1. How many treatments does it take to remove a tattoo?
Everyone is as unique as their tattoos, but most professional tattoos require 5-10 treatments. Homemade tattoos usually require less. Laser Tattoo Removal Machine treatment is 4-6 weeks apart. The number of treatments depends on many factors, such as:
1. The amount of ink used
2. The depth of the ink is placed on the skin
3. Type of ink used
5. Age of tattoo
6. The color used
2. Can I return the treatment plan early?
Unfortunately, no, the time between treatments is set, so your tattoo can heal normally and your body has enough time to naturally rinse the tattoo ink. The results after treatment are not always immediate. The body slowly breaks down the ink and usually takes weeks to see the complete result, coming from treatment.
3. Is this process painful?
Most customers compare pain to the pain of a tattoo and spend much less time than tattoo removal. Depending on the size of the tattoo, most laser treatments usually take only a few minutes. All laser treatments are accompanied by the Zimmer Cryo Chiller application.
4. Will I leave scars?
No. When using the Q Switched ND YAG Laser Machine and following the “follow-up instructions” provided, there are few or no scars in this procedure.
5. Are all the colors of the ink the same?
No. Black and red inks are the easiest to remove, while light green and light blue are the hardest. These blues and greens can sometimes take more treatment than other colors. In some cases, these colors cannot be completely removed.
6. Will the tattoo be completely removed?
In most cases, yes. However, due to all unregulated tattoo inks on the market, complete removal is sometimes difficult to predict. F.D.A. There are no standard tattoo inks and many tattoo ink manufacturers and artists make and mix their own inks. Sometimes these mixtures contain metals and other foreign additives. These unknowns are why 100% removal is difficult to predict or promise.
7. What are the common side effects of laser tattoo removal?
Q Switched Laser Tattoo Removal Machine, the side effects that patients may experience are short-term but worth mentioning. The skin may be red, swollen, or blisters. Blisters can become very large and sometimes cover the entire tattoo. These blisters are superficial and will heal very well, but may feel uncomfortable within a few days.