Rejuvi tattoo remover is intended for use only by experienced and competent tattoo and permanent micro pigmentation artists. Incorrect use may result in undesirable results including lack of pigment removal or permanent scarring.

Rejuvi tattoo remover is most effective in use with commonly used oxide based inks, it has also been found to be very effective against Indian ink (home made tattoos) however the remover is less effective against new polymer based inks or unusual or amateur ink formulations such as plastics or other soild materials.

Usage.

  • Can be used to completely remove body tattoos and semi-permanent cosmetics.
  • Can be used to selectivley remove parts of tattoos.
  • Can be used to produce negative artwork in solid colour areas.
  • Can be used before or after other removal methods with good sucess.
  • Can be used to lighten tattoo pigments for more cover up options.
  • Can be re-tattooed over.
  • Can be applied during tattoo process for immediate reversal.
  • Can be used to remove radiotherapy marks.
  • Suitable for professional and ametur tattoos.
  • Non colour selective.
  • Low risk

Equipment.
The Rejuvi tattoo remover is suitable with some adaptation for any equipment that is capable of puncturing to a normal tattoo depth typically between 0.5mm to 2mm depending on the area of the body. When introducing the remover you should be intending to cause the least amount of possible damage to the skin and without working the skin excessively or at greater depth than normal. Due to the abrasive qualities of the remover it is not possible to work the remover as much as a tattoo ink. For more information on equipment considerations please contact us.

Skin Types.
Skin type and condition can vary how or if the treatment should be performed. Asian and coloured skin can be more prone to keloid or hypertrophic scarring this method is not recommend if skin type 5-6 on the Fitzpatrick scale or if the customer easily suffers from this type of scar formation. Removal on coloured skin will also make the area quite pink for some months after the treatment. Elderly skin can be thinner and persons with poor health and diet may also experience longer healing times. Tattoo condition.
The eventual success of the treatment is largely dependent on the condition of the original tattoo. If the tattoo has bee applied poorly, there is scar tissue, or has been applied too deeply, had other removal attempts or any other unusual circumstances the eventual result may be affected.Shallow Depth.
A tattoo that has been applied at insufficient depth will fade over time and become progressively lighter until only certain deeper elements of the tattoo remain. Shallow depth tattoos should not present a significant problem.

Excessive Depth.
A tattoo that has been applied too deeply gives most cause for concern, if ink pigments are placed too deeply they begin to leech into surrounding fat cells in the dermis over time the tattoo will become blurred and unclear, there may also be some scarring evident. Complete removal may be difficult or high risk, as puncturing deep enough to extract the pigments carries a higher risk of scarring as there is much greater risk of damaging the skin cells responsible for repair. High Density and Cover-up Tattoos.
Some tattoos such as cover up tattoos or where solid bright colours were required may have high levels of ink content and may take additional treatments to obtain full removal.Scarring and Laser Removal.
Scarring from the original tattoo or from laser removal treatments can impact both the treatment and the healing process, if the scarring is from the original tattoo then it may be possible that the scar tissue may become heavier or that the scarring may be more visible once the ink is removed. Test on a small area and proceed with caution. Laser removal can cause subdermal scarring and permanently alter skin pigmentation, Laser can also alter the chemical properties of the ink pigments which make them respond less well, it cannot be estimated how a particular tattoo will respond without performing a treatment. Usually a good result cab be obtained.

Low Ink Density Tattoos.
Such as shallow depth tattoos (see above) or tattoo’s that have been faded through laser treatment can be more easily prone to overworking, do not become more aggressive than normal at treating these in an effort to see an immediate result. Apply the treatment as normal.Old vs Young Tattoos.
Tattoos of all ages can respond very differently, with a new tattoo the ink has less attachments to its surrounding skin tissue and therefore should technically be easier to remove, however as a tattoo ages some of the ink particles are ejected from the skin and some are broken down and removed by the bodies immune system, meaning that there may be less ink in an old tattoo to remove. Young tattoos are less likely to display problems with application such as fading or dispersion that can be more easily visible with older tattoos. The tattoo remover can also be applied during or immediately following a tattoo for removal should a client change their mind or there has been a misunderstanding of requirements. If a tattoo is new (i.e less than 12 weeks old) then removal should only be performed once the area has healed sufficiently, typically 12 weeks or greater.Amateur Tattoos.
In use the remover has proven to be highly effective on most typical home made tattoos, however difficulty can occur as ink depth can be highly variable, and some ink formulations may be unusual such as plastics and materials that are not very chemically compatible. Should an amateur tattoo not respond after a few treatments then it is advisable to discontinue treatment. Removal of these may be possible by surgical means only.

Tattoo Location.
Careful consideration should be given to the location of certain tattoos especially with the aftercare in mind. The crust that forms after treatment becomes very hard and can limit limb mobility and skin flexibility. Large tattoos or on joint areas must be allowed gaps in the treatment to allow flexibility. Some post treatment swelling can also occur (i.e it is not advisable to treat a full arm band in one treatment session). If suitable gaps are not left, the crust can pull on the skin and be unconfortable the crust can also crack and break and there is a great risk of infection. Areas that rub such as inner thigh, inner arm, ankles etc can also suffer from a higher infection risk.

Also the importance of keeping a tattoo dry through the aftercare process can be difficult in certain areas such as abdomen and lower back. Tattoo removal on the lower body, (below the waist), can exhibit more blood and plasma loss, more weeping and longer healing periods due to higher internal fluid pressures in the lower body. Regular elevation of these areas can greatly assist healing.Treatments Required.
The number of treatments can vary depending on the condition of the original tattoo, age type and history. As a general rule tattoos should usually be gone or significantly faded after around 3 to 4 treatments. However as no two tattoos are the same and circumstances can vary it can take less or more treatments to completely remove a tattoo. After the initial treatment a tattoo can sometimes become darker and more vivid. This is quite normal there are two reasons for this effect, during the removal pigment is not always fully ejected during the crusting process but can be moved upwards towards or into the epidermis, which may then be shed by the skins natural regrowth process over a period of months. Also with older tattoos the body protects itself from the foreign matter by coating it in cells, over time this gives the tattoo pigments a duller appearance. The treatment process can disturb this coating of cells causing the original ink to be more prominent. If a tattoo does not show any signs of reduction after 3-4 treatments then please contact us to discuss.

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