Non laser techniques- PhiRemoval Permanent make up removal and removal of Micropigmentation cosmetic tattoos, eyebrows, eyeliner or eyeliner migration, lip colour, and lip liner make up.
How PhiRemoval works?
The tattoo removal is used in similar way as tattooing or micropigmenting, with the same equipment.
The tattoo extraction formula starts working almost immediately after drawing the original tattoo ink, moving upwardly through the skin.
The scab with tattoo ink will be formed over the treated area in the next few days. While the skin heals even more unwanted tattoo ink will be drawn out.
The scab will start to peel off naturally, extracting the unwanted tattoo ink. You are likely to have a secondary scab containing even more tattoo ink.
After the procedure and as long as you have the scab on the skin, keep this treated area dry.
Using PhiRemoval we can achieve amazing results for fade them to cover ups or completely remove your tattoo.
Note: Not all tattoos will reach 95% removal, depending on depth of ink and colours of pigments.
Most tattoos will lighten to the level that they can’t easily be noticed, but small traces of ink will still be present.
The number of procedures required for optimal results depends on the size, location, depth.
Most procedures can take 2 or more appointments for ether lighten or remove pigment. As one colour comes out, the underlying pigments may appear.
Procedure should be performed 6-8 weeks apart in order to allow the body to remove the maximum amount of tattoo pigment after each procedure.
Each session usually takes 50-60 min. You will continue to see lightening of your tattoo after each procedure as your body disposes of more pigment.
Right after your treatment, area around the tattoo may become reddish and appear swollen. This is normal and will disappear slowly overtime.
You can expect very high standards of safety and hygiene, a smart clinic and free consultation with and expert who will explain the procedure and advice you accordingly.
It is important to understand that tattoo removal is a process not a procedure
A contraindications is a condition or factor that serves as a reason to withhold treatment due to the harm that it may cause to a client.
Anti-coagulants.i.e warafin,a blood thinning medication following an illness or survery. however Aspirin is also a blood s
thinner,a client can be treated after administering,but will bleed more and may bruise easily or may need an additional treatment.
Homphilia patients should not be treated.
Diabetes-clients will bleed and bruise easily depending on the severity of condition.It will be more uncomfortable for a client and it will take longer to heal,especially for insulin dependent diabetics.Such clients could have prolonged dleeding and bruising so proceed with coution and a doctor's note or not at all.
Steroids,Antabuse,Cortisone creams.Clients must be fee of these for at least 6 month before the treatment and such medication shall not be resumed at leaset 6 weeks after post final treatment .Healing will be slower and the risk of scarring -higher.
pregnancy and breast feeding -although there is no medical evidence of possible adverse reaction,it is always advisable not to proceed until a client is no pregnant or breast feeding.
H.I.V and Hepatitis
Hepatitis C is not insurable in UK.It is blood-borne and can survive for 30 days in dried blood.
Epilepsy-it is usually safer to proceed if client has not had a fit for 2 years.
Botox/Fillers -a slightly grey area,different opinions on this,but general advice is 3 weeks post treatment at least.
Cancer-6 weeks either after chemotherapy or radiotherapy is advisable as well as a note from an oncologist to check if client's blood count is high enough.However,with terminal cancer you may proceed with your doctor's consent.
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