Eyebrow Tattoo Removal

Eyebrow Tattoo Removal

Eyebrow tattoo removal is done with lasers. It’s a very expensive procedure and takes time and may result in damaged hair follicles. You will need to go to a cosmetic surgery clinic to have this done and they may not be able to remove all the pigment. The upside is that removal is possible if you undergo several treatments. No it is not instant! You can get a tattoo in an hour, but removal may take weeks or even months depending how quickly you heal between treatments.

Determining Pigment Composition

You’ll need to be assessed by eyebrow tatto experts who know what’s possible by looking at your brows in person and by determining what kinds of pigments were used and how feasible it will be to remove. This cannot be done online nor should you attempt to do foolish things like bleach your skin or use cheap removal creams that are ineffective.

Here’s some information about removal of unwanted micropigmentation from eyebrow tattoo experts who also offer laser treatments:

1. Laser eyebrow tattoo removal isn’t new.
The technology has been around for over 20 years.

2. It may require a combination of two different types of laser treatments depending on the color of your tattoo.

3. A laser is a beam of high-energy light that breaks down the minute micropigmentation particles that are in your skin allowing your own body to eventually flush away the color.

4. Laser clinics may refer to removal as a fading process not a total elimination of the tattoo, because the body slowly gets rid of the color once it’s broken down.

5. You’ll require several treatments and it’ll depend on the size of the area that’s been tattooed, the exact color, the type of pigment and what equipment was used to insert the pigment. It can take anywhere from 2 to 20 treatments.

6. If your permanent makeup was originally done by eyebrow tatto experts or professional micropigmentation specialists using proper equipment, you’ll be happy to know it will be easier to remove than one done by an amateur.

7. Laser eyebrow tattoo removal should not be done with the old CO2 lasers that burns out a tattoo, but by modern lasers that break down the pigments. The old lasers were known to leave nasty scars, while the new ones are less likely to leave a mark.

8. Professional laser tattoo removal specialists will not guarantee a scar free removal.

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Nena Argent, editorial director of EbT magazine since 2009, oversees online editorial content in English and Spanish. She joined EbT after ten years as an investigative journalist in Asia where she researched oriental health, nutrition and beauty treatments. Now based in Europe, she reports on the latest beauty trends, health issues, high-tech medical advancements and state-of-the-art cosmetic procedures from around the world.

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The info in this site doesn't replace consulting with a dermatologist, micropigmentation expert, plastic surgeon or nutritionist prior to undergoing a dietary change or a cosmetic/surgical procedure.