Reduced appearance of an unwanted tattoo
Tattoo removal is a cosmetic procedure that uses a series of treatment sessions to dramatically reduce, or remove an unwanted tattoo.
Tattoos can become regrettable for a number of reasons. A person may realise their mistake immediately after an impromptu decision, decide that as they’ve matured it doesn’t fit with their up-to-date style or the tattoo artist didn’t do the job as well as expected.
At The Facebible this procedure is carried out using a laser.
The amount of sessions that are required will depend on the size and colouring of the tattoo, and will be established at a one-to-one consultation.
Each treatment will involve a laser being applied directly to the inking on the skin surface, penetrating the skin at the required depth. The laser is designed to target the pigment, which is broken down gradually so that it is absorbed by the body and naturally flushed out through the lymphatic system.
It is important to realise that in some cases a tattoo cannot always be completely removed, as some inks will not fade as efficiently as others. But in these instances, the laser can work to ensure that its appearance is significantly reduced. By eliminating the ink from the skin cells, it will help to restore the skin to a more even and natural tone.
The skin may become sensitive following the procedure and our practitioners will ensure they give each patient substantial skincare advice, which may include avoiding exposure to the sun.
A person who is suitable for tattoo removal will have an unwanted tattoo on their face or body. It can be any shape or size, and most ink colours are able to achieve a significant reduction in appearance. Your concerns will be assessed at a one-to-one consultation.
This treatment is considered a safe and efficient way to remove the appearance of an unwanted tattoo. By assessing your general health and medical history at the consultation, it will help to ensure your overall well-being.
The application of a laser may produce a sensation on the skin that feels similar to the snapping of an elastic band. You will have the opportunity to discuss the use of a numbing cream with your practitioner, prior to the procedure.
Most people find that a laser treatment to remove a tattoo causes the skin to look red and swollen for around 24 hours. The skin may also feel sensitive to the sun, and in some cases, crusts on the skin may develop.
For tattoos that are particularly large or dark in colour, up to 10 treatment sessions may be required. Your practitioner will advise at the consultation how many procedures will be required to remove your tattoo.
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