Tattoo Removal Process

Fig1: Inside a Tattoo

Fig 2: Micropigmentation Equipment

Access to the pigments is gained by puncturing the skin with tattoo or micropigmentation equipment.

Fig 3: Forcing the Ink Upwards

The Rejuvi tattoo remover mixes with the tattoo pigments and bonds with them.

Fig 4: Forced Ink on the Surface

The remover and captured pigment is ejected to the skin surface.

Fig 5: Continued Process

As the skin heals over the following weeks the remover and pigments are ejected. Removing the unwanted tattoo pigments.

 

Rejuvi Tattoo Removal

 

Rejuvi tattoo removal system is a unique method of tattoo ink extraction which is designed to completely remove your tattoo ink pigments from most areas of the body apart from sensitive areas near the eyes or areas where high levels of moisture occur. 

 

The treatment is not colour selective (unlike laser) and acts on all colour pigments equally and substantially less painful than other removal methods and the treatment course and subsequent tattoo removal is typically much faster and more effective than laser removal options.

 

Normally a tattoo will take a number of treatments to remove, typically around 3 to 4 depending on condition, history, tattoo location on body and your individual circumstances.

 

The treated area should be allowed to heal for 8-12 weeks following each treatment.

Allow 6 months following final treatment before any re-tattooing of area is made.

 

After treatment the skin will have some redness which will gradually subside. It is important to note that with any method or technology used to effect tattoo removal there are risks involved which may include permanent scarring. There are a number steps that can be utilised to avoid or reduce these risks and there are treatments available to reduce scarring should it occur.

 

Unfortunately tattoos are not as easy to remove as they are to apply. 

 

 

The Advantages

 

•Less Treatments - Most tattoos can be removed in around three to four treatments

•Lower Cost - Less treatments makes removal more economical than other methods

•Fastest non surgical method - Less treatments also means faster removal

•Not Colour selective - All tattoo colours respond equally, Reds - Green - Blue - Yellow etc

•Less Scarring* - The skin is still able to tan normally and hair growth remains unchanged

•Can be used to lighten tattoos for better coverups

 

 

How it works

 

 

Traditional or common micro pigmentation or tattoo pigments are inorganic metal oxides such as iron oxides, carbon black, chromium oxide or titanium dioxide etc.

These micrometer-sized inorganic metal oxides are insoluble in water and most organic solvents, which is why they won’t break down in the body.

The ink particles are implanted into the second (dermal) layer of skin. The cells of the dermis are remarkably stable, so the tattoo's ink last, with minor fading and dispersion, for your entire life.

 

 

Rejuvi Tattoo Removal System consists of alkaline earth metal oxides and transitional metal oxides (in the similar particle size range as the tattoo pigments) in a special formula (Suspension).

The metal oxides in Rejuvi Tattoo Removal System have very similar physico-chemical properties to tattoo pigments so that they have good chemical affinity or miscibility, which causes the tattoo pigments to merge gradually into a suspension with the Rejuvi Tattoo Remover. As the remover is also incompatible with the skin, the mixture of remover and captured ink is repelled or ejected to the skin surface.

 

Access to the pigments is gained by puncturing the skin with tattoo or micropigmentation equipment. (fig. 2)

 

The Rejuvi tattoo remover mixes with the tattoo pigments and bonds with them. (fig. 3)

 

The remover and captured pigment is ejected to the skin surface. (fig. 4)

  

As the skin heals over the following weeks the remover and pigments are ejected. Removing the unwanted tattoo pigments. (fig. 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 - Original

2 - Day of treatment

3 - After 1 treatment

4 - After 3 treatments

 

 

 

 Please note:

 

* As with any method of tattoo removal there are some risks in attempting to remove a tattoo, scar tissue may be evident on the original tattoo and can form from attempted removal. For more information on scarring please see the frequently asked section of the website and or relevant sections.

** Actual number of treatments required can vary depending on your individual circumstances and condition of original tattoo, complete removal cannot be guaranteed.

*** Treatment can only be carried by certified qualified professional.

 

 

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