At Underhill Creations we perform Aloor Non Laser Alkaline Remover for Microblading, Permanent Makeup & Tattoos is fast, highly effective, comfortable, gentle to the skin, minimally invasive and safe for all types. Aloor Alkaline Solution is the most gentle removal / lightening solution on the market and has an Alkaline level of 11 pH. The removal process always requires many sessions in order to achieve the desired result and the time between the sessions are a minimum of 6 weeks to 8 weeks.
The solution does not contain acid, salt or saline. Anesthetic is used during the treatment so it is very tolerable and might be performed without pain at all.
The Benefits of Alkaline Removal:
* Will not cause scars or inflammation
* Removes all colors
* Removes all pigment types
* Tattoo age does not matter
* Performed with machine or manual
Unlike all other removal treatments, when using alkaline removers, the probability of scarring or inflammation is possible only when the client violates the rules of care after the procedure or has scarring (visible or not) from pervious microblading or tattooing treatment.
Alkaline-based removers break down proteins, forming alkaline proteins. They act more slowly and penetrate into the tissues much deeper than acids and salts. Therefore, the work of a non-alkaline based remover is carried out on the surface of the skin, without unnecessary injury, but with greater efficiency than when the remover is operated on an acidic or salt basis.
Upon arrival, your brow technician will clean your skin and apply a topical anesthetic on your microbladed or tattoed skin to numb for about 20 minutes.
Once you are numb, the alkaline pigment removal solution is carefully implanted into the first layer of the epidermis similarly to the way a powder / shading microblading treatment is performed. The Zinc Oxide in the solution will attract all the oxides in the pigments under the skin, create a powerful chemical reaction and will push the pigment out of the skin. The deeper the pigment in the skin, the more passes and appointments it will take for the pigment to rise to the skin's surface.
The amount of passes done in a session will depend on your skin reaction and the pigment reaction to the solution. Based on your reaction, you may have 2 or 3 passes done in one session but no more than 3.
The light, top layer of pigment will be removed but if there is more pigment deeper in the skin, the Alkaline Solution will cause it to move closer to the surface of the skin and during the healing process, may look much darker again. if this happens...don't panic! Seeing darker pigment closer to the skin's surface is a good sign that the skin is pushing the pigment out and it can then be removed in the next session.
Sometimes dark pigment will fool the naked eye and look light on the skin. This is because the pigment was implanted very deep in the skin. The layers of skin between the pigment under the skin and the surface of the skin often mislead a client to think they don't have much pigment in their skin. The only way we will find out is when we begin the removal process and see how much pigment rises to the surface. If high grade microblading pigment was used and still appears very dark and visible on the skin 2 years after the original microblading procedure, we can assume that it was implanted too deeply.
If the pigment was implanted too deep, you will need more sessions to bring it closer to the surface of the skin to remove it completely.
If the pigment was implanted in the correct layer of the skin, you will need less removal sessions.
The bluer the color of the pigment on the skin, the more results you may see in your initial pigment removal session.
The lighter the color of the pigment on the skin, the more variation and possibility there is in the pigment removal process.
The Alkaline Solution does not burn or itch similar to saline osmosis and is not aggressive. If the solution gets on the skin or even into open wound, the skin will not be damaged or scarred as it would if you were using acid removal.
During your treatment, you brow technician will be opening the skin. After the treatment, scabs will quickly form from the opening of the skin and the chemical reaction. Remember: Scabbing is good! The thicker the scab, the more pigment it has attached to it. Do not scratch or pick at the scab and follow all aftercare instructions religiously.
After the scab falls off, the skin may look a little pink, this is ok; the skin is still in the healing process. When a new layer of the epidermis forms on the top layer of the wound, the redness will disappear.
No sooner than 4 weeks. The treatment can be repeated after the skin is fully healed with absolutely no evidence of scabbing. The ideal window of time to come back for another removal treatment is around 6 weeks.
We take all proper precautions for a safe session by using sterilized throw-away equipment in a sanitized environment. Should clients follow our pre and post care instructions, there should be minimal risks or complications . Although allergic reactions to the pigments are rare, it could be possible for certain individuals.
Yes, deposits are $50 and are non-refundable under any circumstances. This deposit will go towards the total cost of your procedure and must be paid within 48 hours of securing your booking.
Any date/time changes are acceptable so long as it’s done 48 Hours before your appointment.
Any cancellations will incur a loss of deposit and you will need to pay a new one if you want to book another appointment in the future, this also applies if a client simply does not show up for their appointment.
You are permitted one date change if more than 48 Hours notice is provided. Further date changes will incur a loss of deposit
I'm sorry, but due to the nature of our detailed services, we kindly request that you arrive unaccompanied to your appointment. We very strictly do not allow friends, boyfriends, hubbys children, and/or pets to accompany you into the studio. Underhill Creations is a sterile, sanitary environment where we need quiet, focused, still, undistracted time to preformed the procedure. Anyone else in the studio is a distraction and often causes technicians to run overtime.