Eyebrow Tattoo Removal

We use four different methods to remove & lightening unwanted Cosmetic tattoo.

Laser tattoo Removal
We offer tattoo removal treatment for brow and body tattoos, via both laser and non-laser methods. The choice of method depends on the colour, age and area of the tattoo.

When using laser to remove a tattoo the laser light beam breaks up the ink into tiny particles, which over the coming weeks is reabsorbed by the body and expelled via your normal body system. Our medical grade PICO laser is able to remove tattoos with minimal discomfort and down time.

Non Laser Saline Tattoo Removal & Lightening
It’s a process that uses saline (salt water) to fade or completely remove tattoos.

The solution is injected into the tattoo using a tool similar to a tattoo gun or microblading pen, then left for a short period of time. This allows the salt water to break down the ink in your skin and essentially pull it out.

This will trigger a process called osmosis, in which the saline will pull out the pigment through the skin’s outer layer. That area will heal, scab over, and fall off to reveal a lighter tattoo.

The saline fluid is typically made up of sodium chloride (salt) and purified water. Some brands include additives like aloe vera and orange seed extracts, which make the saline more effective and soothing.

Camouflage & Colour Correction
Eyebrow Tattoo Correction is the process of repairing tattooed eyebrows that you may no longer be happy with. The process involves using alternative pigment ink colours to neutralise the existing tattoo colour and more naturally match your normal skin tone.

In most cases, we are able to repair and improve the unwanted eyebrow tattoo, other times, the only solution is tattoo removal. This will be determined by your Artist during consultation

Removal less than 48 hour after treatment
We are seeing an increase in the requests for emergency removals of permanent makeup especially brows due to the increased number of poorly trained microblading practitioners. Until recently there have not been any safe and reliable means to remove this work without waiting at least a month. Now when using the Saline Emergency Removal method there is up to an 80% success rate of removal of the pigment from a microblade procedure provided the Saline treatment is done within 48 hours of the original tattoo treatment.