TATTOO REMOVAL

We are proud to offer Li-FT Saline Tattoo removal!

If you are unhappy with your existing brow tattoo, Li-FT is a safe and highly effective pigment lightening solution that can lighten and remove pigment from the skin. LiFT is unique to other methods in that it uses a specialized formula of saline, salt, and fruit extracts. When applied under the skin it lifts pigment out of the underlying tissues through a process known as Osmosis. Most of the pigment will be released in the following days through external scabbing, however, some of the particles will be absorbed and removed through the body’s immune system. Li-FT is safe enough to remove areas as delicate as the eyebrows, but powerful enough to remove stubborn colors not removed by laser. Li-FT is effective on all skin types including darker skin tones. In most cases no scar tissue is left, and the skin appears to be healthy and can be tattooed again if desired.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?

 

The number of Li-FT treatments needed is based off your specific tattoo. Some contributing factors include: number of times the area was tattooed, age of tattoo, type of pigment used, and depth of the tattoo. Sessions should be scheduled a minimum of eight weeks apart to allow for proper healing and lightening. Most clients require 3 or more sessions spaced 8 weeks apart. Once the tattoo is lightened enough, coverup or corrective work can be done if desired.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

 

$175 / per session

Most require 3 or more sessions spaced 8 weeks apart to remove completely.

$225 / Emergency Removal

Only for clients who have had their brows tattooed within 48 hours. Emergency removal is very effective for removing pigment from freshly tattooed skin. Please contact gracerambeck@gmail.com with the subject line "EMERGENCY REMOVAL" for the quickest resp0nse.

 


CONTRAINDICATIONS
Candidates ineligible without exception:
 

Those under 18 years of age

Pregnant and lactating women

Epilepsy

Individuals with viral infections and/or diseases
The risk of developing an infection is higher in people with a compromised immune system.
Individuals with Lupus
The risk of developing an infection is higher in people with a compromised immune system. 
Individuals who have undergone organ transplant
The risk of developing an infection is higher in people with a compromised immune system. 
Individuals with skin conditions on or near the treatment area
Eczema, dermatitis, severe rosacea, psoriasis or other skin conditions may compromise the surface/texture of the skin.
Individuals that are prone to keloid scar (raised scarring)
Accutane (or other steroids)

Must be off for 1 year prior to treatment.

Candidates who require doctor's approval:

Chemotherapy
Diabtetes
High Blood Pressure
Individuals who are allergic to lidocaine