This section will only cover eyebrow permanent make-up removal. No tests have been performed on permanent make-up elsewhere on the face. Therefore it is advisable to limit your permanent make up removal treatments to tattooed eyebrows.This type of treatment is generally carried out to correct previous work done by permanent make-up artists.
Permanent make-up removal is much easier than normal tattoo removal. Normally both the equipment and the pigmentation used for permanent make-up are of very high quality. Therefore the removal or permanent make-up is normally much easier than the removal of normal tattoos for a number of reasons:
- high standards of the equipment and pigmentation used to apply the permanent make up in the first place. The better the quality of the work already carried out the easier it becomes to remove the permanent pigmentation.
- the area covered by the permanent make-up is usually very small compared to most other types of tattoos, making permanent make-up removal even easier due to the very small area to treat. From experience, for example, permanent make-up on the eyebrows is removed within one to two sessions if using osmosis.
Our Electrical Arcing Device Removal Protocol:
- Our device setting: minimum power level.
- Use the spray operation to gently break down the tattoo pigments as shown in the video above. From time to time remove the carbon residues. Remember that this treatment has to be performed so that the ablation is only superficial. If you notice some bleeding this may be the sign that you have already ablated enough by going too deep into the dermis. Remember the ablation has to be very superficial.
- Once you have finished your ablation using the electrical arcing, apply a purpose made paste of sterile fine salt and sterile saline solution. There is no need to apply any occlusion by bandaging or plasters. The paste does not need to be applied on the area for too long. An application between 10 to 20 minutes usually suffices. Please remember that the intensity of the treatment is also very much dependent on the duration of the application of the sterile saline paste. The longer you keep the paste on the area, the more the osmosis intensity and consequently the better the removal results. However please do exceed the duration of 20 minutes. Once you remove the paste, disinfect the area with a mild antiseptic.
Do not use any bandaging or any plasters to cover the area during healing. The treated area will start scabbing two to three days after the treatment. In the unlikely case the scabbing does not occur within this time-frame, this maybe a sign that ongoing complications are underway (generally infections). If this is the case all efforts have to be made to cure the infection in order to avoid scarring. Any scabs must fall off by themselves and must not be picked.
Repeat the treatment after 8 weeks if required.