Nanoremoval

Nanoremoval technique is very soft, which means we have less damage to the skin, less irritation and faster results with no scarring.

Nanoremoval treatments starts working almost immediately drawing the unwanted ink upward out of the skin. The main ingredient in nanoremoval is glycolic acid, with its high penetration combined with the pendulum technique and the simplicity master machine it pulls the pigment out of the skin.

A few days after the treatment a scab will form containing the unwanted pigment, whilst the skin is healing even more unwanted pigment will form another scab. It is very important not to remove the scab as your skin will be still in the regeneration process underneath the scab and should not be exposed. It is very important not to get your brows wet during this time.

Nanoremoval Aftercare

It is extremely important to strictly follow all the advice given to you after your Nanoremoval procedure.

  • Keep the scab area DRY for 7-10 days post treatment
  • Use phi Asept Wipes for removal of lymph and disinfection of the area for 48hours post treatment if necessary. Sterile cotton pads can be used either.
  • DO NOT apply any make up or skincare to the treated area for 10-14 days (until scab is gone).
  • DO NOT PEEL OFF THE SCAB. Allow it to fall of naturally.
  • DO NOT EXERCISE for at least 7 days.
  • You must avoid the sun and solariums for months after the treatment.
  • Avoid swimming, saunas and spas for two weeks post nanoremoval.
  • Avoid any massages for a week post treatment
  • It is very important to use a barrier to protect the skin. When the first crust is gone use Skin Candy Sweat and Sun protection. Since chemical peels can stimulate melanin activity you don’t want to end up with hyperpigmentation or brown spots post peel.
  • When the first crust is gone you’re exposing vulnerable immature cells. Always wear an SPF on your face and neck.
  • Remember the thick crust is a protective layer to your skin. ALWAYS KEEP IT DRY.
  • Workouts and sweating will dampen the crust and may cause infection.
  • Forcibly removing the crust will disturb the newly constituting skin and may cause scarring.
  • Do not scratch the treatment area.
  • Avoid any friction from pillows or clothing.
  • Keep a record with daily pictures.