Permanent make-up is more easily removed because pigments are applied to the outermost layer of skin, while tattoo ink goes deeper. The permanent make-up procedure involves the blending of several colours that react to different laser wavelengths, which is why the removal of even the lightest make-up could take several sessions.


Full removal of permanent make-up takes 2-4 sessions on average. The procedure's efficacy depends largely on the properties of the pigments used for the permanent make-up, the technician's technique and the client's immune system. Traditional blacks and dark blues are the easiest to remove while colourful pigments are the hardest to get rid of. Bearing this in mind, you should think carefully before opting for our EYE SHADOW lightly shaded contour, which uses multiple colours.


Laser removal of permanent make-up has become a very popular procedure in recent years. The service is offered by many salons, but not all of them are able to produce results that meets clients' expectations. There are also people who follow ever-changing fashion trends and wish to adjust their permanent make-up or to fully restore the original shape of their eyebrows. Permanent make-up and tattoo removal procedures are technologically similar.


Laser removal is the only clinically tested method that removes tattoos without leaving scar tissue behind. We use a Q-switched laser that emits short photoacoustic wave pulsations, leading to the fragmentation of the tattoo pigments in the skin. The procedure does not cause inflammation or scarring and does not affect the skin structure or hair growth.


The removal process involves the machine sending nanosecond pulses at specific wavelengths into the tattooed skin, creating lighter circles on the surface. Wavelengths are selectively absorbed in the pigment particles, leaving the surrounding tissue and the skin's pigment particles (such as melanin and haemoglobin) intact.






Full removal of a tattoo takes 5-8 sessions on average. The procedure's efficacy depends largely on the properties of the ink used for tattooing, the technician's technique and the client's immune system.



Tattoo and permanent make-up removal procedures are generally without any side effects and are safe for your health. However, the following must be taken into account. Following these instructions will ensure that your tattoo fades quickly and your skin fully recovers.


  • Do not undergo the procedure if you:

  • are under the influence of alcohol or drugs;

  • have a chronic illness;

  • have freshly tanned skin;

  • have a tumour or an oncological disease;

  • are pregnant or breastfeeding;

  • are prone to allergic reactions;

  • have a skin disease; or

  • have a viral disease (e.g. HIV, AIDS or hepatitis).

  • Keep the treated skin area clean after the procedure.

  • Avoid saunas, pools, the sea, spas and high water pressure on the area when you shower.

  • The permanent make-up removal procedure may darken the colour instead due to the properties of the pigments used. Darkened pigment particles will fade in the course of follow-up sessions, just like in the case of regular tattoo removal.

  • The treatment area may be a little swollen and red after the procedure. This indicates that the skin is reacting to the procedure, increasing the activity of the macrophages that remove the fragmented pigment particles. IMPORTANT! Keep the area cool using an ice pack and refrain from touching it without reason!

  • Do not pop any blisters that form on the area! They will heal on their own. Breaking them may lead to infection and unwanted complications.

  • Do not expose the area to direct sunlight for four weeks, so as to avoid hyperpigmentation.

  • The area does not require any special antiseptic treatment unless the redness/swelling has not receded after 24 hours.

  • Drink plenty of water to boost the functioning of your immune system. Massaging the surrounding area will improve blood circulation and speed up the fading process.



Booking a consultation prior to your procedure allows us to assess the age, size and location of your tattoo/permanent make-up, but also the pigments used, their depth in your skin, the density of the pigment particles, the existence of scar tissue in the treatment area and your health status.

During the days and weeks following the laser treatment, white blood cells remove the fragmented pigment particles from the body through the lymphatic system, causing the tattoo to fade. Repeated treatments will destroy any remaining colour particles, removing the pigment from the skin completely. You must wait at least a month before repeating the procedure. Traditional blacks and dark blues are the easiest to remove while colourful tattoos are the hardest to get rid of.


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