Are you looking to have your microbladed or permanent makeup eyebrows fixed, corrected or removed? Are your eyebrows saturated with pigment that needs lifting before we can give you amazing new brows? Has your eyebrow tattoo pigment gone a different color to when you first had them done and now you don't like them? Or do you just have tattoo regret and want to start fresh? I can help you with any of these concerns, I'm an officially trained Botched Ink technician. I can even help with eyebrow emergencies, if a freshly microbladed or tattooed brow turns out completely wrong, Botched Ink will come to the rescue!
Botched Ink is a saline solution that closely resembles the skins natural pH, this means it's gentle on the skin. During treatment there's no lingering burn or sting, just a short, mild sting towards the end of the treatment, and this lets us know we've soaked the skin sufficiently for the best removal. Botched Ink quickly dries out the treated area, and any pigment healed into that skin; pigment is then lifted and removed during the skins natural healing process. Botched Ink causes minimal inflammation or irritation, so the healing process is pretty non-eventful. There's a bonus too, a Botched Ink dried out skin scab is shades of brown, a great color for eyebrows. You might even get complimented on your new brows!
Any kind of tattoo removal is a process and Botchedd Ink is no different. Although we've seen some great results after just one session, most clients will see improvements after 2-3. It's worth mentally and financially committing to a course of 3 treatments before starting, and during the consultation we can assess how easily the pigment is likely to remove from your skin. While we can't give you an exact number of sessions to fully remove unwanted pigment, you'll be able to understand the removal process and know what you're in for. We find this so helps our clients.
If you'd like to find out how I can help you, please get in touch and send me a good, clear photo, and please detail what you're looking to get fixed, corrected, or removed.