Hand Method Tatoo Removal 1st sess.
Hand Method Removal:
A small amount of TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) Peel 25% will be mixed with Peroxide and calamine product. The peel will make your skin turn red, sting and frost, this is Normal. The frosting is a marker for Dermatologist and Estheticians to see how well the peel application is working. The white frosting can last anywhere from a couple of hours to 1 or 2 days. You will want the frosting, this pull deposited pigments to the surface of the skin, your epidermis layer. During the healing session it will form a thin layer of skin ready to flake off with deposited pigment. Multiple sessions are required to have the desire results.
Risks: This is a simple procedure, but we want to inform you of the risks. At any time we break into your skin there’s always the risk of injury, scarring, and infection. The treated areas may be pink or pale after the scab separates. Scarring, which can be hypertrophic or even keloid, can occur but is exceptionally rare. Reduced or excess skin pigment in the treated area can occur and is temporary except in very rare cases. Healing is usually complete within 4 weeks, although this may vary. Excessive Redness, Swelling, Discomfort, Skin wound, Scarring, Pigment changes (hyper/Hypopigmentation) Bruising, and infections. Tanning should be avoided for the next 2-3weeks. Hand Method removal causes your skin to be photosensitized for 48 hours after each treatment. You must avoid sunlight. Failure to do so will result in significant redness and swelling, and may increase the rare risk of disfiguring, and complications like scarring, or pigment changes.
If you are on Differin, Retin-A, Currently using Accutane, pregnant, Nursing-lactating, history of keloid, Chemotherapy, HIV positive, Have AIDS, you can not do laser or Hand Method removal.
Please remember our 72 hour policy.
$500 · 1 hour 30 minutes