Award-Winning Permanent Makeup Removal

By industry leading specialists

30+ years experience

Remove or correct a bad treatment – Permanent Makeup Removal and Correction by the experts

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Our permanent makeup removal and correction system extracts pigment in a very gentle and natural way.

The client in the slideshow opted for a cheaper treatment elsewhere and somehow managed to have multiple brow lines tattooed using inferior pigments that turn green and blue over time.

We removed the pigment over several sessions and in the final two sessions, we reapplied the eyebrows in the correct position and shape. The client was overjoyed with the results.

Why us?

Safer and superior results – remove and correct any pigment

We are international micropigmentation specialists based in Dubai with over 30 years of experience performing and teaching micropigmentation techniques to the highest industry standards.

All treatments including Permanent Makeup Removals and Corrections meet Dubai Municipality and Ministry of Health regulations and are performed to the highest industry standards using the best machines and equipment from LCAS Medical Centre.

Very effective

Removes pigment in a gentle way with the best industry results.

Natural method

Unwanted pigment is naturally expelled from the skin over several weeks.

Best equipment

We only use the best equipment available for industry-leading results.

30+ years of experience

We are expert international Micropigmentation specialists with 30+ years’ international experience.

The Process of Permanent Makeup Removal

100% pigment removal

We see excellent results from this procedure. In most cases, we see 100% removal of a badly performed permanent makeup or semi permanent makeup procedure.

Permanent makeup removal requires a course of treatments spaced 4 to 8 weeks apart. This allows the treated area to fully heal between sessions.

Safe for delicate areas on the face

Permanent makeup removal is an essential procedure for anyone who is not happy with their permanent makeup treatment.

Pigments that turn blue or green

People contact us in a desperate state, not knowing what to do with their new eyebrows that have turned green or blue.

Pigment turning blue and green usually points to cheaper body tattoo inks being used. Unfortunately, cheap body tattoo inks change colour over time, the same as a body tattoo. This usually happens when someone who is not trained correctly has performed semi permanent makeup with a body art tattoo machine and cheaper pigments. This fuels the horror stories we have all heard about.

In addition to incorrect pigments and application, often the shape or position is wrong and the pigment has been implanted too deep in the skin resulting in a permanent tattoo.

We can remove and correct

Candice Watson and Exclusive Aesthetic are experts at removing pigment from either a poorly performed semi permanent makeup treatment.

We are also able to partly remove, correct the shape, positioning and alignment to achieve the look you originally wanted.

Aftercare

Permanent makeup removal sessions cause irritation and swelling to the treatment area. In some cases there may also be redness, however, this will subside very quickly.

Normal activities may resume immediately following the procedure. You will be given aftercare instructions at your treatment appointment.

You will be given aftercare instructions at your treatment appointment. Aftercare should be adhered to carefully to ensure the best results.

Industry Expert Candice Watson

Candice Watson Micropigmentation Experts Dubai Middle East Exclusive Aesthetic

30+ Years Experience

Candice Watson is one of the best in the world of micropigmentation offering industry-leading procedures and training in Dubai and the Middle East.

UAE Business Awards Winner

Award-Winning 5-Star Service Micropigmentation Experts Dubai Middle East Exclusive Aesthetic

Award Winners

We are proud to announce Exclusive Aesthetic are UAE Business Award winners for two consecutive years.

Our UAE awards include Best Specialist, Best Trainers and Best Scalp.

What our clients say

My eyebrows turned green after having a cheap semi permanent makeup treatment on my eyebrows. Over several sessions Candice removed the green pigment and aplied new and the correct colour pigment to the shape I wanted.

Ellie

Dubai

I researched online and Candice and the Rejuvi method was the obvious choice for my poorly done lip line treatment. Candice removed the existing lip line which went too far past my original lip line. Candice then aplied a more natural looking lip line which I am very happy with.

Audrey

Abu Dhabi

Rejuvi or Laser

Know the facts about both to make an informed decision

Rejuvi method of pigment removal

The Rejuvi method of pigment removal was developed over 15 years ago and was quickly adopted by micropigmentation specialists as the preferred removal method for poorly performed semi permanent makeup procedures, body art tattoos and medical micropigmentation procedures.

The removals process uses pharmaceutical micropigmentation machines and needles to implant the Rejuvi cream. Once implanted the Rejuvi cream attaches and captures the pigment particles within the skin, a little like a magnet, and mixes itself with the pigment.

The pigment and cream mixture is then naturally expelled from the skin the same as any other foreign body. The expelled cream and pigment forms a hard crust over the removals area which over the course of several weeks after, falls away taking the pigment contained within the cream with it.

When the pigment removals course is complete the skin will have redness for some weeks and will then the area will become lighter than the surrounding skin. This is purely due to the treated area being new fresh skin and needs time to acclimatise and adjust to the skins natural state which can take a few months. 

Although we believe Rejuvi to be the very best and most effective method of permanent makeup removal there is a minimal risk of scarring. Following the simple aftercare instructions will minimise any risk.

Rejuvi tattoo removal method is NOT a home method and MUST be performed in a medical clinic by a specially trained professional who is trained in permanent makeup removal and the Rejuvi method.

Thinking of laser removal?

If you are tempted or have been advised to have laser removals for permanent makeup THEN DON’T!

We have seen many cases where laser removal has pushed the pigment deeper in the skin and spread the pigment instead of removing it which often looks far worse than it did originally.

In some cases, laser removal pushed the pigment down deeper in the skin to a level where removals are not possible, even with our system.

If you are thinking about laser for removing or correcting a semi permanent makeup procedure, then please contact us so we can give you essential information so you can make an informed decision. We would sooner you know the facts and make an informed decision than being reminded every day of a bad decision.

Useful information

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Training courses

Candice now offers several micropigmentation training courses in Dubai including Semi Permanent Makeup, Eyebrow Microblading, Medical Micropigmentation and Hair & Scalp Micropigmentation.

Training is provided through our sister company Exclusive Aesthetics Technical and Occupational Skills Training at various locations in Dubai and around the Middle East.

Appointments

Dubai appointments available Sunday through Thursday 9am to 6pm at the London Centre for Aesthetic Surgery (LCAS), Healthcare City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. For UK Harley Street appointments please contact us.

Licensing

All Dubai procedures are performed under the licence of the London Centre for Aesthetic Surgery (LCAS), Healthcare City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates and conform to the highest medical standards.