Tattoo removal Perth
Eyebrow tattoo Removal
Removal of a tattoo or low-quality permanent make-up tattoo such as eyebrow microblading is currently one of the most pressing problems in the beauty industry. The number of masters who have learned this craft has grown hundreds of times, thanks to the opening “one-day” courses on every corner. Not surprisingly, the quality of the tattoos in general worsened a lot.
Only ten years ago the procedure of permanent make-up (tattooing) was not so widely available and tattoo specialists were monitored and were responsible for the quality of their work, working with a permanent customer base.
According to statistics, about 70% of our new clients (who have not done any procedures in our salon before) are clients with the correction of a low-quality permanent make-up tattoo, usually with eyebrow tattoo correction and about 38% of them require removal procedures.
There are two effective ways of tattoo removal – pigment reduction using a neodymium laser and a remover made from natural ingredients. Below are the pros and cons of each method.
Laser eyebrow tattoo removal.
The laser beam precisely affects the skin areas with pigment, destroying the pigment, but without injuring the skin around. The device works on the principle of selective photothermolysis: pigment particles absorb light energy, split and gradually removed. The process of removing the pigment after each of the sessions is 27 – 35 days, the tattoo pigment fades within a month, then the result can be assessed. You will not achieve complete removal of the pigment in one session.
A laser removal specialist controls the duration of the session (it usually ranges from 1 to 8 minutes on average), the number of pulses, the beam length – all these parameters are selected individually, depending on the shape and colour, the depth of the pigment and the age of the tattoo.
Eyebrow tattoo removal non laser
Tattoo removal with a remover has a lot in common with the technique of applying the tattoo. Remover application require the same equipment as used for a tattoo (a device for permanent make-up or a manual handle), but instead of pigments, a special composition is introduced under the skin in the tattooed area. The work is carried out just above the depth of the pigment.
We use in our work only removers made from natural ingredients which is considered safer than those that contain an acid base. The number of procedures required for complete removal or for partial clarification also depends on the level of complexity of each specific tattoo.
Laser eyebrow tattoo removal
If the microblading eyebrow tattoo procedure have been done superficially, the tattoo will fade and disappear after 2-3 cycles of skin restoration (2-3 months), since the epidermis is renewed every 28-30 days. The pigment will be pushed out of the skin by new epidermal cells growing from the bottom up.
In this case, the tattoo (and microblading is nothing more than a kind of tattoo) will NOT fade. Not in a month, not in a year, not in three years. Because the pigments sit tightly in the skin and will not go anywhere.
Many victims of microblading eyebrow tattoo are considering laser removal. Sometimes it even works. However, often attempts of laser removal fail, and even more often even exacerbate the problem.
If the pigments used for microblading tattoo contained acrylates, they can melt under the laser beam and lead to intradermal burns and further scarring of the skin.
Synthetic / organic pigments are often not “readable” with a neodymium laser. And worst of all, the micro scars sometimes reopen and bleed under the laser beam, which leads to additional trauma and new scar formation.
Eyebrow tattoo removal non laser
The most effective way of bad eyebrow tattoo removal is the use of an IQ remover, which gently removes pigments across the skin surface without unnecessary trauma to existing cuts / scars.
In Elite Look we use a special technique for removing results of an unsuccessful microblading tattoo. The special removal system removes pigments from the skin in a gentle way through the skin’s surface, without opening any existing cuts. The removal procedure is accompanied by specially formulated home care products that promote the speedy recovery of the skin and improve its structure.
The scarred due to microblading structure of the skin improves, becomes softer, smoother and more uniform, as a result the scarring becomes almost invisible, and this is a huge relief for those who have been affected by these negative transformations.
Tattoo Removal Price in Perth
Eyebrow Tattoo Removal Price
Price is for one appointment.
Tattoo removal may require more than one appointment. The Number of required tattoo removal procedures will be determined on case by case basis and depends on many factors.
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Why do you need eyebrow tattoo removal before you get fresh powder brows tattoo?
Many clients have done tattoo in the past and want to cover it up without having to remove it first. What are the consequences of this? ⚖️
First of all, imagine the glass full of water . To be able to fill it in with fresh water you need to pour some of the water out of it. The same analogy works with our skin. When there is a large amount of pigment in the skin, it always interferes with a good overlap, skin can’t take more of it.
Second of all, good powder brows tattoo should be a bit transparent and airy. This can be compared to watercolors, if you overlap a bright color with another even darker, you get a dirty, dense color that can hardly be called beautiful. 😢
The new covered up brows will be too bright and defined – and this is not about modern techniques. Those kind of eyebrows were popular in 90s.
With the modern techniques your permanent makeup doesn’t look as decorative make up anymore, it’s purpose only to improve and enhance your natural beauty 🍃.
Many are afraid of tattoo removal, but why?
Definitely this is not a quick process, yes, it can take quite long time. But doing it with expert you can do it in the shortest time possible. The good tattoo removal specialist will discuss with you all possible options and help you to chose one.
