There are currently a few different methods to removing tattoos:
Dermabrasion - The tattooed skin is "sanded away" by a physician with a special device. The top and middle layers of the skin that contain the old ink or pigment are removed. Can be painful and cause scarring.
Surgical Excision -A plastic surgeon will cut out the tattoo and stitches the edges of the skin back together.
Laser - Pulses of light are used to break up the old ink under the skin so the body's cells can 'eat it up'. Results vary depending on the type of laser and the wavelength used. Very few physicians would use this method for cosmetic tattoos due to the risks. Most popular for body tattoos. Can be costly and painful
Salt and Saline removal is different, it is a simple and safe method which uses a needle and the science of osmosis and equalisation to quite literally pull the pigments to the surface of the skin, the skin scabs and heals and the tattoo becomes lighter and lighter as the pigments or inks are drawn away. Lightening of the area being treated usually begins after the 2nd or 3rd session, but it could take many sessions to completely remove some tattoos.
For the removal of ill placed eyebrows the object would be to lighten the area enough to be able to replace and re draw. When eyebrows have been tattooed with black , or a dark pigment which has healed extremely cool (grey or mauve), this process can’t guarantee complete removal.
Prices - POA - the area but would be assessed accordingly at consultation and a price given.
Salt and Saline removal is only recommended for small areas, whether this be a body tattoo or eyebrows. Large areas of body tattoo would need to be lasered.