PMU Removal

Unsatisfied with your PMU?

If you’re dissatisfied with your PMU, don’t worry; permanent makeup removal is possible. The most effective permanent makeup removal methods are laser, saline, and glycolic acid removal. These treatments require several sessions separated by times for the skin to recuperate. So, if you decide to get rid of your PMU, expect it to take several months. Nevertheless, before opting for the removal process, it is vital to understand the risk and discomfort involved. It’s best to consult with an experienced removal technician who can guide you through the procedure and its consequences.

Laser permanent makeup removal can only be done on cosmetic tattoos that are at least 6 months old. Otherwise, the pigment strength may trigger the laser to cause skin damage. The laser beam will be traced over the unwanted pigments by the specialist. As the laser beam penetrates the skin and targets the pigment particles, the heat combined with the laser energy breaks the molecules down into even smaller particles, which the white blood cells eject, shrinking the spot.

Saline Removal for PMU

In a sense, saline elimination is the opposite of tattooing. The removal expert opens up the skin above the unwanted pigments with a machine or a blade before injecting a saline solution, which is a unique elimination solution. The solution will trigger the pigments to dry. A scab will develop as soon as the cuts made start to heal. The dried-up pigments get lifted and stuck in the scab, and when the scab falls off, the pigment follows it. This is why some PMU elimination technicians refer to this procedure as controlled scabbing. If performed correctly, saline elimination is very effective. A top-quality saline solution should be selected, and the artist needs to determine the proper depth. It can almost entirely remove the unwanted cosmetic tattoo with some patience and works for all pigment colors.

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