Hello, my name is Molly. When I was a young teen, I thought it was unendingly cool to tattoo myself with band quotes and interesting symbols. I did not care about placement or ink spread. In fact, I did not worry about the impact of those tattoos at all. Unfortunately, upon graduating college, I was covered in tattoos that were making it difficult to find a job in my field. Luckily, I was able to undergo tattoo removal procedures to remove the ink from my body. I will use my website to help other people understand the process of having their tattoos professionally removed. Please visit again soon.
Permanent makeup may seem like a good idea at the time, but not everyone wants to have it for their entire lives. Maybe the styles have changed or maybe you just don't want to look the same way anymore — whatever your reason is for wanting to get rid of your permanent makeup, the good news is that it's entirely possible to get rid of it forever. And it doesn't require tattooing over the permanent makeup, either. Here's how you can get yours removed for good.
It might sound scary at first, but don't be alarmed: the most modern method for removing permanent ink in the form of tattoos or makeup is to use a laser.
This laser is a lot like the kind that's used to remove hair. The laser is designed to target certain pigments in the skin, while leaving other pigments untouched. In other words, the laser can be fine-tuned to target the areas of the skin that contain permanent makeup while leaving your bare skin untouched.
When you have your treatment, you'll likely be given anesthesia to help with any discomfort. It's not general anesthesia, so you don't have to worry about being completely under. The anesthesia is only given to help prevent any discomfort while you're receiving the treatment, which is typically reported to be similar to the sensation of a snapping rubber band.
After you're anesthetized, your doctor will go to work, effectively zapping the areas that need the makeup removed. You shouldn't feel anything during the process except for, at most, pressure.
It's important to note that while this method is guaranteed to remove all of your permanent makeup, it's not instantaneous. This is because the process goes hand-in-hand with your body's own immune system.
Once the process is complete, you'll be able to go home immediately. Don't be disappointed when you don't see immediate results — it's up to your body to do the work now.
When the ink is broken up by the laser, it becomes possible for your body's own immune system to start breaking down the ink. It's viewed as an invader to the body, and as a result, the body will send the immune system to start gobbling up the remainder of the ink and to destroy it. Over the weeks to come, you'll notice a distinct diminishing of the makeup, and eventually, it will all disappear.
Contact a local company to learn more about permanent makeup removal in your area.Share
22 January 2020