Laser tattoo removal
As the light energy is directed into your skin, it is selectively absorbed by the tattoo ink particles trapped in the dermis of your skin. … Once the laser has broken the ink into smaller pieces, your body’s immune system works to remove the ink over the following weeks by flushing it away from the tattooed area.
Green is the hardest color to remove followed by light blue. Neon colors are also incredibly difficult to remove, and typically require multiple treatments. As a general rule, the greater the contrast between the color of the tattoo pigment and your skin, the better the result.
Drink plenty of water
Your immune system needs proper hydration in order to work efficiently, but water can help to speed up the tattoo removal process in a wide variety of ways. It increases your kidney function, allowing them to flush out toxins such as broken-down ink more quickly.
- the risk of scarring or fibrosis was reduced to a minimum (<1%)
- contains no TCA (trichloroacetic acid)
- contains no carcinogenic ingredients
- removes ALL colors, also beige, green and white
- removes ALL pigment types (iron oxides, acrylics, synthetic pigments, even ink)
- fast and painless treatment
- high efficiency, fast visible results
- no destruction of hair roots
- no inflammation
- no hyper- or hypopigmentation risk
- no loss of suntanning ability
- notified cosmetic product (for professional use)
- the tattoo age does not matter
What results can be expected?
Clients’ expectations of tattoo removal are often very high. They think tattoos can be removed in every size and location so that the skin looks the same as before the tattooing. This expectation cannot be guaranteed by any tattoo removal method. A scar-free tattoo removal cannot be guaranteed. It depends far more on the individual’s skin ability to regenerate itself.