The Laser Treatment Clinics Guide To Laser Tattoo Removal

Posted on 06 Apr, 2017

This week our, ‘Guide To’ series will be looking at everything you need to know about laser tattoo removal and semi-permanent make-up removal.
A treatment that has become more popular over the past few years, laser tattoo removal treatments safely and painlessly remove unwanted or faded tattoos and semi-permanent make-up removal.

Here is everything you need to know before you consider tattoo removal treatments:

How Does It Work?

We use a laser beam that penetrates into the skin to break up the ink particles and causes the tattoo to fade. After the treatment, the body’s immune system should then remove these pigments over time.

The beauty with the laser treatment is that laser only targets the pigmented skin leaving the un-inked skin virtually unharmed.

What To Expect?

At The Laser Treatment Clinic, we use a cutting edge advanced Nd Yag Laser to treat the tattooed area. Once this treatment is complete we use our range of advanced marine skincare.

The laser treatment leaves you with lasting results, clear and healthy skin as well as removing your tattoo for good. The procedure is virtually painless, professionally done and safely treated.

It can be said that these treatments work better on black coloured tattoos as opposed to multi-coloured body artwork which the laser finds harder to treat.

You should also realise that the location and size of the artwork do matter. Areas of poor circulation can leave poorer results on the skin which is something to consider if you are planning a new tattoo.

Once you have finished the treatment you might see blisters, swelling and redness around the tattooed area but this is a normal part of the treatment process as the skin needs time to heal.

What To Do Now?

Once you have read the blog post, understand what the procedure entails and how it works it is time to book in for your free consultation. This will be where you can ask any questions, voice any queries and meet the people that will be treating you.

You will also be given a patch test to make sure that your skin doesn’t react badly to the laser. Once this is complete you can put a place in place for removing your tattoo over the coming months.

Visit The Laser Treatment Clinic to find out more.