- used for permanent makeup removal
- 10 ml
Capacity: 10 ml
Use: removing permanent make up
Ingredients: Polyglyceryl-4 Coprate, Glycerin, Propanediol
The Quantum Remover is a product dedicated to remove the remains of old permanent make-up and microblading. It also facilitates removing fresh mistakes during the pigmentation - it’s an alternative for ND yag: q-switch laser procedures.
The Remover is available in the Quantum online store. It’s a very gentle remover and it is ideal for remains and soft shades of old make-up (salmon colour, delicate shades of graphite or green). It’s perfect to remove an old lip pigment, too (pigmentation outside the red of the lip), a white pigment and beige shades of pigments. It can be used also during a procedure when pigmentation of a line is too deep or a segment is pigmented too strongly.
How to use:
The Remover is a product dedicated to professionals. It’s not dedicated for personal use to remove an unsatisfactory result of permanent make-up.
We perform a Remover procedure with an 1RL needle, just like during the pigmentation (instead of a pigment, we use the Remover). The area that is supposed to undergo a removing procedure should be numbed before the procedure (during the procedure we don’t numb the skin). We pour the Remover into a cup. It’s a watery product so it’s necessary to work with a needle pulled out to 1.8 mm - 2 mm.We work in segments, our movement shouldn’t be chaotic or rapid. Despite gentle work during the procedure, a bigger amount of blood will appear - there’s no reason to panic. When we remove the pigment, we avoid working for too long. Old pigmentation cannot be removed during one session. There should be a 6 weeks space before procedures. Dry healing for 5 days after the procedure (the skin should be wiped twice a day and cleaned with boiled or mineral water or an injection fluid), on the 5th day we can include moisturizing with care products like, for example, Bepanthen - we apply a thin layer and before applying a new one, we clean the skin thoroughly.
The scab should fall off by itself, it shouldn’t be scratched.
Intense, deeply pigmented prison tattoos should be removed with a laser. It’s necessary to remember that one procedure will not be enough and the Client has to be aware of that from the beginning to avoid misunderstanding later on.
Procedures don’t exclude the Client from their everyday life - the area od the procedure looks lighter instantly but it’s not the final effect of removal.
The skin around the area of the procedure may be reddened and the Client might feel some discomfort. Additionally, there might be some slight swelling.
Even though the Remover is not acidic, it shouldn’t be used close to the eye (water line), so when we remove the eyeliner, we remove it only in the corner of an eye (the line outside the water line), not the eyelash area!