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Eyebrow Tattoo Removal

What is Eyebrow Tattoo Removal?

Eyebrow Tattoo Removal

Eyebrow Tattoo Removal Treatment is a specialized procedure to remove unwanted or faded eyebrow tattoos. Administered by experienced professionals, this treatment employs advanced techniques to safely and effectively eliminate tattoo pigments, allowing for eyebrow enhancement or correction.

How does Eyebrow Tattoo Removal work?

A laser emits short pulses of light energy into your tattoo. The ink particles in your skin absorb the
wavelengths of the laser and shatter the ink particles. With each treatment, the ink particles break down further and further until they are gone.

What Can I Expect After Treatment?
Post-treatment symptoms may include swelling, redness, scab formation, raising of the tattoo, temporary darkening, some blisters or bleeding. These are common and usually subside in a couple of weeks. This is why downtime between treatments is a key factor for safe and successful results. Post procedure care instructions will be given.

Does eyebrow tattoo Removal Hurt?
Most patients claim that the process is uncomfortable, but it is also tolerable. We will apply numbing cream to ensure your comfort.

Benefits of Eyebrow Tattoo Removal

- Enhanced Appearance: Correct or remove unwanted or poorly executed eyebrow tattoos.
- Precision: Laser technology targets tattoo pigments with minimal impact on surrounding skin.
- Improved Confidence: Achieve natural-looking eyebrows that enhance your features.
- Customized Approach: Tailored to your unique eyebrow tattoo and goals.

Eyebrow Tattoo Removal area of application

Eyebrow Tattoo Removal Treatment is specifically applied to the eyebrow area, where unwanted or faded eyebrow tattoos exist. It's ideal for individuals seeking eyebrow enhancement, correction, or complete removal.

Frequency of Eyebrow Tattoo Removal?

We recommend 5-10 sessions. One treatment will not be enough as all eyebrow tattoos have layers of ink that are stacked up on top of each other within the skin. A single Laser eyebrow Tattoo Removal session cannot completely break down the pigment particles as some of these are usually densely
concentrated. Generally the frequency is every 4-6 weeks. The skin has to heal first before the next laser can be performed.

The number of treatments you'll need depends on the size of the eyebrow tattoo, the color of the original ink, and the type of ink used by your tattoo artist.

Every treatment will result in a certain level of fading, although it is also possible that for some tattoos the fading may not be easily noticeable due to the dense ink concentration. We will be able to provide a better guage of the number of treatments required after we personally assess it.

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