Tattoo & Permanent Make Up Removal
NO. 1 UK SPECIALIST FOR PMU REMOVAL
Do you have permanent make up that you need corrected, removed or lightened?
TRACIE GILES PROUDLY ANNOUNCED AS THE UK’S NO. 1 SPECIALIST CLINIC FOR PERMANENT MAKEUP REMOVAL
With Permanent Make Up now so widely available in the UK and with the industry being largely unregulated, we are increasingly seeing more and more clients coming to us for removal for work undertaken by other clinics and salons.
Most procedures that need to be corrected are a result of mineral pigments being placed into the skin by poorly skilled technicians. They have not been educated in the science of colour or placement and may not have carried out a detailed consultation with you, and this can produce unsightly results.
Tracie Giles and her team of world-class Technicians are highly regarded around the world and have over 25 years’ experience in all aspects of Permanent Make Up application and removal.
The team are able to advise and assist in the correction of Permanent Make Up disasters or PMU gone wrong, using various different methods depending on the skin type, area of the face, colour of the pigment/ink and depth of placement.
We believe that there is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to the lightening or removal of unwanted pigment and we will utilise whatever modality or method is judged to work the best for each individual case. Often several methods are used spread over a period of time and this will be explained before we start treatment.
If your particular problem PMU is something that we can help with, we will either aim to correct the existing work by performing a saline removal treatment or camouflaging and covering the previous make up using pigments. If we feel that it would be best for you to have the old tattoo removed, we will make an appointment for you to see our recommended laser specialist.
Tracie is very reassuring & reliable. She fully explains every aspect of the removal process. Today was my 2nd session and I’m very excited about the progress so far, which is much more than I’d hoped for. I had my eyeliner done in Australia in 1992 and I never imagined anything could be done to reduce the harsh look I’d been given. Only wish I’d found Tracie years ago.
Emma, Tracie Giles Client
WHAT ARE YOUR OPTIONS?
Within the Tracie Giles clinic we can offer a range of options using the finest products from all over the world including:
- Natural Saline Removal
- Gentle Acidic or Alkaline Removal sometimes with Micro-dermabrasion or Micro-Needling, sourced from UK, USA, France and Europe
The trick to successful PMU removal is not just in selecting the correct product and completing the procedure perfectly, but to also provide a flexible treatment plan that is bespoke for each client and responds to their skin and how to pigment reacts to removal.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE – LASER OR LIQUID REMOVAL?
The main differences between Laser and Liquid removal is that Laser fractionates and shatters the pigment into tiny pieces so that the Lymphatic System is able to flush it out through the natural excretion process of the body whereas liquid methods rely on coaxing the pigment out the same way as it entered, i.e. ‘through the skin’.
We will explain how each method works and agree the most appropriate method for you.
We understand the impact of having permanent make up that you now regret or which has not turned out the way you expected and how upsetting this can be. With such a wealth of skill and knowledge of all the different removal methods available, you will be in trusted and safe hands. It is important to note though that we cannot make any guarantees when it comes to PMU removal as every skin is different.
WHAT IS THE COST
Once your treatment plan has been agreed, your first treatment will be £200 with any subsequent treatments reducing in price. If you require 6 treatments, we offer 6 for the price of 5.
TO BOOK, CALL OUR TEAM TODAY ON
0207 584 1005
Please note: All Permanent Make Up and Tattoo Removal is done over several sessions regardless of which method is used. However, by having various treatment options we can work with optimum speed and efficacy whilst respecting the integrity and health of your skin. Sometimes complete removal is not possible.