Cosmetic Permanent Makeup Tattoo Removal Instructional DVD
Cosmetic Tattoo Removal
This is a natural sea salt product that removes or lightens most unwanted cosmetic tattoos. It can even help lighten or remove unwanted mistakes right after a procedure is done. It can take up to three to four procedures using “Cosmetic Tattoo Removal” to lighten or remove a tattoo. A tattoo machine is recommended with a round shader needle configuration using an oval technique. Each treatment, apply no more than 4 passes on the area on which you are working.
Directions for Cosmetic Tattoo Removal
The needle should be set to go no deeper than 1.5 mm (regular tattoo is approximately 2mm). Use only 5 to 14 round shader needle with oval techniques. No more than four passes should be made. Only use removal on area no larger than one inch by one inch. It can take up to 3 to 4 procedures 30 days apart to see the tattooed area lightened or removed. Skin condition and the deepness of a tattoo will also be a determining factor if the tattoo is able to be removed or lighten.
What are the aftercare instructions?
Directly after the procedure is complete disinfect with Isopropyl Alcohol. Customer should remain still for 10-15 minutes and let the blood coagulate and start scabbing. Then apply antibiotic ointment for the first day only. Cover lightly with gauze and send home. Remove in thirty minutes. Keep dry for 24 hours to help form a scab, when washing or showering only wash gently and pat dry. Never soak in water and no creams of any kind or makeup. The scab is a tool to help remove the pigment and should not be picked, let scab fall off naturally. After scab is gone and completely healed rub vitamin E into the skin once daily and do not repeat the procedure for a minimum of four weeks.
What to expect?
The Hypertonic saline solution is tattooed into the dermis containing unwanted color (pigment); microscopic scar tissue containing the pigment in the dermis slightly rises for approximately 12 hours, the epidermis layer of the skin forms a scab and adheres to the pigment particles. Once the scab falls off either most or some of the pigment will leave the body. There is no way to predict the number of sessions needed due to the different depths the pigment is inserted and types of pigment.