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How to remove microblading eyebrows at home?

Fading old Microblading can be done at home with the appropriate materials and methods. The most popular way to fade old Microblading is with a product containing glycolic acid, like a glycolic acid peel. Glycolic acid peels work by gently exfoliating away layers of skin which gradually lightens the pigment left from your Microblading session. Always do a patch test on an inconspicuous area before applying this peel over your eyebrows. Alternatively, you could also try fading the pigments with natural ingredients like lemon juice or sea salt by applying cotton swabs directly onto hairs in circular motion until pigment fades away.

It is essential to note that these methods may not always work and may require multiple sessions to fully fade your Microblading. If you feel uneasy doing it yourself, consider visiting a professional technician for safe and more effective fading options tailored for your skin type. They will assess which method will give you optimal results without causing additional harm.

If you have any queries or worries about fading old Microblading, it would be wise to speak with a qualified professional before trying any DIY treatments at home.

How to Fade Old Microblading At Home?

Safe Eyebrow Tattoo Removal Tips At Home

First, always talk with your Eyebrow Tattoo Artist to receive the support and advice you need about your new eyebrow tattoo, and talk with a medical doctor if you have any unusual reaction on your skin. Unfortunately, you cannot remove new eyebrow tattoos immediately or soon after eyebrow tattooing. However, there are some things you can do immediately to promote the safe fade of your new eyebrows while they heal.

A correction and removal are two options. These can be done after the skin has fully healed (typically between 4 to 6 weeks). Suppose you have decided that new eyebrow tattoos are not for you and a brow tattoo adjustment or brow tattoo removal is necessary. In that case, the following DIY Eyebrow Removal Tips at Home will help you speed up the process of fading your new brow tattoos.

1. Warm showers twice daily for five days.

Warm showers will stimulate the opening of your wounds. This will allow you to remove the pigments from any undesired eyebrow tattoos. Use your fingertips to massage your eyebrows in circular motions in the shower. After using a towel to dry your skin, use a clean, dry tissue to dry it gently.

2. Rosehip Seed Oil

Apply pure Rosehip Oil to both eyebrows for the next two weeks, three times per day, 1-2 drops on each. Use circular motions to massage the eyebrows. The oil promotes the gentle lifting of pigments beneath the skin’s surface. However, Rosehip Oil’s nourishing agents will help to heal your skin and reduce scarring tissue formation. Rub your skin with only organic products.

3. Sea Salt

For the next 10 days, mix 2 cotton pads with crushed organic sea salt and lukewarm water. Use this mixture to clean the eyebrows gently. Let it sit for a few minutes. Rinse with warm water. After rinsing, dry the skin with a clean towel. Be gentle with your skin. If your skin is too sensitive, don’t repeat the procedure.  

4. Retinol-based products

Retinol is effective in fading pigmentation and permanent makeup. It is a vital ingredient in the proliferation of skin cells. Also, it allows chemicals to penetrate deeper layers of skin. This allows for the development of new layers of skin.

5. Hydrogen Peroxide Paste

This pigmentation can be reversed by using hydrogen peroxide paste with baking soda or salt. Excellent results can be achieved by using hydrogen peroxide paste alongside baking soda or salt to fade Microblading. For best results, hydrogen peroxide must be applied within 24 to 72 hours of treatment.  

Conclusion

Fading old Microblading is an essential process for refreshing your brows. With the right product and method, you can lighten the pigments left from your previous sessions at home – but always remember to patch-test first! If you are not comfortable doing this yourself, visiting a professional technician is a much safer option, as they can assess which method would work best for your skin type.

How to Fade Old Microblading At Home?

Golden Pulse Clinic

At Golden Pulse Clinic we provide professional permanent makeup services including eyebrows Microblading( eyebrows tattooing), and Scalp Micropigmentation (Scalp Tattooing). We are in the heart of GTA and offer our services to Toronto, Richmond Hill, Markham, Vaughan as well as north of the Toronto including Newmarket, East Gwillimbury and Innisfil areas. Do not hesitate to contact us for any information or questions that you may have.

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Shohreh Nosrati

Shohreh Nosrati, a seasoned skincare specialist, founded the Golden Pulse Center back in 2014. With a wide array of certifications in the beauty industry, her expertise spans across laser services, medical facials, microneedling, microblading, and various permanent makeup techniques.

Shohreh is widely recognized as a certified international master trainer in the Scalp Micropigmentation technique. Her dedication to continuous learning underscores her commitment to delivering the highest level of care and service to her valued clients.

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6 Responses

    1. Dear Jane,
      To remove microblading, it’s best to consult an expert. Methods vary based on the case and may include laser removal, saline solution, or chemical tattoo removal.

    1. Seek professional assistance. Options for removal or correction depend on individual cases and may include laser removal, saline solution, or corrective tattooing.

  1. Help , my eyebrows have gone orange after one year with organic microblading . How can I fade the orange please

  2. I consulted so many people about removing my microblading eyebrows and no one has a answer to remove my microblading eyebrows. I don’t know were to turn.

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