What is Laser Tattoo Removal?
This is a specialized laser treatment that harnesses the power of light energy delivered past the surface of skin. The laser tattoo removal technology works to emit rapid pulses of light energy to the skin where it is absorbed by the tattoo ink. As a result, the ink is broken up into tiny particles. The tiny ink particles are then removed from the body through a natural filtering process. Results offer a smooth and clear complexion that is tattoo- free. This is a safe, quick, and highly-effective remedy with no required downtime necessary following your session.
What to Expect
Prior to beginning your session, a numbing topical is applied to the targeted area to ensure optimal comfort throughout the process. During treatment, the laser device is held to the targeted area. The laser then works to delivers short, rapid, and high-intensity pulses of light with precision into the skin. The quick light pulses and the short wavelength combination allows for maximum efficiency while preserving the surrounding tissue. The energy is absorbed by the tattoo ink and breaks the ink into tiny particles. The tattoo particles are then naturally filtered out of the body.
The laser is effective at treating a variety of ink colors. Most tattoos require multiple sessions depending on the size, amount, and color of the tattoo. 4 to 6 treatments are typically recommended to achieve the best possible result. In most cases, laser tattoo removal considerably improves the appearance of skin.
Who is a Candidate?
If you have changed your mind about your tattoo, you could benefit from laser tattoo removal. If you are searching for a solution for achieving a clear and smooth complexion once again, you could also qualify as a candidate for treatments.
If you are interested in learning more about how laser tattoo removal works, reach out to the professionals here at Texas Laser and Aesthetics Academy located in Austin, TX. Contact us today and schedule your consultation towards the clear complexion you desire.
Starting at $50