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What Is The Tattoo
Removal Treatment?

Tattoo removal is a non-invasive procedure to get rid of an undesired tattoo. It is used to remove permanent tattoos from any part of the body safely.

All the colours of the tattoo ink are removed in a pain-free and advanced tattoo removal procedure, Q-Switched by shattering pigment particles deep beneath the skin, allowing your immune system to scavenge and eliminate the pigment. Consequently, as the tattoo fades in layers, multiple sessions are required for optimum results.

For simple tattoo removal, 4-6 sessions are recommended. Q switched-Nd: YAG is the most frequently used laser for tattoo removal.

During the treatment, pulses of light from the laser are directed onto the tattoo, breaking up the tattoo pigment. Over the next several weeks, the body’s cells remove the tattoo’s ink from the skin. With the Q-switched Nd-YAG laser available, you can effectively treat dark tattoo inks, specifically black (which accounts for more than half of all tattoos), blue and green. Patients should expect to visit for several laser tattoo removal sessions to achieve desired results.

During your tattoo removal consultation, discuss your desired tattoo removal goals, any underlying medical conditions, drug allergies and treatments, current medications, vitamins, herbal supplements, alcohol, tobacco use, and previous surgeries. Photographs will be taken to record the tattoo removal progress, and your treating doctor will discuss the options and recommend a course of treatment for you. You will be adequately informed of the precautions and post instructions in detail, and still, if you have any queries, you can ask your treating doctor.
Topical Anesthesia is applied. The Laser shots are then fired onto the area as per the colour of the pigment. The laser light targets the pigment in the ink that causes photo acoustic fragmentation of the ink particles. These particles are removed by phagocytes and drained out of the body via the lymphatic system. After the procedure, you may find some redness, swelling, and white fragments; we assure you that this is entirely normal and indicates the treatment has picked up the ink. The area then develops some scabbing and takes about a week to heal. Post-inflammatory cream is applied post-procedure.
Benefits and Results


Effective fading and removal of tattoos Advanced technology rendering fast results
Can remove specific or the entire tattoos Suitable for all skin types
Safe and effective procedure Recovery time is minimal.
Permanent procedure  

Effective fading and removal of tattoos
Can remove specific or the entire tattoos
Advanced technology rendering fast results
Suitable for all skin types
The procedure that is both safe and effective
Recovery time is minimal
Permanent procedure

Results: Minimum 6 to 10 treatments, every 4 to 6 weeks.

Treatment Procedure

Application of topical anesthesia to minimize any discomfort

Delivering of the shots via a Q switch tattoo removal machine

Post procedure cream application

Dressing is done of the treated area

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Synopsis of treatment

Procedure Time - As Per The Size

Anesthesia - Topical Only

Duration of Results - Long Lasting

Male or female - Both

Healing Time - Maximum 2 Eeeks

Risks & Complications - Redness, Irritation, Swelling, Pinpoint Bleeding

Back to Work - Next Day Estimated

Number of Treatments-6-15 Sessions

Suitable for - Anyone With a Tattoo



Treatment FAQ’s

Is Laser Tattoo Removal Safe?

Yes! During laser tattoo removal, the laser operates in short, a fraction of a second burst, targeted only at your tattoo. It does not affect the surrounding skin.

Will Laser Tattoo Removal Scar Me?

No! Laser tattoo removal should not scar you. Instead of forcing ink through the skin, it breaks it down so your immune system can attack and pull it out through your lymphatic system.

Will Laser Tattoo Removal Burn Me?

No! We use only the latest, most advanced lasers that are much gentler and pass freely through the skin without burning. We do not use older type lasers that can burn skin.

How Many Sessions Are Required?

You may need several treatments before the tattoo fades enough to be no longer seen. The number of sessions depends on the tattoo complexity, ink type, colours used, tattoo depth, tattoo age and the client’s skin colour.

6-15 laser tattoo removal sessions may be required before the tattoo fades. Session times vary depending on the size and complexity of the tattoo and patient sensitivity.

How Long Do I Have to Wait Between My Treatments?

You will have to wait for 3 to 5 weeks between your treatments. This time is essential for the treated area to heal and remove ink particles.

Are Results Noticeable After Each Laser Tattoo Removal Session?

Yes, you will notice lightning after each treatment. In some cases, you might also see an immediate darkening of the tattoo, which begins to fade two weeks post-session.

Can You Remove a Multi-Coloured Tattoo?

Most colours can be removed with laser tattoo removal. Black, dark blue and red tattoos respond well to laser removal. More difficult tattoo colours to remove are white, yellow, purple and pink, but they are easier to cover up. Green is the most challenging tattoo colour to remove. Laser Treatments uses an advanced laser that is good for most colours giving you the best results possible.

What Should I Do Before My Treatment?

• Sun exposure should be avoided one week before the treatment, as it reduces the effectiveness of laser treatment.

• Area to be treated must be clean and free of any lotion, makeup, and sunscreen.

• Waxing and other depilatories must be avoided in the treatment area for five days before the treatment to prevent skin sensitivity.

• If there is dark or prevalent fine hair (Peach fuzz) In the treatment area, you must shave the hair 12-24 hours before your appointment.

• During your treatments, notify our Team of any changes to your medical history, health status or personal activity that might be relevant to the treatment.

What Guidelines Do I Need to Follow During My Ongoing Treatment?

During the 1st 24 hours, avoid any strenuous activity. Apply an ice pack as often as you can. Use the post-procedure cream given to you. Don’t pick on the scabs. Avoid swimming /steam/sauna post-procedure till healing is complete.

What Are the Risks and Complications?

Post Procedure, you can have some redness, irritation, swelling and pinpoint bleeding.

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