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Eyes and Brows

Emergency Brow Removal

Eye Brow Removal

A saline based body and face tattoo removal service which is safe and effective for tattoos regardless of age. Our solution is completely natural and is similar to that of the procedure but of getting the original tattoo done. The saline solution is able to bond to the old pigment and push it out the skin through a process called osmosis. The majority of clients will need 2 sessions or more depending on the type of pigment which was used. Additionally dependent on how dark the previous artist tattooed will increase the amount of sessions needed for the removal.

By booking, you are confirming that you have read the information to ensure you are an ideal candidate for the service(s) you are requesting. If not, please read the information before booking.

Brow Removal Candidate

Am I a candidate?

Please download and read our policy to see if you're a candidate for brow removal. 


Why choose saline removal over laser removal?

Saline removal is significantly more gentle, faster and more predictable than laser tattoo removal. With laser, it can be very effective for large tattoos on the body, it's not always ideal for moving color, especially light color, pink, & red colors. In fact some pigments can change the color or even turn it black with laser tattoo removal. Saline can be used on any color and generally turns the pigment to a lighter version of itself until it is completely removed.


How should I expect to feel after my treatment?

Immediately after, the area will look very red and “raw”. Excessive redness usually subsides in 2-3 days. Some skin flaking and scabbing is expected roughly 10 days post-treatment. The treated area can stay pink or slightly discolored for several weeks. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is possible and should heal with proper post care.


Where is the treatment performed?

Eyebrows, body tattoos the size of a business card or less.


I had a cosmetic tattoo done today and I hate it. How soon can
I start removal?

Great news!! RIGHT AWAY if your cosmetic tattoo were done improperly it can be removed the same day or within 48 hours. However if it’s not within the 48-hour window you will have to wait 4 to 8 weeks for it to heal to begin the removal process. The fresher the cosmetic tattoo is, the easier it will be to remove.


Who Should Avoid Saline Removal:

  • Those under 18 years of age

  • Pregnant and lactating women

  • People with glaucoma

  • People with skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema and undiagnosed rashes or blisters on the site that is to be treated

  • Those prone to keloids or post-inflammatory hypopigmentation

  • Those with transmittable blood conditions like HIV or Hepatitis

  • Active skin cancer on the treated area

  • Patients undergoing chemotherapy. We would require a doctor’s note in order to perform the procedure for anyone undergoing chemotherapy.

  • Are a hemophiliac

  • Those with allergies to alcohol or numbing agents

  • Have healing disorders, uncontrolled high blood pressure or had mitral valve disorder.


Difference in laser and saline removal

  • After laser removal tattoo ink is absorbed into the body.

  • After saline removal the tattoo ink is lifted up through the surface of the skin.

  • Laser cannot treat certain ink colors; saline removal works on all colors. 

  • Laser damage the dermis and epidermis layers; saline removal does not damage the skin.

  • Major risks of laser are second and third degree burning, hypertrophic scarring, keloid and hair loss; saline removal does not cause those injuries.

  • Most of the time laser will turn the tattoo to an unwanted color such as orange, red or green and after that it will not be able to remove it because it does not recognize those colors; saline works with all colors.

  • After micro-blading clients in most of the cases have scars; therefore, laser cannot remove micro-blading because it does not see the pigment in scars.

  • Saline removes any permanent makeup including micro-blading.

  • Laser removal is not suitable for dark skin; saline may be used on dark skin, patch test is required.

  • Laser may take 20 to 30 sessions to remove a tattoo; often it cannot finish removal because of skin damage caused by that amount of treatments.

  • Saline removal requires less sessions and does not damage skin.

  • Laser requires 8 to 12 weeks at least between each session, saline requires only 4 weeks between each session.

  • Laser is not safe especially around eyes, saline is safe for any area.

  • Laser cannot remove allergic reactions due to tattoo ink; saline will work in those cases.

  • Laser ray may cause cancer; saline is an organic and safe solution.

  • Lasers are often more expensive than saline removal.

  • Saline removal is not as painful as laser treatment.

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