There are several reasons why people choose to have their eyebrow tattoos removed. Some are dissatisfied with the outcome, for others it’s a health issue, while others may want to remove their prior tattoo to undergo the 3D eyebrow, also referred to as microblading. Whatever your reason, you can trust the experts at Wisconsin Laser Center to remove your unwanted eyebrow tattoo.
How Laser Eyebrow Tattoo Removal works
Similar to tattoo removal, permanent eyebrow makeup removal involves the breakdown of the ink into minuscule particles. When this happens, the broken down particles are absorbed into the lymphatic system and removed from the body.
Recovery And Aftercare
Recovery and aftercare in many respects is similar to that of permanent makeup application. The procedure might require topical anesthetic, but after it wears off, it is important to keep the removal areas clean and dry until scabbing and shedding occur naturally. This process will probably take approximately 10 days for each session to recover properly. Be sure to follow your removal specialist’s instructions carefully to help minimize the risk of adverse effects. Be sure to stay out of the direct sunlight and don’t use tanning beds. Don’t damage or scratch the skin, this could cause infection and scarring. The more you can leave the skin to heal on its own, the better, but healing ointment such as Aquaphor can be used to moisturize the skin and is recommended.