Eyebrow tattoo removal is a simple and safe procedure. While some people fear that the proximity to the eyes makes laser tattoo removal of cosmetic tattoos dangerous or unsafe, well-equipped tattoo removal clinic should be able to handle the procedure.
Factors to Consider Before Getting an Eyebrow Tattoo Removed
Many people considering eyebrow tattoo removal have concerns about safety and the procedure or are just curious. The main differences between cosmetic tattooing and traditional body tattoos are the techniques and types of ink compounds used.
How Long Does Laser Eyebrow Tattoo Removal Take?
It takes between 1 and 5 laser tattoo removal sessions to completely remove 1 layer of eyebrow tattoo, depending on the type of ink, your skin, and the technique used by the tattoo artist who did the tattoo.
If you require a more precise estimate of how long your tattoo removal will take, ask your tattoo removal technician for a more detailed estimate. Depending on how detailed the information you supply is, you will get a more detailed estimate.
How Long Do I Have to Wait After Getting an Eyebrow Tattoo to Have it Removed?
It’s best to wait 8-12 weeks before starting any laser treatments after getting a new tattoo of any kind. In order for the procedure to be effective, a tattoo needs to settle into the dermis so that the colours of the ink can show through the tones of the epidermis and the dermis.
Is It Possible To Remove Just Part of an Eyebrow Tattoo?
Removing select sections of an eyebrow tattoo, or any other type of cosmetic tattoo, is possible. The laser used in most clinics is a precise tool capable of meeting your individual tattoo removal specifications.
What Sort of Eye Protection Is Used During Laser Eyebrow Tattoo Removal?
Reputable tattoo removal clinics require clients to wear protective stainless steel eye shields if any work is being done on or near the face. Some tattoo removal clinics charge for the covers while others include it in the cost of the procedure. Eye protection is absolutely critical and you should never consent to any laser removal near the face without it.
What Is The Aftercare Process?
Eyebrow tattoo removal aftercare is simple – the less you do, the better. It’s best to avoid any external contact with the affected area for 3 days after your treatment. Avoid touching the area and do your best to sleep on your back. Avoid exposure to water and don’t apply any makeup or cream to the area treated with a laser.
Get as much rest as possible, eat well, and let your body recover.
Will I Lose Hair After Laser Eyebrow Tattoo Removal?
Any hair loss resulting from laser tattoo removal treatment is temporary. Your eyebrow hair is likely to turn white following the treatment because the laser removes the pigment. Whitening is perfectly natural and is not permanent.
If you got a cosmetic eyebrow tattoo to conceal the appearance of hair loss, the area being treated will remain hairless once the tattoo has been removed.