What is Angel Removal?
Angel Removal is a safe, manual technique, designed to remove tattoo pigment from the skin; in particular, pigment from PMU treatments, using a simple 3 step process. The active ingredients are the acids from antioxidant fruits such as rice, cocoa, and wheat, among others. It can remove up to 99% of the pigment from the skin. It can remove all colors and all pigments in the market. One of the advantages of Angel Removal is that acid fruits are photo protectors, which means that they protect the skin from the appearance of sunspots in addition to the advantage of removing pigment spots. Acid fruits work as a chemical peel.
What is Angel Removal?
The first tattoo removal product designed specifically for eyebrows, Angel Removal is a safe, manual technique, designed to remove tattoo pigment from the skin, using a simple 3 step process that is easy to learn!
Here are several benefits:
- Clients can put makeup on after 24 hours.
- Great for partial removals
- Little to no scabbing.
- Removes all colors and all pigments on the market.
- Takes no more than 40 minutes per treatment.
- Can even be used DURING a PMU treatment to correct mistakes!
- Active ingredients are acids from antioxidant fruits
Who is Angel removal for?
Most potential clients today have had some form of PMU. Many of them require corrections or just simply want to remove their PMU and start again. Angel Removal gives you an amazing solution for this! How many clients do you see who could benefit from…
- Remove / fix poor quality previous PMU
- Eliminate or correct pigment that has changed color or migrated
- Remove / fix errors with the shape of PMU
- Reduce pigment saturation to perform a new PMU treatment
Lightening and/or removing unwanted pigment is a process and patience is required. This is true whether you are choosing a lightening product service or laser. Please be patient and give the process a fair chance to work. Expect visible and wanted results in 3 to 6 sessions. How many sessions needed will depend on how saturated the pigment is, how deep it was implanted and how much needs to be removed for the desired result. In many cases only a percentage of the density needs to be lightened/removed and then we can continue the correction process by color correcting. In those cases where we have pigment misplaced or in an unwanted area, color correcting will not be an option and removing as much of the pigment as possible will be our ultimate goal. Results cannot be foreseen, predicted or guaranteed.