Yes, you can have permanent makeup removed if you wish, but removing permanent makeup is a procedure that is very rarely requested and is not easy. If you wish, a laser can remove permanent makeup. Choosing the right technician initially, and taking the time to communicate with them, so you and the technician can decide what’s right for you, will alleviate the necessity of having permanent makeup removed.
During the healing process of permanent makeup / microblading (eyebrow procedure with the powdered look, hairstrokes, or eyeliner and lip color) face creams are not a problem to use if you stay away from the area of the procedure. You need to wait to use any exfoliating and facial creams until the procedure area is completely healed. Even after the area has healed, the exfoliating creams such as Retin A, Glycolactic, etc., should be kept away from your permanent makeup / microblading as much as possible. The cream will not hurt the area, but long-time use may cause premature fading