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Cosmetic tattooing (micropigmentation, permanent makeup, permanent eyeliner and Scalp Micropigmentation) was designed to allow people to enhance their facial features for a long-lasting natural look. Unfortunately, the most common complaints are that colours are too harsh, not what they asked for, the shape is wrong or irregular, eyeliner or scalp treatments look smudged or the colour has migrated.

Laser removal is a safe and effective way to remove cosmetic eyeliner, amongst the other treatments above. If you think that getting close to the eye with a laser is dangerous, you are right. Much of the removal safety effectiveness depends on the laser's energy and the technician's training and skill.

Eye protection is vital. Client comfort is managed, whilst CE-approved lubricated Ocular shields are placed directly on the eyes. Ocular shields are surprisingly comfortable once inserted. The laser targets the tattoo without damaging the surrounding skin, the light hits the ink, shattering it into smaller molecules that can easily be eliminated through the body's lymphatic system.

Laser tattoo removal is a painful process and although we take a lot of care to minimise discomfort, there is no getting away from the reality that it is an uncomfortable treatment and you will need healing time of up to 10 days. Although concealer can be used to cover the area or any issues a couple of days later.

Immediately after the laser hits the tattoo, the pigment will appear frosty, ashy or whitish, the colour normalises and appears a little darker than it was before the session. Over the next few weeks, this colour will begin to fade and lighten. Following the removal session, the skin will be red, have mild pinpoint bleeding and be moderately swollen. This should subside within 24-36 hours but can last longer.

The healing process usually includes swelling, blood blisters, bruising, peeling and even blisters. It is important not to pick the scabs or pop any blisters or you risk scarring. You can reduce swelling with an ice pack. 

Are there risks?

Whenever someone is working close to your eyes, you want to have confidence that the practitioner is well-trained, experienced and competent to conduct the treatment. Without a doubt, there is a real possibility that the treatment has the potential to cause damage to the eyes or discolouration from the pigments used.

Adding correcting colour causes more problems than it helps. DO NOT let a technician fix it by tattooing it over with flesh-coloured pigment. Flesh or skin-toned pigments are opaque and contain titanium oxide. When placed on top of another pigment, it looks unnatural because the skin there loses its translucency. Plus, when hit by laser light, the pigment oxidises and returns to its natural state - sark grey or black. This situation can be managed with laser, although it will take several additional sessions to do so.

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  • What causes the skin to age?
    Sooner or later, the years catch up with us. As we grow older the Dermal layer of the skin becomes thinner, less collagen is produced and the elastin fibres, which provide elasticity wear out. Over time, Sebaceous glands get bigger, whilst producing less sebum (the oily matter that lubricates the skin) and so the number of sweat glands get smaller, causing skin dryness. These changes in the scaffolding of the skin, cause it to loose laxity, texture and get saggy and wrinkly. We also become more susceptiable to hyper-pigmentation, discolouration and photo damage, expecially from exposure to the sun's radiation and smoking among other factors. Our ultimate goal, of our Fibroblast treatment is to help dramatically repair, all of these effects for a more youthful appearance.
  • Why Fibroblast/Plasma Treatment?
    The name comes from one of the most important cells in this treatment, which are the fibroblasts. These are the most common cells in the connective tissues. Most importantly, they synthesize the extracellular matrix and connective tissue fibres (including the cruical collagen and elastin). As you may guess, the rejuvenation process begins with the manipulation of these cell's activities. The fibroblast treatment works by rejuvenating skin around the face and neck. This includes lower and upper eyelid tightening, neck tightening, facelift, lip wrinkles, smile lines, stretch marks and others.
  • How does the treatment work??
    We target fibroblast cells, to create very precise heat induced trauma, shortly after these injuries occur, inflammation starts and blood flow to the region, which increases as the skin repairs itself. This process activates and stimulates the fibroblast cells, to lay down new collagen cells. The fibroblast cells leave behind new collagen and elastin cells as they spread inwards towards the trauma. For weeks after the trauma, the fibroblast cells will continue to produce new collagen. Tiny plasma flashes are discharged from the tip of the handpiece. This creates a dot upon contact with the skin. There are no cuts, blood or damage to the skin. These tiny plasma flashes cause "crusts" to form on the skin, giving the distinctive dotting effect. These on average are gone between 5-7 days. The skin is numbed before each treatment. It takes around 30 mins to complete, depending on the area, you are left with slight redness around the eyes and slight swelling occuring within 1-3 days. After 7 days, the marks disappear and the redness will have gone by 3 weeks
  • What are the advantages of this treatment over cosmetic surgery?
    Here are some of the benefits that come with this treatment: - No scapels and No cutting. - No stiches required. - Very low risk treatment. - Minimal side effects and very short downtime. - Quick and easy treatment with rapid recovery. - No thinning of the skin. - Significant cost savings compared to alternatives. - Lon lasting results 2-3 Years.
  • What areas are best for this treatment?
    Skin tightening using the fibroblast treatment, can work wonders around the eyes and all over the face and neck. If you are concerned about how your eyelids have started to droop or looking for a treatment for the bags under your eyes, the fibroblast treatment is a great alternative to cosmetic surgery. It can also be used on stretch marks. If you have concerns about the best treatment for wrinkles around the eyes and forehead, then this treatment is a great and longer lasting alternative to Botox and Fillers. You may have some acne scars or saggy facial skin, that needs tightening, then this is the treatment for you.
  • Is the treatment safe and does it hurt?
    Local anesthetic is applied prior to the treatment, to minimise any discomfort and the treatment is then virtually painless. The treatment may feel hot in places and there may be a tingling or burning sensation after
  • Are there any side effects from the treatment?
    Straight after your treatment, the area may be red. 1-2 days after your treatment, swelling may occur. After roughly 5-7 days, somtimes longer as everyones skin is different, the scabs that have formed will disappear. The new skin that appears may be slightly pink for up to 4 weeks while the healing process takes place.
  • How many treatments will be needed?
    This varies from each client depending on whst you are hoping to achieve.
  • What results can i expect after the treatment?
    Final results after depend on severity of skin laxity, the desired result, the general condition of the skin and pre exisiting skin and medical conditions. Reductions in skin folds and creases appear immediately.

PMU, SMP & Eyeliner Tattoo Laser Removal

PMU, SMP & Eyeliner Tattoo Laser Removal

PMU, SMP & Eyeliner Tattoo Laser Removal
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