Tattoo removal

How Long Does Laser Tattoo Removal Take?

You thought you’d love that tattoo of your favorite band for life. Or maybe you believed that you’d always love the finger tattoo trend. But over time, your love for your tattoo turned sour - and now you’re ready to kiss that Incubus tattoo goodbye once and for all. That’s why you’re interested in undergoing laser tattoo removal. You know laser tattoo removal is one of the best ways to reclaim your skin from that tattoo you got in Vegas or the tattoo of your ex’s name. But when it comes down to it, exactly how long does laser tattoo removal take to deliver results? Laser Tattoo Removal: When to Expect Results Laser tattoo removal is not a straightforward process; in fact, most patients may not see their tattoos removed until a year after that first treatment. Here’s why: Laser tattoo removal uses a special type of laser that breaks down colored pigment located within the dermal tissue. While this laser treatment isn’t painful, it does require some healing time [...]

2019-12-18T05:43:16+00:00 October 24th, 2019|Body treatments, Cosmetic, Tattoo removal|

Is Laser Tattoo Removal Painful?

Laser tattoo removal allows you to remove or revise that unwanted tattoo without residual scarring. So, is it painful? The short answer is, it can be. In general, you can expect the removal process to be more comfortable than getting your initial tattoo. In fact, most patients say it hurts much less than expected. Laser Skin Care Center uses advanced technology to remove your black or multi-colored tattoos with minimal discomfort during or after treatment. Let’s take a closer look. How Long Does Treatment Take? Some factors that affect the speed of removal include your skin type, tattoo’s location, ink colors, and whether there is any layering or scarring. Prior to treatment, a topical numbing cream will be applied to keep you comfortable throughout your session. In most cases, you can expect to be in and out of the office within the hour. Laser Skin Care Center uses Q-switching Alexandrite lasers because they precisely target tissue while leaving the surrounding area undamaged. Q-switching refers to the technique of producing a high-intensity laser [...]

2019-12-17T14:05:11+00:00 October 15th, 2019|Body treatments, Cosmetic, Tattoo removal|


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