Semi-Permanent makeup FAQS

There is no difference. Both names are used to describe the same thing. The process is inserting pigment into a layer of the skin called the dermis. They disperse over a long period of time but are still considered permanent or semi-permanent makeup procedures.

We recommend some colours, but the overall decision is yours. We always draw the shape and show colour before we start with the permanent ink.

Yes, it is. We follow the strictest hygiene, health and safety standards. We are certified by one of the leading SPMU clinics in the world. We follow guidelines and of course, we implement all of our health and safety practices across the whole studio

Each needle is already packed and is only used once. When used the needle is disposed of in an environmentally safe way. We also use a sterile film which helps to protect our equipment from micro-organisms and bacteria. The film is also disposed of after each session

Some customers have said they felt mild discomfort. Most women compare our eyebrow treatments with plucking eyebrows and feel a little discomfort. Many customers believe that years of appearance with perfect makeup and carefree results far outweigh any temporary discomfort.

The treatment appointment time is 30 to 60 minutes, the consultation time is 15 minutes, and the skin patch test time is about 30 minutes. A typical 60-minute treatment appointment includes 10 to 15 minutes of consultation, 30 to 45 minutes of procedures, and 5 minutes of post-care guidance.

Aggysink has does not include a microblading service as it has been shown to scar skin when implemented on the eyebrow. Instead, we choose to use a Hairstroke technique which simulates the microblading technique with none of the scarring issues.

Tattoo Removal FAQS

We use the Rejuvi tattoo removal process

Rejuvi tattoo removal work in a similar way to a conventional tattoo machine would. The needle penetrates the skin and injects the Rejuvi cream into the skin

Rejuvi has been known to work in one single session but typically 3-4 sessions are required for tattoo removal. This all depends on the individual and tattoo.

Typically, laser treatment can take double the amount of time than the Rejuvi procedure. This cuts time and costs

There have been no side effects documented since the procedure was created in 2010. The only effect might be some redness whilst the tattoo is being removed but will fade after a few months.

Unlike laser tattoo removal this procedure removes all pigments. There is an over 92% success rate for the removal of all tattoo pigments.

Yes, you can remove all types of permanent makeup and tattoos.

You will start seeing the results after the first session. A crust will form within the first 6-12 hours. This crust must be left on until it naturally falls off. This usually takes from 10-14 days.

Unlike laser tattoo removal this procedure removes all pigments. There is an over 92% success rate for the removal of all tattoo pigments.

Rejuvi has less chance of scarring than laser treatment. In laser tattoo removal treatment there is a 43% chance of scarring whilst Rejuvi has a small 3% chance of scarring

Medical Tattoo FAQS

Medical Tattooing is a technique used to visually recreate the look of skin. Using a micropigmentation procedure, coloured pigment is used to create a realistic representation of the skin.

Previous clients have felt some minor discomfort, and some have felt nothing. When necessary, we can use a numbing agent to control sensitivity.

Yes, Medical tattooing is for all skin tones. We use mixed pigments to recreate your exact skin colour.

There are rarely any complications with medical tattoos, but there can be. Sometimes a risk of hyperpigmentation in darker skin tones. Stimulation from the needle under the skin can cause the melanin to surge which causes hyperpigmentation.

Medical tattooing is used to treat various issues, including loss of colour and lack of definition and such things as scarring, skin occurrences, nipple/ areola lack of colour, definition and colour of lips and eyebrows

Medical tattooing cannot be used to lighten skin. Examples are things like moles, birthmarks that are darker than surrounding skin, liver spots. Medical tattoos cannot treat scars that have not been fully healed or keloid scarring. These are some of the examples. If you are not sure if your issue can be treated, please send us a message using our booking form and include images and we will let you know what we can do.

Depending on the treatment, you may need to book in 2-4 sessions with a 4-10 week healing period between each session. We will make our assessment at the consultation where you will receive an accurate estimation as to how many sessions you will need for the procedure to be completed.

Your medical tattoo can last between 1 to 5 years, but this really depends on how your skin retains the pigment. There are other contributing factors such as exposure to sunlight (UV rays), your immunity to pigment implementation. The number of treatments you have had, and the aftercare are especially important. Talk to our consultants to find out more information. Using sunscreen can help the pigment to last longer. Make sure the product you purchase does not include glycolic acids or retinol (Vitamin A) as these can fade the pigment.

Our Advisors will give you all the information you need at your consultation and during the treatment. We have some general aftercare advice to help with the healing and lasting effects. It is important you do not get any sort of moisture including sweat or steam over the treated area for the first 48 hours. This means no showering.

You must avoid swimming, going into a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room or any gym sessions after your treatment, especially within the first 10 days.

Try to keep any dressing on for the first 48 hours. Once the dressing has been taken off try to leave exposed to air as much as possible.

Once the medical tattoo has healed do not expose to direct sunlight for a minimum of 3 months