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  1. That some tattoo ink colours are harder to remove than others? By traditional methods, vibrant colours such as bright oranges, reds and greens are harder to remove than all black tattoo’s. Eliminink is not colour specific – it removes all tattoo colour evenly.

  2. That topical tattoo removal products on the market may significantly scar your skin

  3. That removing tattoo’s with lasers can result in permanent skin discoloration and scarring?

  4. That using a Laser to remove a tattoo is very painful

  5. EliminInk is Cynergy’s exclusive tattoo removal product! EliminInk™ Tattoo Remover is applied into tissue utilizing a technique similar to that used by the original tattoo or permanent makeup artist.

  6. Magnesium oxides and other ingredients in EliminInk™ “bind” to the iron oxides in the tattoo inks or color pigments in permanent makeup and safely lift them to the surface of the skin through oxidation.

  7. When using Eliminink Tm, a scab will form over the treated area that must be kept dry until it falls off naturally. Once the scab has fallen off, DermRenu™, a scar inhibitor, is to be applied topically to the treated area two to three times per day for up to eight weeks.

  8. DermRenu™, another revolutionary product developed by Cynergy™ must be used in conjunction with EliminInk™ during the tattoo removal process to reduce the chance of scarring. DermRenu™ can also be used quite successfully on its own to treat scar tissue and other skin blemishes! It is available for purchase from BindingBeauty. Micro-Pigmentation is also used to repigment the nipple-areola complex of the breast following a breast reconstruction procedure.

  9. Micro-Pigmentation is sometimes referred to as Permanent Makeup, or Cosmetic Tattooing The ingredients that make up the pigments used in Micro-Pigmentation are regulated by Health Canada's F.D.A. The ingredients that make up the pigments used in Micro-Pigmentation are regulated by Health Canada's F.D.A.

  10. Permanent Makeup Procedures are of a skin-invasive nature (as they are a form of tattoo)

  11. During Micro Pigmentation procedures, discomfort is managed with various topical anesthetics.

  12. Immediately following Permanent Make up procedures, the color will appear darker, but will soften and lighten during the healing process, which takes approximately a week or longer

  13. The healing time is different for each individual and for different procedures.

  14. That Permanent Makeup pigment sits on top of the skin (Epidermis) as well in a deeper layer of skin (Dermis). After approximately one week, you will only see the color that is in the Dermis layer of skin. It can take up to 6 weeks for the final color to stabilize.

  15. Documented allergic reactions to permanent makeup procedures are extremely rare. Documented allergic reactions to regular make-up products are very common.

  16. Health Canada has documented standards for a clean and sanitary working environment and sterile equipment. BindingBeauty goes beyond these standards, and offers complete cross-contamination protection using disposable barriers and single use equipment.

  17. At BindingBeauty, there is no cost for one touch up procedure (if required) following the main procedure.

  18. The initial procedure will take anywhere from 2 – 3 hours depending on the individual and what is being done.

  19. It is our policy to first do all design work with regular makeup, for your review and approval. Any changes are made at this stage, before any permanent makeup is applied.

  20. From March 1st – May 31st, 2010, all procedures at BindingBeauty done within this window will be discounted by 50%

  21. At BindingBeauty, we schedule only a limited number of clients per day, in order to give you individual and undivided attention, in a relaxed atmosphere.