Skin After Laser Tattoo Removal
Tattoo removal is a procedure done to try to remove an unwanted tattoo. However anyone seeking tattoo removal treatments should be aware that there are many factors which will determine the final results of laser tattoo removal treatments. You may experience some redness or swelling, and rarely blistering, after laser tattoo removal. Not knowing which tattoo ink, how deep, or how much was used makes it impossible to predict the degree of removal on any given tattoo.
Laser tattoo removal is the latest advancement in tattoo removal treatment designed to completely eliminate unwanted tattoos in a non-invasive modern way, without leaving scars or un-pigmented areas of skin behind. No matter what tattoo color or skin type, our leading-edge technology makes tattoo fading & removal easier (and faster) than ever. National report – Although picosecond lasers have changed the tattoo-removal game, older technologies such as Q-switched lasers remain very valuable players, experts say.
A: The laser emits a highly focused beam of laser light which passes, harmlessly, through the outer layer of the skin and is absorbed primarily by the tattoo ink or the excess pigment within the lesion. The removal procedure requires using the correct type of laser, understanding the reaction of tissue to laser, and knowing how to treat the area after the procedure.