Botched Ink® Removal Method

Do I need training to use Botched Ink® ?

Botched Ink® is a professional saline tattoo removal product, if you have existing saline tattoo removal training check your insurance will cover you when using different saline based products.  From an insurance point of view, the onus is on a technician to prove, in the event of any claim, that even though brand specific training is available, they deemed it as not being required

The Botched Ink® removal method

Botched Ink® is a gentle yet concentrated hypertonic saline solution. When it's implanted into skin the area quickly dries out. If skin contains tattoo pigment this will dry out too, lifting and removing the pigment during the skins natural healing process

Botched Ink® Instructions (leaflet provided with sachets)

1. Trolley set up. One Botched Ink® sachet is one treatment
2. Apply numbing cream 30 to 40 minutes
3. Consultation & complete client forms
4. Set up trolley with only the items used during a treatment
5. Position client according to work flow & gravity
6. Dip needle into Botched Ink®
7. Working 1cm at a time, open the area using skin needling 
8. Blot bleeding using dry cotton pad
9. Start 10min Botched Ink® soak on each 1cm area 
10. Re-dip needle in Botched Ink® as required
11. After 1 full pass: blot, soak & fan area until bleeding stops
12. Ensure last area treated soaked for 10 minutes
13. Trolley breakdown & disinfection
14. Blot treated area again to ensure no secretions
15. Client must keep area completely dry for 48 hours
16. Healing area must be treated gently while scab attached
17. Book client in for next treatment after 8 weeks

The is a guide to using Botched Ink®.  If a trained technician is unsure, or needs further clarification, then further training is required before using Botched Ink®.  Botched Ink® training is available

Botched Ink® Training

  • Worldwide (non-UK) technicians - Book Here 
  • UK Existing Non-Laser Removal Certificate - Book Here
  • UK New to Removal - Book Here (incl. demo & practical)