People seldom get tattoos with the expectation that they will want to remove them someday; but situations change, tattoos become blurry or fade, and sometimes a tattoo no longer fits your personality or lifestyle.
As a cosmetic tattoo artist, Olga has the advantage of knowing how the ink was put into the skin in the first place, and she doesn't judge people for their tattoos or their decision to have a tattoo lightened.
White Iris Salon is proud to offer saline tattoo lightening, using revivnik, a proven method that is faster and less expensive than other tattoo lightening options.
The Revivnik system also creates less discomfort than other methods, it lightens all colors, and it is less damaging to the skin than other tattoo removal/lightening procedures.
The Revivnik process is very similar to the regular tattoo process in that it uses similar equipment and procedures. But instead of pushing ink into the skin, the lightening system uses a special solution –to create an osmotic reaction. As the cells lift due to osmosis, they push the ink out of the skin.
There is no such thing as complete removal of iron oxide Saline tattoo lightening generally requires 50% to 75% fewer treatments than laser tattoo removal, and unlike laser removal — which relies on wavelengths to target specific colors — saline removes all colors of ink.
Also a viable option for the lightening of all cosmetic tattoos, whereas laser removal is not recommended for certain areas or colors.
Some of the reasons people want to have their tattoos removed include:
The tattoo extraction formula starts working almost immediately after breaking the skin, the original tattoo ink comes to the top layer of the epidermis. A scab with tattoo ink will be formed over the treated area in the next few days. While the skin heals, even more unwanted tattoo ink will be drawn out.
Olga is Beautiologist Permanent Makeup & Cosmetic Tattoo is the trusted practitioner in the art of permanent makeup in Clearwater, Palm Harbor, St. Petersburg and the Tampa and Sarasota areas.
Semi-permanent makeup is a revolutionary technology used to camouflage and conceals scars. It works by gradually blending the color of the skin surrounding the scar to match — so is not noticeable.
Camouflage treatment can be applied to conceal any scar, on the face or elsewhere on the body. It lasts up to three years on the skin. It looks like a professionally applied make-up concealer that will not wash off.
Imagine no longer worrying about unsightly scars? Or never having to cover them with topical makeup that smudges and make a mess when you go out? Or never having to try to conceal them with clothing?
Will dramatically reduce the appearance of scars in just four sessions.
Tattoos are a wonderfully artistic way to express yourself, but they aren’t always about aesthetics, creativity and expression.
Sometimes a tattoo can serve an even deeper purpose. Using tattoos to cover up scars is becoming an increasingly popular way to reduce the appearance of scarring and the associated self-conscious shame and embarrassment that often comes with the trauma of scars.
No longer do breast cancer survivors or those who have undergone surgery need to feel self-conscious. War veterans can turn their marks of honor into a symbolic monument.
Tattoos can cover and incorporate scars with many different designs.
Are these tattoos effective? What is the best way to cover up a scar? Which cover-up designs are the most popular? Remove tattoo by cover-up. This guide will help you answer these questions.
Covering up a scar with a tattoo can be effective, but it is not simple. Scars take anywhere from a year to 18 months to heal properly. During this time, using vitamin E oil and drinking lots of water every day will help the scar heal.
After the recovery process, it is important to do your research. Scar tissue reacts differently to tattoo needles and ink than non-scarred skin. This tissue is also more sensitive, making the process a more painful one to go through.
Overall, however, scar cover-up can be a fun and empowering process, allowing you to take back control of your appearance and put the scars behind you.
Cover-Up Tattoos Can:
Artist cover-up will be able to suggest different and creative ways to cover up or incorporate your scar into your tattoo.