a natural process which requires that the scab be kept dry at all times until it falls off naturally. The process can be repeated if necessary to remove any remaining pigment. Full lightening can require 3-5 sessions, possibly more. “Lightening “ pulls out pigment layer by layer, so the more times pigment has been placed in the area, more sessions will be required to pull it all out. Sometimes if “partial lightening “is all that is required, one session may be all it takes. Differences Between Laser and Saline Tattoo Removal: 1. After laser removed tattoo ink is absorbed into the body. After saline removal the tattoo ink is lifted up through the surface of the skin. 2. Laser cannot treat certain ink colors; saline removal works on all colors. 3. Laser damage the dermis and epidermis layers; saline removal does not damage the skin. 4. Major risks of laser are second and third degree burning, hypertrophic scarring, keloid and hair loss; saline removal does not cause those injuries. 5. Most of the times laser will turn tattoo to unwanted color such as orange, red or green and after that it will not able to remove it because it does not recognize those colors; saline work with all colors 6. After microblading clients in most of the cases have scars; therefore, laser cannot remove microblading because it does not see the pigment in scars. Saline removes any permanent makeup including microblading. 7. Laser removal is not suitable for dark skin; saline may be used on dark skin, patch test is required. 8. Laser may take 20 to 30 sessions to remove tattoo.
Imagine You New Premier Skin and Permanent Makeup Center, Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, FL, USA