How To: Tattoo Removal With Organic Material

In this tutorial, we explain the importance and sensitivity of lip pigmentation removal and try to explain why it’s important for the procedure to be done by a qualified expert. This video was provided by Mrs. Dina Taghavi. To receive our services or join our classes, please contact us at 09195256779.

Instructions:

Greetings. I’m Dina Taghavi and today I want to talk to you about organic lip pigmentation removal and its importance.

Lips are one of the most sensitive tissue surfaces of the body because it includes many delicate layers. This area is even more sensitive than eyelids and eyebrows. If you put the facial areas in order of their sensitivity, you’ll have to start with the lips, then eyes and then eyebrows. Because of this, the technician working on your lips during removal must have all the required expertise.

If however, the technician is not qualified in any way, they could damage your lips and you’ll end up with scar tissue, colloid, or color diffusion in the area. This is in no way a desirable outcome for the client. Don’t try to perform a complete removal in the first session unless you are perfectly sure of your ability to do so. I recommend going for a partial removal and waiting for three to six weeks to check and analyze the result before going for a second removal session.

It’s important to work in a sterile environment with products that do not contain high amounts of lactic acid and are mostly organic. Because these types of acidic products can cause different types of damage to the skin and you’ll end up with tissue damage.

What you see here is our model’s lips that we want to perform the removal. As you can see, the previous pigmentation is uneven and asymmetric. The pigmentation is also darker on some parts and lighter on others, which is not acceptable by any standard. We start performing the removal process using organic material.

Start by cleaning the area you want to work on, using suitable skin cleansers. This area is very sensitive and there should be no sign of pollution on this area prior to operation. Let the client see the sterile cartridge for their ease of mind and assurance.

During the removal, the speed, depth of penetration and movement speed of your hand should be completely adjusted to the requirements otherwise, you might leave scars. At this point, you can see the first signs of pigmentation removal. As we move on further, we can see more and more pigmentation removal. Since we are using organic material, and we are sure this is a safe removal method,
We are going to add the product to the area we scratched using the pigmentation tool and wait for two to three minutes. This will help with the pigmentation removal process.

This is not advised for all types of removal since in some of them the product used contains acidic substances and can lead to tissue damage. Here you can see the last stage of pigmentation removal from the lips. We continue this process as long as the tissue can take it. Be careful where you work, because if this method is applied to places where there are no pigmentation applied, you could end up with color diffusion. This is very rare during this process and usually occurs using products with high lactic acid levels.

There are no anesthetics required during this operation and the material is completely organic. Pregnant and lactating women can also undergo this process. Even people with colloid formation tendencies or allergies can use this method. The tendance procedures for this process includes avoiding water in the area for seven days. Exposure to direct sunlight, using cosmetic products and anything with too much pepper should also be avoided. After the tissue starts to heal, you have to start using skin repair products. For dry skin, you should also use moisturizers.

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