Top 3 Reasons to Choose Saline Tattoo Removal Over Laser Removal?
So you have decided to get that permanent perfect set of brows, pink lips, or an on-point cat eye. Get a tattoo that didn’t look good, or you didn’t like? Did pigment turn blue or green? Don’t give up hope. A new tends to remove unwanted pigment is – Saline Tattoo Removal – a specialized, all-natural saline solution. It uses the process of osmosis to remove the tattoo. By using a tattoo machine and tattoo needle, saline is pushed and applied into the tattooed area. The pigment is dragged up in the direction of the surface of your skin. That’s because if there are two liquids next to each other, the liquid with a lower salt content is drawn to the liquid with the higher salt content, drawing the pigment with it.
Is Saline Removal Right for your Tattoo?
Saline Tattoo Removal is a detailed tattoo removal procedure. It is so accurate that it can remove a wing from an eyeliner tattoo while keeping the rest of the eyeliner intact. Therefore, saline removal is an excellent option for:
• Small body tattoos
• Migrated eyeliner
• Scalp micropigmentation (SMP)
• Eyeliner tattoo
• Migrated eyeliner
Why Choose Saline Removal over Laser?
1. Laser tattoo removal uses a laser to break down the pigment into small particles absorbed into the lymphatic system and expelled by the body. Some people do not like the idea of the pigment absorbed by the lymphatic system and opt for Saline Removal.
2. Tattoo removal can cause scar tissue. Meaning you may not be able to re-tattoo over that particular area again. But you can re-tattoo over an area that has had Saline Tattoo Removal. If you want to remove your existing microblading and get your brows tattooed, saline is a better option.
3. Laser removal generally targets only specific colors to break down. So, make sure the laser that is used can target all colors. No laser, till now, is able to remove white because it can’t detect it. Saline Removal, on the other hand, can remove any color.
What to Expect During and After the Procedure?
During the Procedure:
• Some people bleed and get red, which is quite normal.
• The skin might swell for a day or so.
After the Procedure:
• Aftercare is essential to the success of a saline removal.
• You will get the detailed aftercare and a follow-up appointment.
• The area can stay red or discolored for a few weeks as the area heals.
The scab is the most important formation after the procedure. This is where the pigment lifts up through the skin. So keeping the scab intact is very important.
The Bottom Line
If you are looking for a less invasive method to remove unwanted cosmetic tattoos and body tattoos, Saline Tattoo Removal is the right choice. Saline is a better choice when it comes to removing pigment vs laser which can doesn’t detect certain pigments. Also with laser there’s a big chance that the skin can turn red where the laser hits the skin due to the extreme heat. Always remember to look for someone reputable in the business especially when working on your face.