PMU corrections

The majority of the people who get permanent makeup procedures are satisfied with their results. But with more people than ever getting it done, there will also be more whose results didn’t turn out as they’d hoped. These people feel ashamed to go to work, depressed, anxious, regretted, and worried that removal will cause permanent damage or make it look even worse.

If you’re one of those who are less than happy (maybe even horrified) with your permanent makeup outcome, don’t panic! There are solutions to deal with micropigmentation mishap.

Permanent makeup correction can be either shape or color or both.

Colour corrention

Eyebrows with unnatural colours of orange, blue, pink, red, grey or green, lips with blue, purple or grey and blue eyeliners can be corrected and brought back to a more natural look, applying corrective pigments.

The colour adjustment, although it may take some time, it is easily succeeded. The professional must have knowledge of colour theory in order to neutralize the unwanted pigment to a natural tone. Usually improvement is immediately noticeable, but take 4 weeks for the colour to stabilize. Then a revaluation is necessary to determine whether another session is needed in order to improve coverage of the undesired colour. The duration of the work procedures depends upon the intensity of the colour to be changed, the more subtle the quicker is to adjust, conversely, the darker or denser, more time consuming to repair. Dark, saturated pigments in the eyebrows leave no option for covering up, we recommend to do tattoo removal first.

Shape correction

Although the makeup is considered permanent, there are corrective options. Reshape the permanent makeup to give it the shape or design you want can be psychologically stressful if the procedure requires a significant renewal to improve or restore the shape, symmetry and balance. However, the shape corrections are usually completed successfully within 2 to 5 visits, this varies depending on the density of the colour to be depigmented.

The technique for removing the permanent cosmetic is a depigmentation process using a specialized, all-natural saline solution which is inserted into the skin just on top of your existing permanent makeup or small tattoo in order to remove it from the skin. It’s very safe and highly effective. It contains finely milled sea salt, purified water, lemon seed extract, orange seed extract, or grapeseed extract and aloe.

How does Saline Removal work?

The treatment is similar to the process of traditional permanent makeup. A digital machine is used to puncture the top layer of the skin, but instead of a ink, a saline solution is inserted into the pigmented area. This process makes the pigment comes out to the surface of the skin through the osmosis process, where the salt pulls out water from the skin, and take the pigments molecules with it. The scabs will form during the healing process, carrying out a great amount of pigment with them as they fall off.

What are the benefits of Saline Removal?

  • The saline solution is all natural and contains no acids or harmful chemicals. It has fewer risks of hypo/hyperpigmentation, blistering, and scarring than laser removal treatments.
  • The tattoo will become lighter and may possibly fade completely over time.
  • The skin may be re-tattooed once the area has sufficiently healed.
  • This removal technique is suitable for all skin types.