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A digital machine, which holds a single tiny needle, is used to implant pigment into the skin. This technique is gentler on older skin, lasts longer, is less invasive, and is less traumatic to the skin compared to microblading.
A hand tool, which holds multiple tiny needles, is used to implant pigment into the skin.
A hand tool, which holds tiny needles, is used to inject saline solution into the skin. The saline solution, through a process call osmosis, causes the pigment to slowly rise to the surface of the skin and is removed through exfoliation. This process could take up to 8 weeks.