If you are interested in tattoo removal or know someone who is interested in tattoo removal, I’m interested in working with you and/or your referral to help achieve your desired results.
You may be someone with a traditional tattoo who has ink in your skin that you wish you could alter in some way, or someone with cosmetic tattooing who has a very different substance coloring your dermis and are unhappy with the results of your service. Remember, the colors of cosmetic tattooing are not ink. They are pigments which are non-soluble, particulate matter suspended in a carrier liquid.
If you use laser removal methods on tattoos with pigments imbedded in the skin, the colors almost always only turn into a different, more vibrant color than they originally were rather than rupture and disburse from the light blast that causes ink colors to disappear. For instance, if it’s a poorly placed permanent eyebrow you want removed, then a laser will most likely turn the brow bright green. For this reason, laser removal is a poor choice for those who are unhappy with their permanent makeup.
Similarly, if you are the owner of an ink tattoo and you would like only a portion of your design’s details altered in some way, then laser methods can be a poor choice for their less discriminating target area.
Saline removal of color imbedded in the skin is a great option for those who have buyer’s remorse with graphic and cosmetic skin designs. Using the same technique as the one used to imbed the color into the skin, the epidermis is perforated and flushed with saline to remove and lighten the unwanted colors.
There is a risk of scarring if done by someone without adequate training in this particular method of tattoo removal. Please ask for certification specifically in color correction by your technician should you be interested in this option for yourself.
The following is an example of a process that utilized a specific targeting method of removal.
This is the after:
This is the shape the bearer wished to alter:
You may have a better understanding about what some may wish to make subtle alterations if not greater ones.