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Brow Removal

Saline & Laser

Treatment Overview

  • Duration - 60 minutes

  • Patch test required - Saline No


  • Consultation/patch test for Laser removal - £10

  • Saline Removal - £65

  • Laser Removal - £65

What is saline removal?

Saline removal is a method of correcting the colour, shape or both aspects of permanent makeup and tattoos. If you have historical work which you wish to have removed before re-application of permanent makeup or microblading, saline can offer a great solution.

  • The tattoo will fade and become lighter over time.

  • You can re-apply a tattoo/permanent makeup after the skin has completely healed.

  • There are less risks than using laser treatment.

  • No scarring, hyper/hypo pigmentation post treatment.

  • No blistering.

  • Can be used for all skin types.

What are the benefits?

There are always possible risks when undertaking any treatments on the skin, however, the saline removal method poses very few risks and many benefits;

  • Saline removal can cause slight bleeding, bruising, swelling and tenderness with the results very similar to the microblading process. We endeavour to keep client comfort at the forefront of our treatments.

  • Saline is relatively inexpensive comparatively to laser removal.

  • Less painful than other tattoo removal methods.

  • Less trauma caused, compared to dermabrasion of the skin.

  • The cryosurgery method of removal requires freezing and burning off the pigment using liquid nitrogen which is a painful procedure.

  • Chemical peels cause blistering of the skin which can scar.


How many sessions will I need?

Usually a removal will require 3 treatments, which must be spaced by 4-6 weeks between each session to allow for healing. However, for particularly stubborn, dark or old permanent makeup we can treat the area up to 6 times.

Alternatively, if you’re seeking to remove a very minimal amount of pigment, for example a hair stroke or two out of place on microbladed brows, it may be possible to remove the desired area in 1-2 sessions.

Ok, what else do I need to know?

A face to face consultation is recommend for a true assessment of the area and how we can best help you.

  • Following a removal session, the area must be kept dry. If the area gets wet during bathing it must be dried quickly-it mustn’t stay wet for more than a few minutes.

  • The scabs must not be picked off as this may result in scarring – they must fall off naturally.

  • There must be a 4-6-week gap before undertaking further treatment on the same area.--

  • Once the scabs have naturally come away from the skin, you are able to apply the aftercare ointment to the area twice a day between treatment sessions.

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