+ 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.
Angel Removal removes all colors and all pigments in the market.
The active ingredients in Angel Removal are the acids from antioxidant fruits such as rice, cocoa, and wheat, among others.
The first removal solutions in the market used acids from metals, which are highly aggressive to the skin. In the case of Angel Removal, the acids it carries are from fermented fruit and they work as a chemical peel.
The other ways to eliminate the tattoo on a dermatological level may leave unwanted traces such as pigment spots or scars. With Angel Removal we can remove up to 99% of the pigment from the skin. One of the advantage 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.
With this method we can eliminate the pigment from different levels of the skin. Angel Removal is a very safe method, however its application requires professional training.
The pigment’s nature and the depth at which it is placed are key factors to determine the number of sessions that need to be performed.
If the pigment is in the Epidermis or in the first layer of the dermis, it can be removed in 1 to 3 sessions. If it is in the lower part of the dermis, it is possible to remove 99% of it, but it may require more than 8 sessions.
Angel Removal is the first removal product designed specifically for eyebrows.
The pigment then comes out in two ways:
- Bringing the pigment to the surface A chemical process is carried out at the Epidermis level. When the molecules of the removal solution meet the pigment particles that are found between the layers of the skin, it breaks the collagen capsules, binds with the pigment, and brings it to the surface.
- Pigment particles are transported deeper into the Dermis and Hypodermis layers of the skin and are absorbed into the lymphatic system and subsequently eliminated from the body through sweat, urine and tears.
Do not expect to see significant amounts of pigment coming out of the surface of the skin during the treatment. The pigment comes out in small quantities over several days, a large amount of which comes out during the aftercare portion of the process. Pigment may still be leaving the body up to 30 days after the removal treatment. Obviously, the portion of the pigment eliminated through the Lymphatic system is not visible at all.
If the pigment was originally placed at a shallow depth, one session will probably be sufficient. In other cases, the treatment is repeated 1 to 9 times.