Using saline removal solution the goal is to create a superficial controlled scab. It is the body’s natural healing process that removes or lightens the pigment when the scab falls off.

Suggested storage: Cool place and if possible refrigeration is recommended.

This product is for trained and licensed professionals only and results may vary depending on equipment, needles and techniques used.



The area should be washed and cleaned with antibacterial soap prior to starting the procedure.

No more than one square inch area should be tattooed with the solution in ANY session.

Shake and pour required amount into a sterile ink cup. Suck up the solution and apply to the area being removed.

For coil machine operators, it is recommended that round shader needle configurations be used during the procedure, using oval techniques.

Rotary machine operators should also use round shader needle configurations or the largest round configuration available for the rotary pen machine.

No more than four complete passes should be attempted; the tattooed area will look red and will bleed. If at any time any part of the epidermis skin breaks the procedure should be stopped.

Once the blood has started to form a scab, the area should be covered with a sterile gauze for 30 minutes and then remove permanently.

Customer is required to keep area clean and open to the air and DO NOT SOAK the area in water. Bathing should be conducted as normal, but do not let the area stay wet for more than a few minutes. (Plasters can be used)

Make sure customer does NOT disrupt the scabbing process (i.e. no picking, scratching, etc). It should fall off naturally.

Do not attempt another session for at least 30 days.

It is recommended the customer continually rubs vitamin E on the area every day 2 x per day between sessions, after the scab falls off.

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