The Salt and Saline method of tattoo removal is a simple and safe method used for the removal of permanent makeup. A sterile salt solution is implanted into the unwanted tattoo ink via specialised tattooing techniques. An osmotic process is induced, which attracts the fragmented ink particles drawing them out of the skin.
The salt and saline method of tattoo removal is a more natural holistic approach, that is equally effective on all ink colours and skin types. There is also less risk of hypo-pigmentation (blotchy patches on the skin) and scarring than conventional laser removal treatments. It is also safe to have another treatment over the area, once your skin has had time to fully heal.
This technique is highly effective and commonly used within the initial stages of permanent cosmetics correctional work to lighten ill-placed, badly shaped, discoloured cosmetic enhancements.
Scabbing is a normal part of the healing process. You may experience redness and mild swelling (see our before and aftercare instructions).
This procedure will take approximately ½ to 1 hour (dependent on the area being treated).