How Does It Work?
When Rejuvi Tattoo Removal formula is in good physical contact with tattoo pigments in the skin, the pigments gradually merge into Rejuvi Tattoo Remover formula. Rejuvi Tattoo Remover is specially formulated not to remain in the skin so that the skin repels or ejects the mixture to the skin surface to form a protective scab or crust, which will detach naturally peeling off from the skin.
What Can Rejuvi Technique Do?
This technique can be used for removal of tattooed eyebrows, lips or body tattoos.
What is Rejuvi Tattoo Remover?
Rejuvi Tattoo Removal technique was developed in early 1990’s and was introduced U.S. market in mid 1990’s . There have been some competitive products in recent several years. However, Rejuvi Tattoo Removal technique is still the most effective and leading Non-laser method available on the market today. This technique has penetrated into more than 60 countries around the world with great publicity.
How To Take Care After Removal Application?
There will be a brownish layer of Rejuvi Tattoo Remover remaining on the treated area. Keep this layer from any water contact for 60-72 hours. Thereafter, slight water contact (shower for a few minutes) is okay. Gently pat dry with a cotton pad then natural air dry. No soaking, no bath, no swimming, no direct water to the treated area. A dark scab or crust will form gradually due to pigments merging into the Rejuvi Tattoo Remover. A scab usually naturally peels off in 10-15 days for removal of permanent makeup and 15-25 days for removal of body tattoos depending upon individual condition. Avoid forcing or rubbing off of the scab. After a scab peels off, Rejuvi Super Soothing Cream should be applied twice a day (immediately after washing) to diminish redness and help skin’s recovery. The treated skin will gradually heal and return to normal condition. A complete treatment recovery usually takes 2-3 months for removal of permanent makeup and 3-6 months even longer for removal of body tattoos.
How Many Treatment Sessions Will Be Needed?
Usually only one treatment is needed to remove permanent makeup (eyebrows or lips) because the pigments are located not so deep in the skin. For a body tattoo, the number of treatments can vary. Usually 3-7 treatment sessions are needed because pigments are significantly deeper in the skin and scarring risk must be minimized. The interval between two sessions is 2-3 months. A large tattoo may be divided into several small sections for removal to minimize discomfort after treatment.
What Is The Advantage Of This Treatment?
- Non-color Selective (any color can be removed)
- Relatively independent of pigment particle size
- Simple, effective and less scarring
- Quick – usually takes less than an hour to remove permanent makeup or small tattoos
- Far less expensive compared with laser methods
- Much less pain or discomfort compared with laser methods, particularly for removal of permanent makeup on facial area
- Very compatible to permanent makeup artists and tattoo artists.
What Are The Precautions?
Hypertrophic scarring (keloid) is a possible side effect for removal of tattoos and should be minimized. This can be avoided when done by a trained professional who uses the proper technique.
When is next Training?
Scheduled upon request, call to register 440-214-0374