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Salt Saline Pigment Removal

Removal process to remove unwanted, previous pigment

  • 1 h
  • 95 British pounds

Treatment Description

Salt-saline tattoo removal is a commonly used method of permanent makeup removal that lightens and lifts pigments that have been implanted in the skin during SPMU procedures such as microblading and powder brows. The process consists of using a semi-permanent makeup machine and needle cartridge to implant a salt-saline lightening solution into the top layer of skin over the existing pigment. The solution is designed to draw the pigment out of the skin and the area will usually scab over and heal following the treatment. The pigment will also continue to fade in the weeks following the procedure due to the active ingredients of the lightening solution. Once the skin is healed, additional sessions are able to be booked. The process can be repeated until all of the pigment is removed. Once the desired result has been achieved, new semi-permanent makeup procedures. can be carried out on the treated area again. 3 - 8 sessions will be needed in order to successfully remove pigment. It is strongly advised that at least three months are left between repeat treatments. *Before booking an appointment for semi-permanent brow treatments, please book in for a 'consultation' first to discuss whether this treatment would best suit your needs*


Deposit & Cancellation Policy

Any cancellations MUST be made 48 hours prior to the appointment time in order to avoid any fees. Cancellations made under the 48 hour period will result in liability for a fee of 50% of the treatment price to be paid. If the appointment is missed or you are more than 10 minutes late, the appointment will be cancelled and you will be liable to pay the FULL treatment price. All deposits are non-refundable.


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