Mandy Charlish Environ Skincare Norwich

PhiRemoval Semi-Permanent Makeup Tattoo Removal

PhiRemoval is the best and the safest method for removal of tattoos and poor quality permanent makeup on brows, eyes and lips and small tattoos. It is of great importance because all surgical tattoo removal methods are both painful and leave large scars.

Examples of PhiRemoval indications are

Tattoo or Permanent make-up looks old fashioned

Tattoo or Permanent make-up is of poor quality

Unevenly introduced Permanent make-up

Uneven Permanent make-up pigment depth

Permanent make-up pigment migration

Social reasons

Operations, injections

Use of titanium dioxide-based camouflage

How does it work?

The tattoo removal tool is used in a similar way as tattooing or micropigmenting, with the same equipment

The tattoo extraction formula starts working almost immediately after drawing the original tattoo ink, moving upwardly through the skin

The scab containing tattoo ink is formed over the treated area in the next few days. As the skin is healing, even more unwanted tattoo ink gets drawn out

The scab starts to peel off naturally, extracting the unwanted tattoo ink. You are likely to have a secondary scab containing even more tattoo ink

After the procedure and for as long as you have the scab on the skin, keep the treated area dry. Removal of the tattoo or bad Permanent make-up doesn’t end after one treatment. It takes more than one procedure to remove everything you are not satisfied with, but the first results are immediately visible. If only the epidermis is affected, usually there are no traces or scars because the base layer cells of the epidermis are able to regenerate completely.

What are PhiRemoval advantages

Doesn’t cause neurosis

Tissue heals quickly

Removed pigment and its quantity is easily visible

It ‘cleans’ the lips like no other product before

There is no long term post procedural redness or atrophy

After care

The basic special designation of the soothing cream is to soothe the scab and enhance healing. 48 hours after each procedure, apply a thin layer of this cream to the area that was treated during the procedure. Apply the cream at least 2 or 3 times per day until the scab scales off and scab shedding is completed. This may take 7 to 14 days or even more.

Antiscar gel is applied after serious injuries, a surgical intervention when tissue scarring is expected, and for scarring prevention. After initial scab shedding, a small amount of the gel is to be applied on the skin with every 8 hours. It should be applied until the skin relief is restored, redness disappears, and the skin colour in the area that has been exposed to the procedure obtains the same colour as surrounding tissues.

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