tattoo removal

*Recovery times / Results May Vary

While tattoos are considered a permanent piece of art for somebody, some are still looking for ways to get rid of them for random reasons. Anyone with a dream of getting tattoos might have to go over their thought whether they would really like them to be on their skin permanently or not. Someone might have got one when they were younger, where variety of cultural and physical lifestyles have changed and influence the decision to remove them off whether it be to get a job where tattoos are prohibited, especially among Asian countries.


In old days, methods of tattoo removal including sanding down the areas, dermabrasion, trimming inked skin off and possibly skin grafting or excision may be used occasionally due to the lack of development in advance technologies.


In these new age of technologies world, tattoos are no longer considered permanent and irreversible designs or marks on the skin anymore, as dermatologists can safely remove unwanted tattoo as you wish by only a wink of your eyes. Laser procedures are the most common and effective method for erasing tattoo on the skin nowadays as the use of laser pulses became the standard method for most of the leading aesthetic centers these days.


Before going under a procedure, you might be recommended an oral pain killer, anesthetic cream or an injectable local anesthetic to ease the pain. Tattoo removal laser is most commonly performed using a light pulse that break down the ink particles in the tattoos; and typically, black and darker-colored inks will require fewer sessions of treatment. The inks that have been broken down by the pulse will later then absorbed by the body naturally and without unfavorable effect, mimicking the natural fading that time would create.


With advance in lasers and better medical methods, scarring has become very rare. Hence the post laser effects that you will definitely have to interfere are some blistering and swelling, whilst will later go away after 2 weeks in approximate depends on how well you take care of the wound.