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face and body laser

specifically configured to work on permanent makeup


How many sessions will it take to remove my tattoo?

The answer to this depends upon a multitude of factors, including the level of professionalism exhibited during the tattoo process, the quality of the ink used, where it is located on the body and the efficiency of your lymphatic system.

Permanent makeup also takes into account these factors. However, given its 'usual' superficial implantation and proximity to lymph nodes, a notably reduced number of sessions will be required. Warmer colours can also be removed alongside scalp micropigmentation.


Can a tattoo be fully removed?

During your consultation, we will thoroughly discuss your desired outcome. While complete removal is achievable in most cases, it is essential to recognise that a laser isn't a magic wand and has limitations.


Partial removal or achieving a sufficiently faded level for covering purposes are also viable options that can be explored.


How painful is laser tattoo removal?

The discomfort experienced during the procedure is comparable to that of the initial tattoo application. To alleviate any discomfort, a cooling pack can be applied both before and during the treatment. Following the procedure, it typically takes 24 hours for the treated skin to develop a protective barrier.


How does laser tattoo removal work?

The Q-switched Laser delivers precise bursts of high-intensity laser beam, targeting specific wavelengths at rapid speeds. These pulses are selectively absorbed by pigments or ink molecules in the skin, causing them to shatter into minuscule particles. Over subsequent weeks, the body's macrophages absorb and break down the shattered particles, which are subsequently eliminated through the immune system. The laser is meticulously engineered to effectively target the intended area while preserving the integrity of surrounding tissues.

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