PERMANENT MAKEUP LASER REMOVAL
Laser Removal is the safest, most effective method for the removal and correction of
Semi Permanent Makeup and Microblading.
At the Laser Studios we can remove or fade all, or correct just part of the Micropigmentation in Eyebrows and Lips, as well as Scalp Micropigmentation and this means that whether all ink needs removing for complete replacement, or just a few hairs to correct a mistake, imperfect eyebrows and lips can be perfected and botched spmu work can be erased.
Not all Laser machines are the same and so choosing the right laser removal clinic is crucial to achieving the best results. At The Laser Studios we have a selection of machines including the Lynton Luminette Q, and the Triple-Wavelength Alex Trivantage (ATV) from Syneron-Candela, one of the world's leaders in Medical and Aesthetic lasers. These Machines are used by hospitals and clinics throughout the world, not only for tattoo removal but also to treat a variety of pigment conditions.
One of only a dozen in the UK our ATV delivers not only the standard Q-switched Nd:YAG wavelengths of 1064nm and 532nm, but also a third wavelength of 755nm. This is useful for constituent pigments (ones that are made up of a number of colours), and is particularly effective with superficial, or shallow, ink depths as is found with semi permanent makeup.
For further reassurance, our experienced technicians are fully qualified and trained to the highest standards in laser tattoo and pigment removal as well as physiology and anatomy of the skin. They are also, themselves, trained and experienced in Semi Permanent Makeup procedures, giving them a unique insight into the application method as well as the removal process. This combination of training and technology means that optimum results can be achieved in a fast but safe manner. This is particularly important when dealing with the skin on your face and we adopt a responsible approach to removal to ensure that, whilst removal is important, the utmost care is taken to protect your skin from unnecessary damage. Every micropigmentation placement is different and factors like age, size, depth, quality, and colours all have a bearing on how many sessions will be required and how successful your treatment will be.
Before treatment can begin, a consultation must be carried-out to determine whether full removal, fading, or correction is required, and to discuss the procedure, advise on costs and treatment times, and answer any questions. A patch test will be performed to determine the correct starting settings and, assuming the client wishes to proceed, they would then return 1-2 weeks later, when the results of the patch test can be analysed and the rest of the tattoo can be treated. Thereafter, treatments would normally be carried-out every 5 to 8 weeks and assessed prior to each following treatment.
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