Different Methods of Permanent Makeup Removal

Permanent makeup removal, also known as tattoo removal or micropigmentation removal, involves the removal of pigmented ink from the skin. Here are some methods commonly used for permanent makeup removal:

Laser Tattoo Removal:

This is one of the most common and effective methods for permanent makeup removal. Laser devices emit high-intensity light beams that break down the ink particles in the skin. Over several sessions, the body’s immune system gradually removes the fragmented ink particles. Different wavelengths of lasers may be used depending on the colors of the pigments. It’s essential to seek treatment from a qualified and experienced laser technician or dermatologist for safe and effective results.

Saline Tattoo Removal:

This method involves the use of a saline solution that is tattooed over the permanent makeup. The saline solution helps to lift the pigments to the skin’s surface, where they can then be removed through the body’s natural healing process. Multiple sessions may be required, and results can vary depending on factors like the age and depth of the permanent makeup.


This technique involves exfoliating the top layer of skin using a device with tiny crystals or a diamond-tipped wand. While microdermabrasion can help fade the appearance of permanent makeup over time, it may not completely remove deeper pigments. It’s typically used in conjunction with other removal methods for more effective results.

Chemical Peel:

Chemical peels involve applying a chemical solution to the skin to exfoliate the top layers. While this method can help fade the appearance of pigments, it’s generally not as effective as laser or saline removal for permanent makeup removal and may not be suitable for all skin types.

Surgical Excision:

In rare cases where other methods are ineffective or if the permanent makeup has caused complications, surgical excision may be considered. This involves surgically removing the pigmented area of the skin. However, this method may result in scarring and is usually reserved for extreme cases.

How Long is the Process

It’s important to note that permanent makeup removal can be a lengthy and sometimes uncomfortable process, requiring multiple sessions spaced several weeks apart. Additionally, results can vary depending on factors like the type and colour of pigments used, the depth of the pigments, and individual skin characteristics. Consulting with a qualified and experienced dermatologist or cosmetic professional is essential to determine the most suitable removal method and achieve the best possible results while minimizing the risk of complications.

Smooth removal

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Our machine is powerful enough to erase body tattoos yet gentle enough to effectively eliminate old permanent eyebrow tattoos, including microblading. Renowned for its high accuracy, precision, and versatility, it can effectively remove unwanted cosmetic tattoos or permanent makeup treatments of any colour.

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