The answer can be given for each case individually. It's hard for the beauty therapist to give a distinct prognosis based on just visual estimation of the permanent makeup. The rate of pigment removal from the skin depends on the type of pigment, the number of procedures, application method, the length of stay in the skin, the number and quality of attempts to remove the pigment from the skin with other techniques, individual features of the system, and the age.
The effectiveness of pigment removal can only be estimated based on the results of the first procedure. We can see the dynamics of pigment removal as well the other features, and assume how fast will it take to get rid of unwanted pigment and suggest the length of the removal course.
Before working with the difficult areas (tattoo, the area under eyes, etc.), we offer to make a patch test – the pigment removal on a small area to see how the skin will react. If you wish, the test can be performed on the smaller area to estimate the rate of pigment coming out, in case you are not ready for the procedure.
The pigment leaves the skin during each procedure of permanent makeup and tattoo removal with Jet Remove Tattoo Remover cream. Sometimes there's a lot of pigment in the skin and even some pigment removal does not make the color evidently lighter.
But as the process is going on, the pigment concentration is decreasing. In skin the remover comes into reaction with pigment, no other particles form. The result color of the remover + pigment color is green, regardless of the initial color of the pigment. If previously agreed your beauty therapist can show you the ‘’green stuff’’ formed during the procedure.
20-30 minutes to 60 minutes in complicated cases.
The procedure is tolerable and not painful for most of the clients. First, we use a local anesthetic. In comparison to the process of permanent makeup application, you experience fewer manipulations with the needle in the skin, and not on the whole area (an eyebrow, eyelid, etc.), but in small portions resulting in more comfort and minimal swelling.
It is better to discuss this with your therapist. If you are determined to change a form of permanent makeup, it is better first to remove the old pigment completely and only then make the changes. If it is a tiny amount of the pigment left in a new drawing area, then it is possible to make permanent makeup and remove unwanted stuff in one procedure.
Procedures of permanent makeup removing with Jet Remove Tattoo Remover can be performed not depending on a season. Following post-procedure recommendations will be enough. Jet Remove tattoo remover has no effect on the actual skin pigment.
Within 2 weeks after the scab has gone, protect your skin against direct sunlight and don’t use a sunbed or use a sun protection cream with the maximum SPF. Failure to do so may result in skin pigmentation due to the interaction with epidermis but not as a result of the remover action.
No, tattoo remover can't stay in the skin since due to its chemical and physical properties Jet Remove Tattoo Remover is not kept by the skin, and in the process of healing the skin "pushes out" suspension to skin surface completely and without any residuals.
Yes, any pigment regardless of the color. But jet Remove Tattoo Remover is not intended to remove polymer pigment or non-organic pigment with a polymer coating.
Yes in practice some of these materials are removed even better than a professionally done tattoo. But each case is individual.
The fastest results can be achieved when removing the recent professionally made tattoos and permanent makeup which has been in the skin for less than one year.
No, you should wait for the skin to heal completely and allow the scabs to go away. You may remove it not earlier than 1 month since the last application. It is possible to remove some elements directly during the procedure of tattoo application only if tattoo artist has Jet Remove Tattoo Remover. Elements of permanent makeup or tattoo removed directly during the procedure of drawing, are usually removed easy and with no signs.
No, we don't provide such guarantees. Before a tattoo or permanent makeup removal, the client needs to sign informed consent where all procedure-related risks are listed.
One should keep in mind that the removal procedure is an attempt to remove your tattoo or permanent makeup. The results of the removal are very individual and depend on the primary conditions, such as:
when the drawing was made,
number procedures were performed,
the type of pigment used,
the number of removal procedures,
removing technique and skin condition after removing procedures,
individual features of the body;
and also, the technician experience,
following post-procedure recommendations, etc.
The technician performs the procedure according to the manufacturer's technique. Each procedure results in a certain amount of pigment removed, but as the exact amount of pigment in the skin is not known
the result of removing cannot be exactly estimated. It's up to the client to decide whether he needs both the first and the following removal procedures and whether he is satisfied with results of removal.
Procedures are made once a month, it is better not to make more than 2,5 months intervals as after the first procedure the pigment comes out to the skin surface and is simpler to remove it. When longer intervals between procedures the skin "resists" in removing pigment.
Yes, if removal procedures were performed according to technology and the skin was not damaged, then it is possible. If the procedure was not made in line with the technology(scab was peeled by the client, Jet Remove was washed away by the therapist), the upper layer of skin got thicker and actually formed a scar, later the pigment applied onto such skin will not fit properly and with some techniques it won't be even possible to make it at all (like shading or hair stroke techniques).
Like with any other removal methods risks exist. The risks can include: in some individual cases the procedure is not effective, and there is a risk o scars or keloid scar formation, and other risks. . When skin is injured, there is always a risk of infection, even if preventive measures were taken. The client undertakes all responsibility and shares any risks that may arise due to a bad outcome of the procedure.
Of course; ONLY sterile sealed needles are used for removal, sealed packaging is demonstrated to the client before the procedure. All other instruments must be used considering all hygienic and sterile standards.
Straight after the scab(the incrustation that forms over a sore or wound during healing) come off. Usually scab lasts 3-4 days on lips, 4-6days on eyebrows, 5-8 days on the tattoo removal area. Once the scab has gone, you can see slightly red skin, this redness disappears within 1-2 days, and also that the tattoo or permanent make up has faded or has completely gone.