Microblading removal using a PicoSure laser is a popular method for removing unwanted or improperly done microbladed eyebrows. Pico laser technology uses ultra-short bursts of laser energy to target and break down the pigment particles in the skin, making it easier for the body to naturally eliminate them.
During the procedure, our laser technician will use a specialized handpiece that emits the laser energy onto the targeted area. The high-intensity laser pulses are absorbed by the pigments, causing them to shatter into tiny fragments. These fragmented pigments are then processed and eliminated by the body's lymphatic system over time.
It is important to note that multiple sessions are usually required to achieve the desired results. The number of sessions needed can vary depending on the intensity and depth of the original microblading, as well as individual factors such as skin type and pigment type.
After the treatment, some temporary side effects such as redness, swelling, and scabbing may occur, but they usually subside within a few days. It is crucial to follow any post-treatment care instructions provided by the laser technician to ensure proper healing and minimize the risk of complications.
The Benefits of Picosure
Fast treatment time – Picosure laser uses ultra-short pulses of energy, which means that the treatment is faster than other laser removal methods. It can take as little as 2-4 sessions to remove microblading pigment.
Effectively breaks down pigment – the laser is particularly effective for removing stubborn colors like red, brown, yellow, and orange. It also treats black and blue ink.
Minimal discomfort – shorter pulses of energy, means there is a less likely chance your skin will become irritated or inflamed during the treatment.
Safe for all skin types – Picosure is less likely to cause hyperpigmentation, which is a common concern with other laser hair removal options.
If you are considering microblading removal using a pico laser, it is recommended to consult with a qualified and experienced laser technician or dermatologist. They will evaluate your specific case and provide you with personalized advice and treatment plan.