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Laser tattoo removal for eyebrows is a process that uses laser technology to break down the pigments in tattoo ink, allowing the body to gradually eliminate the ink particles. It's important to note that tattoo removal on the eyebrows is a specialized procedure, and you should seek the guidance of a trained and experienced professional. Here are some general guidelines for aftercare and considerations regarding the number of sessions: ​












Aftercare: 1. **Keep the Area Clean:** Clean the treated area with mild soap and water, and gently pat it dry. Avoid harsh scrubbing. 2. **Apply an Antibiotic Ointment:** Use an antibiotic ointment or a specialized tattoo aftercare product to prevent infection and promote healing. 3. **Avoid Sun Exposure:** Protect the treated area from direct sunlight. If you must be outdoors, use sunscreen with a high SPF to prevent hyperpigmentation. 4. **Avoid Scratching or Picking:** Resist the temptation to scratch or pick at the treated area to prevent scarring and infection. 5. **Avoid Makeup on the Treated Area:** Refrain from applying makeup or skincare products to the treated area until it has fully healed. 6. **Cool Compresses:** If there is redness or swelling, you can use cool compresses to soothe the area. 7. **Follow Specific Instructions:** Your practitioner will provide specific aftercare instructions based on the type of laser used and your individual skin characteristics. Follow these instructions diligently. Number of Sessions: The number of sessions required for laser tattoo removal varies based on factors such as the size and color of the tattoo, the type of ink used, and individual skin characteristics. Eyebrow tattoos can be particularly challenging to remove due to the proximity to the eyes and the delicate nature of the skin in that area. On average, multiple sessions (often 6 to 10 or more) spaced several weeks apart (6-12 weeks) are needed to achieve significant fading or complete removal. The process is gradual, and the body needs time to eliminate the broken-down ink particles between sessions. It's crucial to have realistic expectations, as complete removal may not always be possible, and some residual pigmentation may remain. Consulting with a qualified and experienced practitioner will help determine the optimal treatment plan for your specific case. Always follow the aftercare instructions provided by your practitioner to ensure proper healing and minimize the risk of complications. If you have any concerns or notice unusual reactions, consult with your practitioner promptly.​Price 100£ per session

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