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    Permanent Makeup RemovalS

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    £ 60
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    • Please note that multiple treatments might be required.

    Eye And Brow Clinic

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    What Method we use at Eye And Brow Clinic?

    There are a few methods that can be used for permanent makeup tattoo removal. The most common method is laser tattoo removal. This involves using a high-powered laser to break up the pigment of the tattoo. The process is usually painful and can take several sessions to complete. Another method is dermabrasion, which involves sanding down the top layer of skin to remove the tattoo. This method is also typically painful and may require multiple sessions and there is the Saline method which is the method only used at our clinic. Saline tattoo removal is a new method of permanent makeup tattoo removal that is less painful and requires fewer sessions than other methods.

    What is Saline Tattoo Removal and how does it work?

    Saline tattoo removal is a process that uses a saline solution to break up the pigment in your tattoo, effectively eliminating it. The saline solution is injected into the tattooed area using a small needle. The solution then breaks up the ink particles, causing them to fade away. The tattoo will gradually disappear over the course of several weeks. Saline tattoo removal is an effective way to remove unwanted tattoos, and it is generally well tolerated by most people. There are only a few side effects associated with this type of tattoo removal, and it is typically considered safe for all skin types. 

    This type of tattoo removal is a complex process that relies on osmosis to gradually draw the pigments in the skin to the surface. For this to happen, a needle is used to create tiny wounds in the skin through which the pigments can be released. The presence of these pigments triggers an osmotic reaction, whereby water moves into the skin cells and creates a swelling effect that causes the unwanted ink and pigments to move towards the surface of the skin. Over time, this process causes the tattoo to lighten significantly, eventually disappearing completely as the scabs heal and new, healthy skin takes its place. While it can take several sessions before complete fading occurs, proper care of the treatment area and prompt completion of each session are key factors in achieving success with tattoo removal.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Most frequent questions and answers

    The process does not harm the body beyond creating a temporary wound. Only the area being treated is affected unless a severe infection occurs. Taking good care of the area afterwards is essential to prevent potential infection.

    The Saline solution is a mix of salt and water and the salt helps to break down the ink while the water keeps the area hydrated, reducing irritation and promoting healing. Some brands of saline solution also include additional ingredients like aloe vera, which can further soothe the skin. While a saline solution is typically safe for most people, it is important to test it on a small area of skin before using it on a larger tattoo. This will help to ensure that you do not have any adverse reactions to the solution.

    Saline tattoo removal and laser tattoo removal are two different methods for removing unwanted tattoos. For large or dark tattoos on the body, laser removal is generally considered the most effective option, with proven results and less risk of side effects or permanent damage. However, saline tattoo removal can often be a better choice for smaller or more delicate tattoos or those in locations where larger applications of laser treatment could be problematic, such as near the eyes or mouth. Unlike laser removal, which relies on heat to break down ink particles to eliminate the tattoo, saline tattoo removal depends on an injection-based process that physically breaks down the pigments in the skin. While this method may take longer for some colours like red and pink than for darker colours such as black and blue, saline tattoo removal is generally seen as safer and more effective overall due to its gentler approach. So if you’re considering a cosmetic tattoo but are worried about the potential consequences of removing it, later on, saline tattoo removal may be the better choice for you.

    Achieving desired results with saline tattoo removal depends on many factors. How old is the tattoo? Was it microblading or a machine tattoo? How deeply has the pigment been implanted? Is the tattoo before or after laser treatment? The answers to these questions will help our technicians determine the best course of action for your individual case. In general, newer tattoos tend to be easier to remove than older ones, and machine tattoos are typically easier to remove than microblade ones.

    Additionally, shallowly-implanted pigment is usually simpler to remove than deeply-implanted pigment. Tattoos treated with laser therapy may also respond differently to saline tattoo removal. Ultimately, there is no way to guarantee how many sessions will be needed to achieve the desired results. Some unwanted pigment will take one session, while others may take three or more. Our technicians will always advise you to budget for three sessions to give you the best possible chance of success. However, even with three sessions, some residual pigment may remain. If you have any questions or concerns about saline tattoo removal, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to discuss your case and help you determine the best course of action.

    Saline tattoo removal is an effective method for eliminating pigments used in brow tattoos and other permanent makeup. The saline solution works to break down the pigment particles, causing them to be gradually absorbed by the body. The number of treatments required for complete removal will vary depending on the type and depth of pigment used, but most people will see significant fading after just a few sessions. If you are considering eyebrow tattoo removal, saline tattoo removal is a safe and effective option that can help you achieve your desired look.

