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tattoo removal

Fresh Cosmetic Studio offers two types of removal services. We aim to give all clients options when it comes to previously tattooed areas. We offer tattoo removal alone, or we offer "Remove & Restore" appointments for clients wanting to receive both. We are a proud partner with Cherry Payment Plans & we are happy to customize your removal and restoring of your permanent makeup.

LASER REMOVAL-

Laser removal is a common method for removing permanent makeup and traditional tattoos. It involves using specialized lasers to break down the pigments in the tattooed area. The laser energy targets the pigment particles, causing them to fragment into smaller particles that are then absorbed by the body's immune system and naturally eliminated.

The effectiveness of laser removal depends on various factors, including the type of pigment used, the depth of the tattoo, and the skill of the technician performing the procedure. Multiple sessions may be required to achieve the desired results, and there can be some discomfort during the process.

It's essential to consult with a qualified and experienced technician or medical aesthetician who specializes in laser tattoo removal to discuss your specific situation and develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs. We can provide you with a realistic assessment of what to expect in terms of results and any potential risks or side effects associated with the procedure.

SALINE REMOVAL-

Saline removal is method used to remove or lighten permanent makeup. It involves tattooing a specially formulated saline solution into the skin to help lift the pigment out of the dermis. The process works by creating a controlled injury to the skin, prompting the body's natural healing process to push the pigment particles to the surface, where they can scab and eventually flake off.

Saline removal is generally considered less invasive than laser removal and may be a preferred option for those with sensitive skin or darker skin tones, as it carries a lower risk of hyperpigmentation or scarring. However, it typically requires multiple sessions spaced several weeks apart to achieve significant results, and complete removal may not always be possible.

As with any cosmetic procedure, it's crucial to consult with a qualified and experienced technician who specializes in saline removal. We can assess your individual situation, discuss the expected outcomes and potential risks, and develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs. Keep in mind that while saline removal can lighten or remove unwanted pigment, it may not always completely eliminate it, and additional touch-up treatments may be necessary for optimal results.

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