What is permanent makeup?

Permanent make-up is the injection of paint under the skin with needles, such as tattooing. Eyebrows, eyelashes and lips are colored in this way. Permanent make-up is essentially the same as tattooing. Here, the dye is pushed under the skin with needles. Permanence varies according to the depth of the paint, if the paint is too deep, it remains for a lifetime.

How to remove permanent makeup?

The most suitable treatment for permanent make-up removal is laser permanent make-up removal. We use a Q switch nd-yag laser to remove permanent eyebrow dyes called eyebrow contour. Q switch - Nd -yag laser is the laser used in tattoo removal. Laser permanent make-up removal works with the same mechanism as tattoo removal. The laser targets the dye under the skin, the laser shot breaks down the dye, the disintegrated dye is removed from the environment by the body's defense cells. In this way, the paint is erased by decreasing a little in each session.

What are the advantages of permanent make-up removal with laser?

The biggest advantage of laser permanent make-up removal is that the laser does not damage the skin while removing the dye. Does not leave skin damage or burn marks. It is not appropriate to try to remove the paint with chemical solutions or to try to cover it with another skin-colored paint. Now let's explain why it is not suitable: First, why is it dangerous to try to remove paint with eyebrow removal solutions? In permanent make-up applied to the eyebrow area, the dye is injected under the skin with a needle, that is, the dye is under the skin. Eyebrow removal solutions especially contain a strong acid called trichloroacetic acid. The purpose of eyebrow removal solutions is to peel the skin with this acid. While peeling the skin, it is tried to get the paint out. But what is dangerous is this; It is necessary to peel the skin very deeply for the paint to be removed. If you peel the skin deeply until you reach the paint, the skin cannot heal, the burn mark remains and this burn mark is permanent. You will have to live with a burn scar for the rest of your life.

Microblading is trying to cover the eyebrow dye, which is present in the eyebrow color lightening process, with another skin color paint. This is not a correct method. Because it is not possible for the skin-colored paint applied on the top to completely cover the dark color below. The image doesn't get any better, and the tan paint draws attention. The tan dye applied to the top of an eyebrow contour dye that can normally be removed with a laser makes it impossible to remove the dark dye underneath. In other words, if there is a skin-colored paint on the top, laser eyebrow removal cannot be performed. In short, the best method of removing the permanent eyebrow dye you want to remove is laser eyebrow removal treatment.

How many sessions does it take to remove eyebrow contour with laser?

Permanent make-up removal with laser is done in sessions. The depth of the paint determines how many sessions it will take, if the paint has penetrated too deeply, if the permanent make-up has been applied on top of each other, it requires too many sessions. If the paint is superficial, it comes off more easily. If you want to perform eyebrow contour deletion with laser, you should consider having about 8-10 sessions of operation.

Laser Permanent Makeup Removal Prices

The price of permanent make-up removal with laser varies according to the width of the area to be treated, so it is more appropriate to give an exact price after seeing the make-up area you want to remove. In terms of giving an idea, the price of an eyebrow contour deletion that fills the entire eyebrow will be 600 TL. This is the session fee. The total fee you will pay for laser permanent make-up removal is determined by the number of sessions required. If the paint is superficial and dark, it comes off more easily, requiring less sessions. If the paint has penetrated too deeply, if it is done on top of it, it requires many sessions. Therefore, the fee you will pay will be very high.