A tattoo lasts forever… until now. Those who have lived with tatted regret have a new option to safely remove their unwanted ink with ease utilizing the all-new Eclipse Reverse™ for tattoo removal. This revolutionary product out performs all the standard creams, lasers, and dermabrasion.
For many, those old-school techniques presented considerable downsides, such as expense and scarring to concerns about what happens to the ink after a treatment. Of the 45 million people who have tattoos, nearly 20 percent state regretting one or more of their tattoos and want to remove the ink. The key is finding a safe, effective and affordable solution.
The Eclipse Reverse™ is the answer. The pen utilizes the Mechanized Epidermal Tattoo Removal (METR™) technique which delivers superior results compared to many of the existing tattoo removal options. Unwanted ink is erased using natural products and a specially trained process similar to reverse tattoo methods. The Eclipse MicroPen TR™ technology dissolves the ink and lifts it from the skin. Unlike other removal methods, this technique can help minimize lymphatic exposure. This has become more of a concern with the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) questioning the safety of some tattoo inks.
Does Eclipse Reverse™ work on all tattoos?
Yes, utilizing the METR™ removal technique, the pen targets all colors, ages, sizes, and styles of tattoo. Only natural products are used for the METR tattoo ink removal process.
What is METR?
The METR (Mechanized Epidermal Tattoo Removal) is a highly effective system for removing tattoos and semi-permanent make-up. The procedure is performed by trained professionals in a medical environment under the supervision of a physician.
What happens to the ink?
METR technique causes the tattoo pigment to rise to the surface during the healing process in the form of scabs. In approximately two-weeks, the scabs will fall off along with the ink?
How large of an area can be treated during a typical session?
It's recommended that the treatment area should be no larger than 6"x6".
How often can I be treated?
The treated areas need time to recover before addressing an adjacent zone. It's recommended to wait 8 weeks depending on your individual body's healing process.
Can I remove more than one tattoo at a time?
Several small tattoos can be treated at the same time. Ask your provider for details.
How many ink removal sessions do I need?
An entire tattoo is not treated in a single session. It is treated in segments to allow the area to heal correctly and reduce the risk of scarring. The process is repeated until the entire tattoo has been removed. During your consultation, your practitioner will estimate the number of required treatments.
Is the MicroPen TR™ process more affordable than lasers?
The Micropen TR™ tattoo removal process is typically less expensive and requires fewer sessions.