Laser removal may be the first resolution option you consider if you have had a semi-permanent or permanent makeup treatment that you are unhappy with. However, this is not a removal treatment that is suitable for all cases and all treatment areas. In many cases, a pigment wiper treatment will be safer and as effective for the removal of old permanent makeup.
If you are considering removing your old permanent makeup, consulting with an experienced and trusted permanent and semi-permanent makeup professional like Kseniia is vital. Choosing the wrong removal process can lead to permanent damage in the area or be ineffective with what is being treated, leaving uneven, patchy results. Kseniia offers both pigment wiper and laser removal treatments, so can advise on the best route to take.
Permanent makeup laser removal directs a very strong and highly focused light (the laser) onto any pigment you have in your skin. This causes the pigment to 'shatter' and break up into much smaller particles, which are then eliminated by your body as part of the natural regeneration process. In some instances, for example, with pigment types that are unresponsive to a pigment wiper treatment or for the removal of permanent, rather than semi-permanent makeup, laser removal treatment can be the best option.
On average, tattooed eyebrows can take between 3-6 sessions to be fully removed using laser removal treatments. The treatment can also be used to just remove a portion of your brows or other SPMU, such as an overline or overarch, to give you a result that is more natural and even in appearance. Trusting Kseniia with any removal treatments means that you have a professional on hand who can also correct or reapply any semi-permanent makeup, once the majority has been removed, should you wish.