There are many different types of tattoos, which are just as varied as the graphics.
While many think instantly of the decorative kind, professional or amateur, others opt for medical tattoos. This tends to be the case for those who have suffered with cancer and have lost their hair and eyebrows as a result of chemotherapy, but also areola tattooing is increasingly in demand.
When a tattoo does not reflect the desired result, the impact can be devastating.
Increasingly many of those who have had tattoos, regret their decision and decide to have them removed, and unfortunately with ink pigment, especially coloured ink, this can be a long tedious process with variable degrees of success.
Over the years there have been many techniques adopted to remove tattoos, including surgical excision, bleaching agents and even tattooing over the original in a nude-coloured ink. All of these techniques have had different success rates.
The Aesthetic Skin Clinic has treated a vast number of tattoos, of varying size, shape and colour. The pigment in the tattoo’s ink attracts the light energy transmitted by the laser, which then turns into heat energy. Obliterating the ink particles, the Q Switched laser effectively reduces the appearance of the tattoo over a period of sessions.
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