laser tattoo removal

laser tattoo removal is a medical procedure that uses laser technology to remove tattoos from the skin. the procedure involves the use of high-energy lasers that break down the ink particles in the tattoo and allow the body’s natural healing process to remove them.

those who are pregnant or nursing

those who have certain medical conditions such as keloid scars, diabetes, or hiv

those who have recently had a sunburn or tan

the procedure is usually done in a doctor's office or clinic and takes anywhere from a few minutes to an hour, depending on the size and complexity of the tattoo.

the area is cleaned and numbed with a local anaesthetic.

the laser is then used to break down the ink particles in the tattoo.

multiple treatments may be necessary to fully remove the tattoo.

the recovery period for laser tattoo removal is generally short, with most people returning to their normal activities within a few days.

the treated area may be red and swollen for a few days and may also blister or scab.

it is important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by the doctor to minimize the risk of infection and help the healing process

laser tattoo removal is generally safe, but there are some risks and complications that can occur. these may include:



changes in skin colour or texture

pain or discomfort

allergic reactions to the laser or anaesthetic.