Are you looking for the best procedure for brow tattoo removal?
- Do you want to freshen up your brows with a new permanent makeup application?
- Are you getting through a microblading disaster and looking for the safest way to undo the damage?
- Perhaps, you had your brows done 10 years ago and wonder if it is still possible to remove old ink?
If you have answered “yes” to any of the questions above – you will be happy to know that Botched Ink eyebrow tattoo removal might be a safe and efficient procedure for you.
Forget about pain, scarring and the high cost of laser treatments, Blotched Ink can erase or fade unwanted colour in your brows with no downtime and the least amount of discomfort.
What is Botched Ink permanent makeup removal?
It’s a type of tattoo removal treatment used to lift, improve and remove bad or unwanted microblading, permanent makeup (eyebrows and lip liner) or scalp micro pigmentation.
How does Botched Ink work?
Botched Ink is a salt-based tattoo removal solution, which dries out the skin. The unique ingredients in Botched Ink aid in the rapid drying of the skin, generally within an hour! So when Botched Ink tattoo removal is implanted into a tattooed area, the skin containing pigment also dries out, removing it during the skin’s natural healing process. Each time a treatment is carried out, more pigment is removed. It does not matter if the pigment is deep or superficial; it will still be effective!
Will I feel anything during my Botched Ink eyebrow tattoo removal?
You will not feel any discomfort for most of the treatment. Towards the end, you’ll experience a short and mild sting which tells us Botched Ink has soaked sufficiently and the skin will dry out quickly. Botched Ink solution has an adjusted skin-friendly 5.5 pH level to avoid burn sensations common among other types of salt removals. Until Botched Ink came along, saline tattoo removal was a notoriously uncomfortable treatment.
How much would the procedure cost?
The procedure cost is $100 per session. Please note, for best results you will need to commit to at least 3 sessions.
How long does each treatment take?
The actual treatment time is about 30-45 minutes, depending on the size of the eyebrows we’re working on. Add to this numbing cream and consultation time.
How many eyebrow tattoo removal treatments will I need?
During your initial consultation we take a thorough history of your tattoo, how many treatments and top-ups you’ve had, when was the last treatment performed. This helps us understand your tattoo and skin better to advise. As a guide, we always recommend a client mentally and financially commit to a course of 3 treatments, then we can assess how easily the pigment is removing and form the next plan.
If you would like to have a consultation, have questions or are ready for a Blotched Ink tattoo removal treatment I will be happy to help you.
Eyebrow Tattoo Removal FAQ
How quickly can I have treatments?
If it’s a fresh tattoo we call this an Emergency Removal! The sooner you decide you want to start removal treatments the better, within 48 hours is ideal, though if the area has started to dry out and heal, we need to wait a few days for the scab to naturally heal off, and then we can start treatments. Please never attempt any removal treatments yourself, and no picking! This will delay and complicate the healing process and removal.
My eyebrows are really saturated, will it work?
Yes definitely. Please accept that the pigment will be compacted and may well have some scarring, but this is OK as the first couple of Botched Ink eyebrow tattoo removal treatments will get the skin improving
and pigment removing.
Will I have thick ugly scabs?
Uniquely for saline tattoo removal, Botched Ink dries out skin super quickly that it doesn’t have time to start its natural wound healing response: this means you don’t get a traditional type of scab. A Botched Ink scab is a dried-out skin and pigment scab.
Is there aftercare to follow after treatment?
Yes, it’s really simple and will be covered during your consultation. You just need to put one application of the aftercare we supply for the healing process, 48 hours after the treatment. Botched Ink procedure allows you to start aftercare quickly, resulting in more comfortable healing for you!
When can I put makeup on after my eyebrow tattoo removal treatment?
When the scab has naturally healed off, though still be careful with some modern or high coverage foundations and creams containing actives; the skin will be sensitive and still healing, needing gentle care! Put the wrong product on this healing skin and you’re likely to cause irritation, redness, bumpiness and itching.
Will I see the pigment coming out?
This tends to happen on fresh pigment removals or very superficially implanted pigment. You may see some acid or alkaline removal solutions showing a brown substance on the skin or cotton pad, but this is most likely blood that’s been turned brown.
Why have my eyebrows changed colour over the years?
Pigments change and degrade over the months and years, there are many reasons including body acids, pigment oxidation, sun and environmental changes. It’s kind of like when you colour your hair, a permanent change was made, but that still fades and changes over time.
I had my eyebrows tattooed 10 years ago using tattoo ink, will Botched Ink work on mine?
Yes definitely. It may even be easier to remove as tattoo ink requires fewer (if any) top-ups, so you’ll have less pigment in your skin.
Isn’t laser the best removal method?
Laser tattoo removal is not the first option for cosmetic tattoo removal, especially eyebrows which are brown – brown is made up of black, white, yellow, red and green, laser treatment has difficulty with four of these
colours. The underlying brown colour isn’t always visible due to top-ups and pigment fading, especially iron oxide which is traditionally used for permanent makeup.
If you’re undecided between laser eyebrow tattoo removal or Botched Ink eyebrow tattoo removal process, always do Botched Ink first as this draws pigment up and closer to the surface, making it easier removal for either method. If the brows are scarred from multiple or heavy-handed pigment treatments, laser removal cannot get to the pigment in scar tissue, Botched Ink can!