These PermaBlend correctors offer coverage and correction of brows that have healed off-color.
The Correction Set contains four PermaBlend 1/2 oz bottles:
- Soft Yellow Corrector – Corrector for purple/blue brows. Contains Titanium Dioxide and will give more coverage.
- Golden Corrector – Light orange corrector used to correct blue/green brows. This color has Titanium Dioxide. Will give heavier coverage.
- Pumpkin Corrector – Light orange/yellow used to correct purple/blue brows. Contains Titanium Dioxide and will provide more coverage. More opacity.
- Olive Corrector – Green pigment used to correct red/orange brows. Contains Titanium Dioxide and will provide more coverage.
Permablend Permanent Makeup Pigments are for micropigmentation and microblading. Made in the USA with adherence to strict US guidelines by World Famous Ink, one of the oldest and trusted names in the industry.
Vegan friendly and guaranteed to have not been tested on animals. EU certified with MSDS and all ingredient documentation. These pigments are for professional use only.
Saline and Glycolic Acid Tattoo Removal
Both of Saline and Glycolic Acid Tattoo Removal fall under the category of NON-LASER tattoo removal.
They’re done by opening the skin and using saline or glycolic acid to bond with the ink particles by making a scab that will then take the ink with it. This method removes the ink in the same way it was implanted.
What is Saline & Glycolic Acid Tattoo Removal
This is a LIGHTENING rather than a REMOVAL method. Any sort of non-laser removal involves opening the skin to get to the implanted pigment. This by the very nature of it, is far more aggressive than laser, which does not touch the epidermis. Because of this, we rarely use non laser removal more than twice.
Non laser treatments can be very effective when the area is saturated with ink. However, it does not substitute the need for lasers at some stage or the removal process. We also use this method when dealing with flesh or white color pigment.
The aftercare of Saline or Glycolic Acid Tattoo Removal is more complicated than laser. You will need to keep the area dry and allow the scab to fall off on its own. This poses a challenge when washing and showering.
During your consultation we will advise you if this is right method for you. We would like you to keep an open mind during your consultation as you will have heard contradicting reports as to which method is best. We’re one of the few clinics that uses both methods, and we can categorically tell you that the best method is the only that will suit your individual case.
The process of tattooing, whether on the face or body, is done by depositing pigment/ink into the epidermis and dermis, which is the inner layer of skin.
Depositing ink particles in the layer ensures that they won’t be absorbed into the subcutaneous tissue below or leaked out of the skin as the epidermis regenerates naturally.
When pigment/ink is deposited into the dermis, the body’s immune system reacts to it the same way it reacts to any other foreign body being introduce into our bodied; white blood cells attempt to absorb and eliminate the foreign body.
Over time, the white blood cells eat away at the smaller ink particles, but most are still too large for the white blood cells to grab onto and remove from the skin. Therefore, we have clients come back for touch ups for permanent makeup.
Since the pigment/ink particles are too large for the white blood cells to absorb, whatever pigment/ink remains stays in the dermis for a long time, making it permanent.
Removal/Lightening has been around since tattooing has been around.
This procedure is the oldest method of physical tissue destruction, involving abrading the superficial dermis (past the point of bleeding) with coarse granules of common table salt and a moist gauze pad. Imagine rough sandpaper abrading your tattoo off your skin.
This technique is repeated every few days until the scarred tissue pulls away supposedly leaving healthy tissue underneath taking the tattoo with it.
Surgical excision of a tattoo involves using a surgical knife to cut away the tattoo. This will be performed under local anesthetic injections. It can only be done if the skin can compensate for the area where the tattoo has been removed.