Also correction attempts (so-called CoverUp’s) fail in most cases. First, you can not correct the gray-blue blurry lines to look natural and beautiful. It will just look “dirty” and the old pigmentation will always “look through”. And secondly, the cuts / scars open in the correction attempts as well as during laser removal, which can further traumatize the skin.
We observe these sad developments in our institutes for a few years now and know very well how difficult it is to gently remove malicious microblading. Our observations, experiences and research have led to the following conclusions and advice:
1. Do not attempt to remove scarred microblading with a laser. The risk of internal burns, color changes and other scarring is too big.
2. Any correction is only useful if the microblading is very pale and not accompanied by scars. If it is too dark / too deep, it should first be removed or lightened.
3. The most effective and safest method of removing microblading at present is the removal of pigments through skin surface without severe trauma to the cuts / scars.
In the BeautyCase Academy we developed a special method for the removal of failed microblading. The unique removal technique with the innovative PigmentOff-Remover allows the stabilized pigments to be gently brought to the skin surface without reopening the cuts. The special home care products accompany the subsequent healing and support the skin regeneration.
And the best news: the scarred skin tissue becomes smoother and softer so that after regeneration time, minimal or no microblading effects are seen, which is so important to so many clients who want to get rid of it.