I would definitely recommend to do it slowly but steady, giving your skin adequate time to heal. REMEMBER! You should not be bleeding during tattoo removal sessions!
You don’t have to remove old tattoo to the clear skin, just to the point it’s airy and transparent. It means it can be covered with the new one and will look beautiful.
If you chose to proceed with cover up anyway without removing the old dark brows tattoo first remember that the result will not be perfect and over the time at some point you will have to do it anyway, and it will be even harder to do so, as you will have a lot of layers of ink in your skin.
Don’t save time and money on your face.
Photo of eyebrow tattoo removal before and after
Eyebrow tattoo removal
Can eyebrow tattoo be removed?
Fortunately, there is now an opportunity to get rid of annoying or unsuccessful tattoos and micropigmentation in the face area (permanent makeup / tattooing, microblading). What seemed impossible a few years ago is becoming a common procedure and is gaining more and more popularity and demand. Perhaps, at the moment, the most famous method for removing pigments is laser.
The laser beam breaks down the pigment particles. At the same time, a fairly large part of them remains in the body. With each cleavage, the particles of pigments gradually decrease and sooner or later cease to be perceived by the human eye, become “invisible”. It looks like the tattoo has really disappeared.
The most finely split pigment particles are actually removed from the skin through the lymphatic channels. Basically, all pigmentation undergoes this process, so tattoos and permanent makeup tend to fade and look “washed out” over time. Small, unstable pigment particles are “torn off” and excreted from the skin with lymph.
Laser tattoo removal procedures can be done with 1.5-2 months intervals so that the skin has time to recover. The number of required removal procedures depends on the amount and density of the pigment introduced into the skin. On average, 5-10 procedures are required. That is, complete laser tattoo removal lasts 1-2 years on average.
Despite the popularity and fame of the laser method of tattoo and permanent makeup removal, this method is associated with certain risks that need to be known to the masters and clients.
The thirst risk of doing laser eyebrow tattoo removal is toxic substances.
Toxic compounds may be formed when organic / synthetic pigments are broken down with a laser. These compounds are excreted from the skin through the lymphatic channels, and along this path they can accumulate and remain in the lymph nodes. The same thing happens with the pigment particles that are removed from the skin through the lymph and “get stuck” in the lymph nodes if their size is not small enough to pass through the narrow lymphatic channels and finally leave the body.
The decay products formed when exposed to a laser beam have not yet been sufficiently studied. It is only known that they can be hazardous to health (carcinogenic) and cause allergic reactions.
The second risk of doing laser eyebrow tattoo removal is skin burns and scars.
Particular attention should be paid to the risk of skin burns, often leading to injury and subsequent scarring. With a professional procedure, the neodymium laser beam does not damage the cells of the skin, selectively affecting only the pigment particles.
To do this, it is necessary to correctly select the laser settings not only for different skin types, but also for each individual case. This requires a lot of experience and professional flair. If the procedure is carried out incorrectly, it is very likely that burn blisters will occur and, as a result, scars.
The removal of acrylate-based pigments and similar synthetic compounds requires special attention. These types of pigments are often used for microblading eyebrow tattoo procedures.
These pigments can melt in the skin under the laser beam, which can lead to internal skin burns and, naturally, subsequent scarring (see photo).
In addition, the laser often does not recognise such pigments in the skin. It turns out that instead of removing or lightening pigmentation, the client receives only additional skin trauma and scars.
Unfortunately, clients rarely know what kind of pigments were used during the tattoo procedure. This only complicates matters, as it is impossible to predict how the skin will react to a laser removal procedure. Before working on the entire surface of the pigmentation / tattoo, it is always advisable to carry out a trial procedure on a small area of the skin.
The third risk of doing laser eyebrow tattoo removal is colour change and inversion.
Quite a few colours are not recognised by a neodymium laser and, accordingly, cannot be removed with it.
However, it can be even worse: some pigments are not only not removed, but also change colour under the laser beam. First of all, this applies to white and beige pigments (based on titanium dioxide). After laser treatment, they become green or dark grey. Sometimes it is possible to remove them during subsequent deletion procedures, but this is rather an exception to the rule.
It is especially difficult to deal with pigments that have turned green due to laser exposure. They firmly “sit” in the skin and can only be removed by other means, for example, using a remover. The laser does not see many other shades (mostly organic). These include red, orange, green and violet colours.
The fourth risk of doing laser eyebrow tattoo removal is vision damage.
If the laser removal procedure is not performed professionally, there is a serious risk of eye damage.
Laser removal uses wavelengths of optical radiation that enter the retina. Therefore, in case of bad handling of the laser and / or lack of eye protection, damage to the retina is possible. This primarily concerns the removal of pigments on the eyelids. The eyes must be very well protected, for example, with special metal lenses that are placed over the eyeball before the procedure.