Microblading removal, permanent makeup removal, eyebrow tattoo removal, saline removal and botched brows are search terms/phrases we hope never to have to have to enter into Google. Cosmetic brow make-up can be easily wiped away, however eyebrow tattoo removal and microblading removal etc is not quite as simple.
At the time Redeem Clinic entered the market of Microblading and semi permanent makeup there were only a handful of experienced micropigmentation technicians in the country.
Now there are thousands of technicians, ranging from highly experienced technicians to tattooists having a go to new technicians building a portfolio.
The very vast majority of treatments carried out by professional practitioners give truly realistic and beautiful brows. Regrettably however, these days, we see more and more clients looking for resolution to a poor treatment procedure .
We see semi permanent makeup treatments that unfortunately turn into permanent treatments. We see botched brows, misshapen brows, brows changing colour and brows that never suited the client’s face frame in the first place.
The internet is rife with bad eyebrow and microblading gone wrong photos and stories with people looking for a resolution to their problems.
As well as specialising in micropigmentation treatments, Redeem clinic also specialise in tattoo removal. Included in this service is our eyebrow tattoo removal and microblading removal treatments.
Redeem Clinic reputedly are the most comprehensive tattoo removal clinic in our region. We offer four forms of tattoo removal, ND yag laser removal, Ruby laser removal, Pico laser removal and Rejuvi treatment removal.
Through combining our treatment knowledge within the micropigmentation business Redeem clinic have quickly become the ‘go to’ business for clients who have experienced botched brows procedures and are looking for highly professional eyebrow tattoo removal or microblading removal service.
Our number one treatment for our ‘botched brows’ is laser removal using our lower powered ND yag laser.
The skin around our bodies varies and requires different solutions when considering tattoo removal and this is no different when it comes to eyebrow tattoo removal and microblading removal.
The skin to the brow area can be quite thin and using a laser with too much energy can result in high levels of trauma to the brow area, consequently we rarely use our Ruby laser for the removal treatments.
Although our Pico laser is more than capable, at eyebrow tattoo removal, costs usually exclude clients from choosing this option especially considering ND yag laser removal is more than capable in the very vast majority of microblading removal requirements.
Unlike traditional tattoos, technicians trained in microblading and semi permanent make-up treatments tend not to enter the pigments too deeply into the skin. In this manner more often than not eyebrow tattoo removal and microblading removal require far fewer laser treatments than standard tattoos.
The above said, if a tattooist has attempted to apply tattooed brows without the correct training and equipment then these removal sessions can often take as long as a traditional tattoo to be removed (yet rare).
In reality, it is often not necessary to remove 100% of the bad pigment to the brow area in order to achieve the shape, realism or results the client originally desired. Many clients look to fade their bothched brows back to a level that can then be re-worked by a highly skilled and professional micropigmentation technician.
This is where clients can also benefit from using Redeem Clinic as we are as professional and expert at removing botched brows as we are at then re-applying brows. Brows that are the perfect shape and as beautifully natural or high-end make-up look as the client originally desired in the first place.
As well as bad shape, level and balance issues incurred by clients looking for brow removal, many have also experienced pigment colour change. Primarily this is due to the use of poor quality pigments by their technician. Again these pigments in the very vast majority of cases can be removed using ND yag laser. This laser is more than capable of removing blacks, red, blues and brown pigments. The only time we will utilise our Ruby laser is when green pigment shows through.
Some worry that laser will remove any remaining brow hair as well as the brow pigment, as laser is used for hair removal.
The lasers used for pigment removal differ from that of hair removal and do not reach the hair follicle depth. Lasers have to effect/damage the hair follicle in order to prevent the hair from re-growing.
ND yag and Pico lasers only target the tattooed pigment and not the hair follicle and hence do not prevent hair from re-growing or remove hair.
At Redeem Clinic client safety is paramount to us. To this degree we utilise either medical grade metal eye protector or uniquely designed laser proof stick on eye patches. These eye protects are clinically approved and considered the best in the market when performing laser eyebrow tattoo removal .
As we are using laser, so close to the eye, it is not deem safe to simply utilise standard protection laser goggles or plastic eye protectors. With the proximity to the eye and the angle the laser often has to work at then goggles could let laser light creep through.
We never take risks with our clients’ health and welfare and ultimately therefore only always use the highest grade equipment afforded to us.
At Redeem Clinic we do not utilise saline permanent makeup removal treatments. Although these treatments are often advertised as a form of microblading removal they only allegedly work at the application stage of the original treatment.
We have never seen a saline permanent makeup removal process that has 100% removed a poor or old microblading treatment. Indeed we see many clients that have had this treatment and then seek us out afterwards for total removal with our lasers.
Many technicians advertising saline removal treatments are actually unaware the the solutions they are using are not pure saline. Many, like the Rejuvi product, contain chemicals designed to encourage the immune system to dispel the pigment out of the surface of the skin. Where this can be fine on fleshy parts of the body, it can cause scaring problems when used in the brow area. Another good reason why at Redeem clinic you’ll rarely find us using saline removal / Rejuvi treatments to treat brow areas.
As we have never had a client that has requested removal of a semi permanent or permanent brow treatment carried out by ourselves, then we have never had to employ a saline permanent makeup removal process at the time of the original brow treatment either.
Although our professional laser removal technicians only operate from within our Hull clinic, actually the majority of our clients choose to travel from outside the region to utilise their exacting standards.
You may also want to see our Microblading Eyebrows page should you be considering re-application following our successful removal of your ‘microblading gone wrong’ treatment. Want to learn some more about our eye tattoo removal and microblading removal services and meet the team? Then why not contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION.