Scalpa offers the best interactive online training for PMU application but what about clients looking to remove their permanent makeup pigment? We paired our high-quality tools and formulas with trial and knowledge to create a removal kit and training course for you to learn proper PMU Removal treatment.
The first step of Scalpa PMU Removal treatment is similar to the process of traditional tattooing but instead of applying the pigment you will be removing it using the Scalpa Machine and Scalpa Saline Solution. This will puncture the top layer of skin, opening the area. Scalpa Salt paste is then applied to the area, drawing the pigment to the skin’s surface for removal of ink.
You can treat up to a 4-by-4-inch area in one sitting. Clients should expect one to four procedures before they see desired results. With this method of PMU removal, clients can expect the tattoo to become lighter, but a full removal should not be expected in all cases. The skin can be re-tattooed after the treatment area heals.
Scalpa Numb is a pre-numbing solution that you will leave on the client 15 to 20 minutes prior to procedure. This will ensure that patients with sensitivity will feel minimal pain throughout the process. This is only to be used before treatment and should not be applied once the skin has been broken. Place a generous amount of numb on the patient and cover with Scalpa Patch to lock in the product. After applying Numb you will be ready to begin you procedure with Saline.
The Scalpa Pen is designed to deliver high-quality scalp micropigmentation procedures as its primary function. The Scalpa Pen has a stroke length of 4.2mm. This longer stroke enables the technician to deposit more ink into the scalp while still only penetrating the outer layer of skin. This technique results in less fading, a fresher look and creating a follicle replication to appear realistic.Make each SMP or Brow procedure run smoother and get better results with the Scalpa Machine! The Scalpa machine is extremely comfortable to use and is less likely to cause discomfort, shaky hands and cramping which is often associated with SPMU machines when used for long durations of time.