Tattoo removal for body tattoos and permanent cosmetics.
e-raze tattoo removal utilises a specially designed inorganic chemical remover developed by Rejuvi Laboratory California which is applied in the same method as the original tattoo, it’s designed to draw the tattoo pigment out of the skin, removing the unwanted tattoo.
Rejuvi tattoo remover can only be applied by an experienced tattoo or micropigmentation artist, it is not suitable for home tattoo removal use, it is not a DIY fade product.
A body tattoo can be removed on average in around three to four treatments, but this may vary depending on your individual circumstances and condition of original tattoo. Permanent makeup can usually be removed in a single treatment but again, may vary. e-raze tattoo removal is equally effective on all tattoo colours and is effective on both professionally applied and most home made tattoos.
Tattoo removal Treatments are spaced at 8-12 week intervals and larger tattoos may have to be divided into sections for subsequent treatment.
The formula then forms into a thicker substance which the skin easily pushes out taking the captured tattoo ink with it. A number of treatments are normally required to completely remove a tattoo. After the treatment course is finished the skin should return to its natural state over a period of months*. There are numerous benifits to this method of removal compared to other methods. for more detailed technical information on the remover click here.
The e-raze treatment is 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, including effective removal of all tattoo colours.
The e-raze system is suitable and effective on both professional, home made tattoos and permanent make-up and on most areas of the body apart from sensitive areas near the eyes or areas where high levels of moisture occur (where special aftercare considerations may be required). The treatment is not colour selective (unlike laser) and acts on all colour pigments equally.
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. Thus 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!
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a home applied treatment to fade your tattoo.
a skin coloured cover up tattoo.
an acid or bleach based fading treatment.
a medical or surgical treatment.
Lower costs – less treatments makes removal more economical than other methods.
Faster non surgical method – less treatments also means faster removal.
Not colour selective – all tattoo colours respond equally, Reds – Green – Blue – Yellow etc.
Potentially less scarring – The skin is still able to tan normally and hair growth remains unchanged.
Can be used to lighten tattoos for better coverups.