    Additionally, shallowly-implanted pigment is usually simpler to remove than deeply-implanted pigment. Tattoos treated with laser therapy may also respond differently to saline tattoo removal. Ultimately, there is no way to guarantee how many sessions will be needed to achieve the desired results. Some unwanted pigment will take one session, while others may take three or more. Our technicians will always advise you to budget for three sessions to give you the best possible chance of success. However, even with three sessions, some residual pigment may remain. If you have any questions or concerns about saline tattoo removal, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to discuss your case and help you determine the best course of action.

    Before the treatment

    A full consultation is always carried out before the treatment. We will talk about exactly what you want to achieve, taking to the account your natural eye shape and colouring.
    Pre and post-treatment advice is always given on consultation to achieve the maximum results.

    Preparation

    • No eyelash extensions; they will need to be removed at least 7 days before initial treatment.
    • No contact lenses; please leave them out for at least 2-3 days after the initial procedure.
    • Do not take Aspirin or Ibuprofen at least 24h before and after treatment.
    • Do not drink alcohol 24h prior to your treatment as well as no caffeine or energy drinks on the appointment day.
    • Since delicate skin or sensitive areas may swell or redden, please consider this before making any social plans for the same or following day.
    • No tinting, perming, threading or hair removal 7 days prior to the treatment.
    • No botox, filler, chemical peel 30 days prior to the treatment.
    • It is important to note that colour is much more intense for the first few days following the treatment. Eyeliner heals quickly and dry pigmented skin peels off by itself after a few days. Over the next 3-5 weeks, the colour appears and stabilizes in the skin. Therefore, we will plan additional pigmentation after a minimum of 30-45 days, but not later than 2-3 months.

    Our Other Permanent Makeup Treatments

    Kate Pender
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    I had microblading done by Ola, what an excellent experience. From the initial consultation right through to after care, Ola was there and as excited about creating me the perfect brow as I was about having them. There is no one else I would trust to do such a treatment on my face, she is the best!
    Kelly Butler
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    Absolutely in love with my new brows! Ola is so warm and welcoming and puts me at complete ease. She talked me through each step of the process, she is a complete professional. I would highly recommend her to all!! 💖
    Katarzyna Rostek
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    I have my eybrows and lips done today at Eye and Brow Clinic and I am so pleased with the result, looks amazing with no swelling and no trauma for skin. Ola is the best liner gist ever. I can highly recommend. I will be back here for sure
    Kaz Platt
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    Olla was superb! She was completely professional and fully explained every detail of my treatments - I felt in very capable hands and was not disappointed! She was also very warm and friendly and completely put me at ease. I would not hesitate to recommend her to anybody, first class!
    Natalia Saternus
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    The best place for treatment and for Permanent Makeup course. I completed a 6-day basic permanent makeup course and I couldn't find a better place. Olla is a true perfectionist who answered all our questions and provided support even after completing the course. The atmosphere was great the whole time. I recommend everyone to choose a course in this place.
    Christina Dale
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    I have entrusted Olla with all things beauty related for well over 10 years. She is professional, passionate, a true perfectionist and a Master at her art. My powder brows are so subtle and I love them...
    Mary Taylor
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    Just had my eyebrows done I love them already. Ola makes you feel very calm and relaxed and really listens to what you want. Her studio is an oasis of calm chilled music and lovely smelling candles I cant thank you enough Ola xxx
    Mary Taylor
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    Just had my eyebrows done I love them already. Ola makes you feel very calm and relaxed and really listens to what you want. Her studio is an oasis of calm chilled music and lovely smelling candles I cant thank you enough Ola xxx
    Amanda Simon
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    I highly recommend Olla - for both microblading & lashes she is talented & professional. Relaxed environment and great service. Thank you
    Liz Bracken
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    Highly recommend. Meticulous, well qualified and excellent before and after service and care. Love my natural looking brows.
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    Contraindications

    • If you are under 18 years old.
    • If you have diabetes.
    • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
    • If you suffer from Glaucoma.
    • If you have a skin condition such as psoriasis, eczema, undiagnosed rashes or blisters on the site that is to be treated.
    • If you are allergic to makeup colours.
    • If you have active skin cancer in the area to be treated.
    • If you suffer from any healing disorders.
    • If you are taking Accutane, steroids or blood thinners.
    • Keloid scarring.
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