Tattoo removal, also called tattoo lightening, works by implanting a saline solution into the skin tissue. The solution “binds” to the iron oxides in the tattoo pigment and then safely lifts these pigments to the surface of the skin through oxidation. A scab will form over the treated area removing pigment with it.

Tattoo lightening using a saline-solution method is a better option for the lightening or removal of cosmetic tattoos where laser removal is not recommended because they can turn permanent makeup pigments black.

The treatment is well tolerated by clients and generally requires several sessions spaced 4 to 8 weeks apart. The beauty of saline tattoo removal is its safety and kindness to the skin, using an all-natural formulation.

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