Tattoo Removal Hypertonic solution
By definition: Any solution with a higher salt concentration than normal body cells so that the water is drawn out of the cells by osmosis; any solution with a higher osmotic pressure than another solution.
This is the science behind the success of the product, pigment is not liquid in the body, it is carried into the body by the clear liquid you see in pigment bottles that sit for a few days. This gets absorbed by the body immediately when a tattoo needle makes a hole in the tissue and the clear liquid the (Carrier) brings the particles into the tissue. Then the white cells in our body attacks the pigment, if the body chemistry accepts the pigment it is sealed in microscopic scar tissue that you cannot feel or see in the dermis. If it is not accepted, it becomes an allergic reaction!
The hypertonic saline solution helps raise the dermis for about 12-24 hours. It also causes pressure on the tissue that contains the pigment and draws the cells that are scar tissue to release the pigment. As the raised dermis with open epidermis occurs, the blood coagulates and forms a scab that clings to these cells, thus removing them naturally without scaring. The problem most people do not understand is that pigment takes time to remove, the only way to get pigment out in one shot in most cases is to surgically remove the tissue.
There are many factors that will relate to the number of procedures it will take to remove the pigment. These are depth, type of pigment and tissue condition. You may see migration after removal. It was always there under the skin, you just raised it to a visible area of the tissue, pulling it up.