Ready to get your tattoo removed?Here’s what you need to know?

It turns out that 24% of people with tattoos regret getting them – and one in seven of them wants them removed.
For example, Liam Hemsworth’s latest ink comes in the form of a can of Vegemite on his ankle.Let’s say he realizes that yes, it’s actually not the best idea, and he’s ready to remove it.Well, Mr. Chris Hemsworth 2.0, dear reader, we are here to help.
While no, tattoo removal doesn’t completely erase the past, but they make your old ink look less noticeable and are perfect for those looking to get a cover tattoo later.
Complete tattoo removal is possible with a well-trained therapist, quality machines, keeping yourself accountable by eating well, staying hydrated, avoiding alcohol, smoking, and completing regular exercise.
Laser technology is very important in removing tattoos, and the chances of complete tattoo removal with the 450Ps picosecond machine are greater, especially for more difficult colored tattoos.This machine has 4 TRUE lasers, 532/1064nm for black/darker ink colors, 532nm for red/yellow/orange shades and 650nm+585nm for blue/green pigments.Just as a tattoo artist mixes different colors of paint to create certain colors, lasers of certain colors are necessary to remove these paint combinations.
The picosecond laser is fired at one trillionth of a second, and the ultra-short burst of energy is like a rock being smashed with the particles in the middle, thus shattering the tattoo pigment into very small particles, making it easier for macrophages to attach and Move the particles to your lymph nodes, which is how your body actually removes the tattoo ink, and then you’ll sweat and urinate for the next few weeks.
The tattoo can hurt in and out, but with a little care, it’s bearable.To make the procedure as comfortable as possible, we offer a medical grade numbing cream and medical cooling system to be applied to the area throughout the treatment.The first three sessions are usually the most uncomfortable, and this is when we treat most of the upper layers of skin pigmentation.
Tattoos are easier to remove if treated within the first three years after the tattoo, and they can begin the removal process once the skin is fully healed from 6 weeks to 3 months.
No one wants to remove a tattoo, just leave the same ugly stuff behind.With the correct technique and an experienced tattoo removal therapist, the skin and surrounding skin will remain unharmed and healthy.Using picosecond technology is another advantage here because it uses photoacoustic technology to cause vibrations in the skin instead of just using heat, it fires very fast, not much heat remains in the skin, which means that Any adverse effects are less likely (PIHP).
We end all of our tattoo removal treatments by using a fractionation handpiece, which creates channels within the skin, allowing more space for the fluid to go deeper around the treated area (prevents blistering), breaking down raised areas (scar tissue that forms when tattooing) ) and in some cases regenerates the skin, which actually looks healthier than it did before the treatment started.
Some of the side effects of tattoo removal are redness, burning, discomfort, tenderness, swelling, blistering, crusting, dry skin, itching as the area begins to heal.Some clients may even feel lethargic for a day or two after treatment, as the body begins to expel tattoo particles through the lymphatic system.
The number of sessions required varies from person to person, some factors to consider are the type of tattoo (professional, amateur or cosmetic), where the tattoo is located on the body i.e. the farther away from the heart, the more treatment (feet) because of your lymphatic Liquid needs to defy gravity to move these particles, color, age, and overall health and lifestyle of the client.
I always recommend massaging the area daily in the shower when fully healed or better, and lymphatic massage two weeks after removal surgery.This will help relieve any stagnant lymph and allow your body to flush out these particles as quickly as possible.
While they may just want their tattoos to go away, we need to be careful not to damage the skin and to give the body time to remove the toxins because that’s what it is after all, so patience is key.

Post time: Jun-02-2022