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Saline tattoo removal is a method of removing pigment from skin using a simple saline solution rather than lasers. A sterile, disposable hand tool is used to deposit the saline solution into the skin. This solution binds to the pigments, breaks them down and draws them out of the skin within 10-14 days.
Your initial session is $250, second is $150, and last session is $100.
We use Li-Ft Saline Solution. Li-Ft is all natural and the highest quality removal product on the market. A topical numbing cream is also used prior to the procedure to keep our clients as comfortable as possible.
During and immediately after the procedure you may see a small amount of bleeding, this is normal and necessary for creating the “controlled scab.” For the first 24 hours, the skin may appear red and gradually begin to scab. During days 2-4, scabs will be present and eventually fall off naturally. The scabbing process is highly important and will contain the pigment that has surfaced from the procedure. After the scab falls off, the skin may appear pink or discolored for a couple of weeks before returning to its original shade by week 4. Sometimes pigment that has spread underneath the skin may rise to the surface before coming out completely. In these cases, it may appear that the tattoo has “bled” to surrounding tissue. This is all part of the process and will be addressed during future sessions.
The saline method is a lot less painful in comparison to laser removal, but is not equally effective. Saline removal is ideal for those who need just a little lightening before adding new pigment to their pre-existing color, while laser treatments are sure to get deep with with only a few sessions. I always make sure to point my clients in the right direction by helping them make an informed decision. I partner with trusted, local laser clinic in the area who offers my clients special pricing on their treatments.