Saline Tattoo Removal 
and 
Lightening

Here at Glow Home Beauty saline is used for the tattoo removal and lightening procedure. I use the most effective and safest saline out there. It is a non-acid, high salt based, fruit seed extract removal product. This type of removal works on the theory of “Osmosis”. The difference between saline and laser tattoo removal is that laser works by breaking the ink into tiny little fragments pushing it down into your body leaving your lymph nodes to get rid of it. Saline lifts pigments up to the surface of the skin which then is removed from the epidermis and the scab. Laser only recognizes certain colors, as for saline it recognizes all colors. We do 3-4 passes a session. Saline removal can be preformed on both body art tattoo, or permanent makeup tattoos. Only the highest of quality ingredients and techniques are used. This service for both men and woman. 

How Sessions Are Done

How Sessions Are Done

 

Sessions are done 8-10 weeks apart to allow your skin to heal. 

 

 

The Size Of The Tattoo

 

This saline tattoo technique works best against small tattoos (no bigger than the size of a playing card), cosmetic tattoos or permanent makeup, and microblading. Larger tattoo will take too long it is not advised. 

 

Length Of Appointment 

 

Each appointment will last anywhere from 30 minutes till over a hour or so.  

 

How To Prepare For Your Appointment

 

 Alcohol and caffeine must be avoided 24 hours before your appointment. Do not consume blood-thinning medications like Aspirin, Plavix, etc., for a couple of days before your appointment. Do not stop consumption of your medications before your doctors approval. Be sure to get your doctors permission to stop taking any medications because doing so. Avoid treatments like chemical peels, facials, botox, microdermabrasion, etc for about two weeks before your procedure. Be sure not to workout on the day of appointment. Avoid using skin products, and using fish oil. Protect the skin from the sun for about two weeks. Sunburnt skin is not ideal for the treatment process. 

 

Undergoing Chemotherapy 

 

Your doctors permission as well as a doctors note from your doctor is needed. 

 

How Does It Work

 

  1. Numbing cream is applied

  2. Area is cleaned

  3. A tattoo machine is used to implant saline solution into the skin

  4. The solution breaks down the pigment putting it through it's Osmosis stage pulling the pigment to the surface of the skin

  5. The pigment heals into the scab than falls off leaving the area lighter. 

  6. More sessions may be needed depending on what's desired. 

 

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