There are so many reasons to want to remove a tattoo! Sometimes it's a reminder of something you regret, while sometimes it's not done in the way you originally wanted. And we can't forget a tattoo placed inconveniently in the way of a larger tattoo you didn't know you wanted at the time! Whatever the reason we have the solution. Laser tattoo removal is done by certified professionals with tattooing backgrounds and tattoos on our own bodies. We know what goes into the application process, and with that understanding comes better knowledge as to how to remove a tattoo, making it either disappear or give way to something new and better! Most tattoos can be entirely removed using our lasers. We'll be open with you about what level of removal is most suited to you and the steps to getting there, based on the specific characteristics of your existing tattoo and your desired goal.
State-of-the-art Laser Technology
Using 3-wavelength laser technology to safely remove or fade unwanted tattoos, laser removal causes the ink pigments to break down into much smaller particles, allowing the body to digest them through it's natural filtration system. Our laser will allows us to remove any color of a tattoo, anywhere on the body! We have a Zimmer cooler for our clients which aids in keeping your skin cool and comfortable through out the process!
Treatments & Sessions
A laser treatment session usually doesn’t take long, depending on the size of the tattoo, complexity, and color(s). You can expect this fading process to take multiple sessions, keeping in mind that the depth, ink color, and amount of ink as well as the location of the tattoo are all determining factors in how quickly we will be able to get your tattoo faded or removed.
Once the ink is broken down by the laser, your body responds by moving fluid to the area to help flush away the ink. This immune response will be obvious in the form of some swelling and redness in the area. Over the next few weeks the ink will be flushed away as your body moves the broken down particles through your immune system. This doesn’t happen overnight which is why tattoo removal takes a number of sessions.